Leopardstown Thu, 14th Jun, 2018
Scriobh Nua Again in front she's having a look around and she's still learning the trade. She has plenty of quality about her, and plenty of size, and I just said to Jim that no matter what she's doing at the moment that she's a filly that's going to keep stepping up, stepping up, all the time. The more racing she gets the better she's going to get. It's drying all the time out there and it's quick but safe ground. She has everything and you'd travel a long way to get a better looking one. We were learning on the job (in the Guineas) — nothing wrong with that. We'll go into Listed now and hopefully end up in Group races. She'll stay a bit as well — she has prospects.
Roscommon Mon, 11th Jun, 2018
Dawn Hoofer Kevin decided to ride her differently tonight, take the bull by the horns, and it worked,. It was a really good enterprising ride and he made every yard a winning post. She has always shown ability. She handled the ground as well. Ger Flynn, representing
Curragh Fri, 8th Jun, 2018
Copia Verborum I was a bit surprised that Kevin didn’t go for him initially. He’d been working nicely but I suppose he was swayed by the experience of the other fella. He came home strongly, and will be able to step up (in class). He’s got an interesting pedigree and comes from the family of Turret Rocks and Goldikova.
Leopardstown Thu, 7th Jun, 2018
Zorion six furlongs was too short (last time): he showed plenty of boot around here over seven and I saw a nice race in the Curragh over six but it didn’t work!. I always felt he was up to this grade and I’m not sure where he’ll go next but hopefully we will find something for him at the Derby meeting in the Curragh.
Gowran Park Tue, 29th May, 2018
Turret Rocks We'll keep her well entered up and hopefully there are some good days in her still,. She's entered at Royal Ascot and then we have Derby weekend after that where we could have a look at the Pretty Polly. I'd prefer a mile-and-a-half for her though.
Leopardstown Fri, 25th May, 2018
Bold Approach He's owned by Sam McCauley (chemist retailer) who lives on Rectory Road in Enniscorthy and this is his first Flat horse. I think he's a very nice horse and he's a great looker. He's easier to manage than his sire and has his guts. There are two big seven-furlong races on his agenda, the National Stakes and the Dewhurst, and whatever comes inbetween.