Naas Sat, 4th Jul, 2020
Kassaba She's a half-sister to Kastasa but I don’t think she will be staying quite as far as her. We'll see how she comes out of the race but she's a filly you would hope to be getting black-type with at some stage during the year. She's a big filly and has grown so we weren’t in any rush with her. I'd imagine she will probably be going over ten furlongs next time. The ease in the ground certainly wasn't a hindrance to her. The second is also a nice filly. She is beautifully bred and we thought she'd run well.
Curragh Fri, 26th Jun, 2020
A Ma Chere It's nice to get a two-year-old winner. The dam was very good, she was placed in Group Ones and was a group winner herself. This is arguably the nicest produce that she's had so far, physically,. She's done it well. She was very green, I thought she was sure to win a furlong-and-a-half down but she was running all over the place. When the penny dropped you felt she was going to get there. I'd say another furlong will be appreciated in time. We'll step her up to stakes class now and see. She'll have learned an awful lot from that and she hit the line well, which is the main thing.
Leopardstown Sun, 14th Jun, 2020
Eldama She’s a nice filly. Our horses are a little bit behind because they are looking at the grass and saying that’s for eating and not necessarily for galloping on! . The Curragh has been in drought since the last week of March, so training them hasn’t been the easiest. She’s done well from two to three physically and we’ll try to get her black type. That was a mile today and I’d imagine a mile and a quarter wouldn’t be a problem as her half-sister Edelmira won the Give Thanks over a mile and a half in Cork.