Wexford Fri, 7th Jul, 2017
Peregrine Run I'm thrilled with him to be honest and he has taken to fences really well. It was a different race today and they went a really good gallop but won snug enough at the end. He'll go to Galway next for the Grade 3 novice chase over two and a quarter miles. I think stepping him up in trip will definitely improve him a good bit and his best form over hurdles is over a trip as well. Fair play to Roger, he does everything with the horse and is getting a tune out of him every time. When we went to Cheltenham (in March) we gave him a few weeks off, and we came back with the aim to get a few nice runs into him and get experience for Galway. Galway was always going to be the aim and hopefully we can keep him in the same form until then. We've been very lucky with them, and the form they are after hitting in the last while. Full credit to the team at home, I was away for a while and they've kept everything going. Long may it continue and we'll enjoy it while it's lasting.
Curragh Sun, 2nd Jul, 2017
Hamley It's another winner thank-god and the first one I've been here for in a while. The two in England I didn't go over and then I was away on holidays for the last while so it's great,. I'm thrilled with the filly. When we got her her first two runs were desperate for us and she's after turning the corner on her last few runs. My horses are probably just coming in to very good form. We'll give her a little bit of time now and might chance something in Galway. She stays well and there is a mile-and-a-half or a mile-and-three handicap in Galway for her. Hopefully we can have another day out of her. Full credit to all the lads in the yard at home because between sales and being away on holidays they've done everything with the horses. I'm delighted for the syndicate. Dermot Dunne set it up and there are 20 members in it. It's great for them and it's great for racing to get a few more syndicates back going.