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High Chaparral (IRE)
Exors of the Late John Harrington
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Under Rules Total
Date Course Conditions
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
bbvBroke Blood Vessel
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 Polished Steel (IRE) was mentioned
Jessica Harrington makes her debut to behind-closed-doors racing at Leopardstown later this afternoon and the recent Coronation Stakes-winning trainer sent out two winners at earlier Tipperary, completed by Polished Steel in the MansionBet Proud to Support Beginners Chase.
Wed 01st Jul
The market spoke loudly in favour of Pakens Rock this morning and that confidence proved well founded as he ran out a convincing winner of the Matty Ryan Memorial Handicap Hurdle at Thurles.
Sun 19th Jan
The prolific Mill Quest is one of just seven declared for the feature John J Galvin Handicap Chase at Listowel on Bank Holiday Monday.
Mon 03rd Jun
Robbie Power won the first race of the post-Ruby Walsh era at Punchestown today as the jockey steered Polished Steel to win the opening JLT H'cap Hurdle for trainer Jessica Harrington.
Thu 02nd May
The Joe O'Flaherty-owned Polished Steel (3/1) ran out an authoritative winner of the thurles.ie Maiden Hurdle for Jessica Harrington and Robbie Power.
Thu 07th Feb
The King Of Brega has proved a grand servant to connections and recorded his ninth success in an incident-packed Matty Ryan Memorial Handicap Hurdle at Thurles.
Sun 20th Jan
Owner, breeder and trainer Denis Hickey won the Guinness Maiden Hurdle at Limerick today with Buckie Cullen, in a race where unplaced Dont Go Mad was the subsequent of a big gamble.
Wed 26th Dec
After race at Punchestown Thu, 2nd May, 2019 (1st)
it’s been a lucky race for me. He (Polished Steel) was always going to come here and had a break before Fairyhouse. He stood off too far at the second hurdle there, made a terrible mistake and then never jumped another hurdle. We decided today to change the tactics if he would settle and we put ear plugs on which helped him settle in front. He likes a bit of nice ground. He can cope with soft ground but not heavy. He’ll probably go for a mile and a half or mile and three quarters race on the Flat next.
Mrs John Harrington