Punchestown Sat, 14th Nov, 2020
Daly Tiger He struggled all last season with a tooth. We didn't know what it was and he went to the vets several times, eventually they had to take a tooth out as he had an abscess under it. That's what was probably annoying him for so long. He came back and held his condition. He's actually not that long back, he doesn't take a lot of work. The worry was would he get the trip but he's got it well and went through the ground well. He was a very nice novice hurdler and that tooth obviously had been annoying him for quite some time. He's some jumper, he was brilliant. I'm not sure how far he'll get and I'm not sure where we got next.
Navan Sun, 8th Nov, 2020
Joshua Webb he was a bit unlucky last year after he won his bumper. He unseated Denis (O'Regan) here one day and had a few little hiccups here and there. I'd say he's a nice horse. He'll go on for a novice now and we'll see what way the handicapper rates him. He'll come on a bit from the run as he only had one piece of work. He made a mistake at the second last which didn't help but he was great at the last which was the one we needed.
Naas Sat, 7th Nov, 2020
De Name Escapes Me He deserved to win a good pot on the Flat and he came from a long way back in the Cesarewitch. He’s held his form well and the plan was to be a bit closer to the pace today,. He’s very high over hurdles and I presume he’ll have a crack at another chase somewhere. We’ll probably freshen him up and find something around Christmas time. He’s a bit cowardly over fences, and he shows a lot of class on the Flat that he doesn’t show over jumps. I thought he had a big chance at Newbury a few years ago and he was gone after the first.
Fairyhouse Tue, 3rd Nov, 2020
Jeff Kidder You'd have to say he deserved that. I thought he was going to get done again because he got locked in. He handled the ground reasonably well, I was a bit worried he mightn't, but Sean said he did. He stays well. I'm sure when he goes back next season on to the Flat there will be races to be won with him over two miles. We'll tip along and see where we go next. His jumping needs to improve a little bit. Colin Keane loves him even though he's lowly enough rated. He fights for you and jockeys like a horse that keeps trying for you. I'm delighted to win with him and hopefully he can win again.