Naas Sun, 16th Oct, 2016
Renneti That's the great thing about riding for Willie Mullins. I rang him and said I had a gameplan and he said do your own thing. You saw yourself he's a bit quirky. I won a bit too far so he decided to drop me after the line. Thankfully it was after the line he did it. I was getting it so easy in front and I couldn't believe how handy they were letting me have it. I just keep filling him up and filling him up. He told me to stay on the bridle as long as I can so I kept squeezing him. I thought they were coming at me, after going so steady, but I heard nothing. I gave him a couple of flicks and then looked up at the screen. I've won far too far - I'd say I could be in trouble!. He is (Mullins) a genius to ride for. All his horses are so straightforward and try so hard.
Cork Sun, 16th Oct, 2016
New Kid In Town he didn’t jump well at Clonmel but jumped well today and got his confidence back together. I think we could try 2m6f with him again and he looked today like he would go further. His pedigree suggests like he won’t be a middle of winter horse and it’s grand that he is winning now.
Curragh Sun, 9th Oct, 2016
Laws Of Spin That was the plan - it has been the plan all season and it was great to get him in off such a low weight. He's very tough. It looked like he got headed a furlong out but he pulled it out again. It was a perfect ride from Chris. We told him to keep it simple . He's riding very well so we left it to him to do the rest of the game plan. He stays very well and might jump a hurdle but today was the plan and we haven't thought beyond this. We'll talk to the owner now. It's fantastic to win such a good race.
Gowran Park Sat, 1st Oct, 2016
Ballycasey he's a pleasure to ride and didn't stay in the Kerry National. Before that won well at Killarney and ran a cracker in the Plate. He jumped like a buck today, quickened clear off the hill and got them all at it. We thought he was very good at one stage. He's a Grade 1 winner, and we tried to make him into a three-mile horse. He doesn't stay three miles and doesn't have the pace to be a top two miler. Obviously he's a two and a half mile horse, and he's got a bit of confidence from winning.
Gowran Park Fri, 30th Sep, 2016
Airlie Beach She seems to be improving, and whether she can handle winter ground is another thing. We will look at the mares’ novice programme for her. She’s surprising us with the way she keeps pulling it out, and hopefully she’s not stopped improving.