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Saddlers' Hall (IRE)
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Under Rules Total
Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer Liam P Cusack
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
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 Snugsborough Hall (IRE) was mentioned
Liam Cusack and Denis O’Regan successfully teamed up for the second time in just over 24 hours as Snugsborough Hall pleased favourite backers in the MicrodogID Beginners Chase at Clonmel.
Thu 14th Feb
The ultra-consistent Se Mo Laoch stayed on best to take the Punchestown Amateur National (Q.R) Handicap Chase, scoring under Eoin Mahon for Brian McMahon.
Sun 13th Jan
Noel Meade was full of praise of Getaway Kid as he made a winning debut over fences in the beginners' chase at Down Royal.
Wed 26th Dec
The ultra-consistent Se Mo Laoch recorded his first win over fences, as he got the better of Snugsborough Hall in the K Club Handicap Chase.
Sun 09th Dec
Sir Ector ended a drought that stretched back the best part of four years with victory in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Handicap Hurdle at SligoTue 22nd Aug
Darkest Flyer was given a front-running ride by Sean Flanagan to prevail in the extended two and a half mile rated novice hurdle at Sligo.
Tue 22nd Aug
With plenty of rain forecast, conditions are likely to be testing at Sligo today for its seven race National-Hunt card.
Tue 22nd Aug
Davids Charm made the most of his opportunity as first reserve, reaching the line-up for TheTote.com Handicap Hurdle and delivering at odds of 14/1 in race three at Galway.
Wed 02nd Aug
Clara Sorrento (5-2) ran out a determined winner of the La Touche Restaurant Rated Novice Hurdle at PunchestownMon 22nd May
The Liam Cusack trained Snugsborough Hall landed a gamble in the Punchestown For Events Handicap Hurdle.
Mon 22nd May
After race at Clonmel Thu, 14th Feb, 2019 (1st)
He is a work in progress and can be hard on himself. On the inside track here it is tight and it is hard to make up ground so we said if we jump out fourth or fifth and if he gets there, let him be there and keep filling him. I was delighted with the way he picked up after the last, having got in tight to it. He was entitled to win and he likes a bit of nice ground. He's a nice horse.
Liam P Cusack
After race at Punchestown Mon, 22nd May, 2017 (1st)
He's a brother of Snugsborough Benny who won in Tipperary. Ray Loughnane bred the two of them and we had to find an owner for one of them as he's a farrier and has two horses in training. I mentioned it to the boys that he was showing me a bit early on and in fairness they bought him and have been patient. He was a bit immature after running in point-to-points and was a bit wild in himself. He needed a bit of match practice more than anything and that was why the hood was on. He's a nice horse and really chasing is his game. He's a lovely horse. It's great for the lads, it's their first winner with me so I'm delighted. They have a few with me and are good owners. There are two lads from the north, Ivor McGrath and Sean Lavery, and Cathal Brophy lives near me at home and helps me in the yard while Michael Heary has been with me for years.
Liam P Cusack