Fairyhouse Mon, 15th Jun, 2020
De Mazzaro He was in good form and he had plenty of work done,. We forgot to put the tongue-tie on him but it obviously didn't make much difference. It's great to get him off the mark on the Flat. He'll go back over jumps now. If we got a mile-and-six somewhere on the Flat we'd look at that but he'll stay mainly over jumps. I'd say a mile-and-a-half is plenty sharp enough for him and you're waiting for something to come and do him for a bit of toe. He was very unlucky here last year when Danny Sheehy dislocated his shoulder half a furlong down as he was tanking by them passing the line. Danny couldn't do anything on him that day and it was unfortunate. Over hurdles he kept improving throughout last year and he was very good in Galway when he won. The aim will be to go back to Galway.