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Reports in which Mon Lino (FR) was mentioned
Mon Lino justified strong 5/4 favouritism to win the Naas Rugby Club Handicap Chase at Naas today as the J.P. McManus owned, Paul Nolan trained gelding got off the mark over fences at the eighth attempt.
Sun 24th Feb
Gordon Elliott was the trainer to follow on day one of the Dublin Racing Festival with Apple’s Jade the highlight of a treble, and the master of Cullentra House kept up the good work at Leopardstown when taking the William Fry Handicap Hurdle with Dallas Des Pictons.
Sun 03rd Feb
Following on from his win in the feature with Midnight Stroll, Robert Tyner completed a 186/1 Cork double with Concordin in the Follow Us On Twitter Handicap Chase.
Sat 05th Jan
Barry Geraghty has opted to stay at home and ride at Navan on Saturday.
Sat 20th Jan
Red Devil Lads provided a 28/1 shock when taking the €50,000 Proudstown Handicap Hurdle for Emmet Mullins and his cousin David.
Sun 26th Nov
Gordon Elliott claimed the Ladbrokes Troytown Handicap Chase for the fourth year in succession as Mala Beach struck at NavanSun 26th Nov
On a weekend when their former good servant Shantou Flyer contests the Betfair Chase at Haydock, owner Sean O'Neill and trainer Colin Bowe could secure a Navan win with Amaulino.
Sun 26th Nov
J P McManus had a one two three in the John Mulholland Bookmakers Handicap Hurdle when Mon Lino led them home in the penultimate race at Galway for trainer Paul Nolan and jockey Donie McInerney.
Mon 30th Oct
Ballycasey put in a near-flawless round of jumping to land the Grade Three McSweeney Arms Hotel An Riocht Chase at KillarneyMon 15th May
J.P. McManus completed a Killarney festival ‘double-double’ today as his Paul Nolan trained Mon Lino was the leading owner’s fourth winner in two days at the Co Kerry venue, having landed the Killarney Racecourse Handicap Hurdle.
Mon 15th May
J P McManus and Jody McGarvey completed a Limerick double when Mon Lino (7/4 joint favourite) did the business in the 59 Euro Hospitality Packages At Limerick Racecourse Maiden Hurdle.
Sun 19th Mar
Call The Taxie gained a deserved success when claiming the Killinan Maiden Hurde at Thurles for Ellmarie Holden.
Thu 23rd Feb
It was lovely to see Jack Kennedy aboard Hardline again, cantering back after the fall they took three out in the McCarthy Insurance Group Maiden Hurdle. This second event at Cork went along expected lines with odds-on favourite Chateau Conti making all under Ruby Walsh.
Sat 07th Jan
Mossback battled gamely to make a winning debut in the concluding bumper at Limerick and give rider Evan Dwan his first success 'under rules'.
Thu 14th Apr
After race at Naas Sun, 24th Feb, 2019 (1st)
he hadn’t much bottle early on, and we said we’d switch him back over hurdles at Leopardstown and were delighted with the run. Off the back of that we said that we’d go back to a fence with him. It was an ordinary enough race today once Gordon’s horse (Elliott, Kayf Thou) came out of it, and a small field suited him. He’s not simple and hopefully he’ll just get better.
After race at Galway Mon, 30th Oct, 2017 (1st)
He is a nice progressive horse and has nice battling qualities. He is a nicely bred horse and is from the family of Don Poli,. He has his own way of jumping and young McInerney gave him a lovely ride. There's no doubt his 7lbs claim looked to be the winning of it and it was his first ride for me. This horse has grown an inch, is still only five, and will go chasing this time next year.
After race at Killarney Mon, 15th May, 2017 (1st)
the rain made a bit of a difference to him and at Fairyhouse the last day things happened a bit quick for him, and he didn't jump as well. He jumped away well today. I thought the tight track here would be a bit quick for him but they went slower today. He's a well-bred horse and hopefully he'll improve with age. It's taken a while for the penny to drop with him but in fairness he's improved with every run.
After race at Limerick Sun, 19th Mar, 2017 (1st)
Off his mark (118) if he didn't win that we'd be in a spot of bother. He's a good looking horse and hopefully he'll continue to improve,. We're just happy to have got his maiden win out of the way but he'd want to keep improving. I don't think he's a summer type as he has plenty of knee action but we'll see what the plan will be.