Limerick Wed, 27th Dec, 2017
Monotype We tried to bully him a couple of times and it didn't suit and I said to Donie that it was bottomless and it might suit to be going that bit easier. I said to jump him off handy but to keep taking him back. He had good form on the flat but hadn't ran that often which was a little bit of a worry and he's not easy to train but thankfully he jumped that bit better today. Thanks to Gerry Hogan (bloodstock agent) for buying him and at least he's after winning now. We'll probably go for a handicap next and hopefully there won't be too much done with him after that. He seemed to just relish those testing conditions and we'll keep our feet on the ground.