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Indian Danehill (IRE)
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Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer T M Walsh
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
The superscript number on headgear bl2 indicates number of times worn. A plus bl+ indicates more than 10 times where as red background bl1indicates first time.
Reports in which Kildorrery (IRE) was mentioned
Judgement Day, under Rachael Blackmore, completed a four-timer over fences in the Betdaq Rated Novice Chase at Punchestown today as the Henry De Bromhead trained runner also completed a treble on the day for his owner Michael O'Leary's Gigginstown House Stud.
Wed 28th Nov
Cadmium is out to give the Supreme Horse Racing Club another notable success in the Betway Craddockstown Novice Chase at Punchestown on Saturday.
Sat 17th Nov
Kildorrery and Michael Stenson served up a 10/1 surprise in the beginners' chase at Punchestown.
Tue 16th Oct
Ted Walsh has more love for the town of Kildorrery than the horse of the same name he trains, but Kildorrery today managed a second career win in the Pat Doyle Memorial Maiden Hurdle at Kilbeggan, when providing Michael Stenson with a first winner as a professional jockey.
Fri 07th Sep
Kildorrery stormed home on the wide outside to land the concluding bumper at Tramore this afternoon.
Thu 14th Dec
After race at Punchestown Tue, 16th Oct, 2018 (1st)
If he just would behave himself before a race he’d be grand. You have to give lengths away at the start but if you rode him over the first couple of fences he might run himself out. He likes the ground and he jumps and has plenty of pace. He’s won his novice so he’ll come back here for the (Grade 2) Craddockstown next month (November 18). He’s a bad traveller and kicked down the box when we were taking him to Tipperary last week, so we had to turn around and come home with him. Naas, Punchestown, Fairyhouse and Leopardstown is about as far as you could travel with him!
T M Walsh
After race at Tramore Thu, 14th Dec, 2017 (1st)
He's a daft horse but he has ability. Ruby rode him in Clonmel and he galloped up on something in front of him and turned over. Then he was going to run at Thurles and he got down in the box and I had to withdraw him, and last time Ian McCarthy rode him and something whipped the legs out from underneath him at the first hurdle. He's like his old mother (Killeen Castle) but if he ever settles down he's not a bad horse. He was fourth in a point-to-point (at Oldtown) that has worked out very well.
T M Walsh