Naas Sat, 11th Feb, 2017
Dylrow I’d say he would have had a few quid on him today and he’d have been in first last night at 12/1!. The boss (his late father) bought him but he never even got to see him running as he got a leg two weeks after buying him.He didn’t have a bad injury but we gave him plenty of time off and he;s a lovely horse. I was sort of kicking myself for telling him to buy him but we knew he had a bit of potential and he’ll make a smashing chaser. We’ll have a look now and see what the handicapper does and if he’s too hard on him we’ll go chasing. In fairness to the young lad (Eamonn O’Connell) he gave him a good ride.