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Avenir D'Une Vie (FR)
gr g 2010 Lavirco (GER)-Par Bonheur (FR)(Robin Des Champs (FR))
Gigginstown House Stud
Mme Karine Colson
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Reports in which Avenir D'Une Vie (FR) was mentioned
"It was a very good performance but he jumped a bit slow," was Willie Mullins' summation after Demi Sang made a winning start for his stable in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Novice Chase at Naas.
Sun 07th Jan
Footpad produced a sparkling performance to land the Grade One Racing Post Novice Chase at LeopardstownTue 26th Dec
Death Duty's surprise inclusion in the Racing Post Novice Chase field sets up a mouthwatering clash with Footpad in the feature event on the opening day of Leopardstown's Christmas Festival.
Tue 26th Dec
Of the McManus three the market pointed in the direction of Stand Up And Fight but it was Bon Papa that came to the fore to supply Barry Geraghty and the 'green and gold' with a Punchestown double in the Download The Betdaq App Beginners Chase.
Wed 29th Nov
Mossback made a winning start over fences at odds of 33/1 in the Paddy Power Fast & Convenient Phone Betting Beginners Chase at Naas.
Sat 11th Nov
Avenir D'Une Vie provided jockey Bryan Cooper with a comeback winner at Fairyhouse when impressively landing the Christmas Parties At Fairyhouse December 17th Maiden HurdleWed 16th Nov
Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown House Stud completed a first-and-last races double at Fairyhouse today as the Gordon Elliott trained Champagne Classic routed his rivals in a personal last-to-first success under jockey Jamie Codd in the concluding Racing On New Years Day Bumper.
Wed 16th Nov
Jockey Bryan Cooper made a winning return from injury at Fairyhouse today, when landing the opening Christmas Parties At Fairyhouse Maiden Hurdle on the Gigginstown House Stud owned Avenir D'Une Vie, which made a winning debut for new trainer Henry De Bromhead.
Wed 16th Nov
Alan Shearer is determined to enjoy his day as an owner regardless of how Augusta Kate gets on in today's Weatherbys Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival.
Wed 16th Mar
Willie Mullins is responsible for seven of the 25 horses at the six-day entry stage for the Weatherbys Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival next Wednesday.
Thu 10th Mar
New To This Town will take his chance in the Weatherbys Champion Bumper after being snapped up by leading owners Alan and Ann Potts.
Sun 06th Mar
A total of 32 horses have been entered for The Weatherbys Champion Bumper at Cheltenham including 14 trained in Ireland.
Wed 02nd Mar
Days Hotel registered his third victory in the Paddy Power Over 260 Shops Nationwide Chase at NaasSun 21st Feb
Willie Mullins claimed the concluding Paddy Power Clane Shop (Pro/Am) Bumper at Naas today with the Gigginstown House Stud owned Avenir D'Une Vie, under the Champion Trainer's son Patrick Mullins.
Sun 21st Feb
Felix Yonger produced a taking display when landing the feature race at Navan, the rescheduled Grade Two Kerry Group Hilly Way ChaseMon 14th Dec
Avenir D'Une Vie completed a treble on the card for Willie Mullins (earlier won with Felix Yonger and Black Hercules) and owners Gigginstown House Stud (earlier won with Whistle Dixie and Nickname Exit), as he came home an easy winner of the bumper, the 2016 Navan Race Membership INH Flat Race.
Mon 14th Dec
After race at Punchestown Sun, 10th Dec, 2017 (1st)
Andrew Lynch rode him in Naas over 2m3f and he was convinced he would have been hard to catch over two miles that day. It was unfortunate that he fell the last day but he was brilliant today. He’s in the race at Christmas at Leopardstown, and I’ll speak to the O’Leary’s and see what they would like to do. Hopefully he’s at that level.
Henry De Bromhead
After race at Fairyhouse Wed, 16th Nov, 2016 (1st)
we knew on his bumper form that he was a class horse, and he jumped really well. He coped well with that two miles but a step up in trip would not bother him and he obviously loves jumping. I’ll have to speak to Michael and Eddie (O’Leary) before deciding where he goes next.
Henry De Bromhead
After race at Navan Mon, 14th Dec, 2015 (1st)
That was good. I was fairly disappointed coming home from Punchestown the last day. He got injured last year and I was probably a bit too easy on him. I thought with the ability he had he only needed to be three quarters ready but in that ground they have to be ready. He'll stay in bumpers. We'll try and find a winners race and then, if we can, find a third one before he goes novice hurdling next year. We thought he was top drawer with what he was doing at home.
W P Mullins
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