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Change of Trainer Adrian McGuinness
Handler Adrian McGuinness
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 All's Quiet (IRE) was mentioned
A 92/1 treble was completed with Ado McGuinness' third runner of the night at Dundalk, All's Quiet (Rory Cleary up) coming out on top in the Get A Run For Your Money With BetVictor Handicap.
Fri 11th Jan
On his first outing since May Quamino (9s into 7s) made a winning start over fences in the Fairyhouse Membership 2019 Beginners Chase.
Tue 06th Nov
Judgement Day made all for Rachael Blackmore to seal his hat-trick in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Rated Novice Chase at 7-4.
Sun 21st Oct
Fleurys Fort picked off front-running Paris Snow with less than half a mile to race and went on to record a victory in the two mile four handicap hurdle at Sligo.
Sun 15th Jul
Killiney Court made all for a comprehensive victory in the extended two and a quarter mile handicap hurdle at Downpatrick.
Sun 17th Jun
Pivot Bridge bounced back to his best in the concluding 32Red.com Qualified Riders Race, providing rider Nathan Condron with his first success in the saddle.
Fri 09th Mar
Shanning maintained her unbeaten record as she took the Galway City & Salthill Publicans Rated Novice Hurdle.
Tue 10th Oct
The €55,000 Guinness Handicap is the feature on the penultimate session of the week-long Listowel Festival as 10 runners have been declared for the mile-and-a-half test.
Fri 15th Sep
Detailed maintained her forward momentum with a determined victory in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Handicap at RoscommonMon 04th Sep
All's Quiet came home a comfortable winner of the Roscommon Rated Hurdle, scoring under Barry John Foley for Adrian McGuinness.
Mon 04th Sep
Chris Hayes completed a first and last race double at Ballinrobe, as All's Quiet just got up to claim the concluding Win Big With Tote Maiden.
Mon 24th Jul
The Noel Meade trained Silken Thomas and the Ado McGuinness trained All’s Quiet dead-heated for first place in the opening Barclay Communications Maiden Hurdle at Down Royal.
Fri 26th May
As a half-brother to last week's Punchestown winner Sizing Granite, it was no surprise to see Coolmeen Hill enjoy the top of the ground and the two mile one furlong trip when winning the Healy Mac's At Breaffy Maiden Hurdle at Ballinrobe.
Tue 02nd May
After race at Dundalk Fri, 11th Jan, 2019 (1st)
He’s an out-an-out stayer and he was probably the only real dour stayer in the race. They went a good gallop and he loves coming at horses,.
After race at Roscommon Mon, 4th Sep, 2017 (1st)
I didn't think he would go on the ground. I've had him a few years and he was very weak early on. We ran him a second time at Galway after he ran well there on the Flat but he ran too free the second day over hurdles. We gave him a little bit of a break and sent him home for a fortnight, and he's done that quite easily. We'll probably go for a novice with him. I'm sure the handicapper is going to slaughter him but he's plenty of options and we won't kill him as I think he's a nice horse and will make a nice chaser in time. He's in again at Clonmel (on Thursday) but I don't think we'll run him as that's a fair old slog there today. He's not a bad horse on the Flat and has a nice mark so he could go for something like the November Handicap if he gets in. Dan Daly (winning owner) is a great patron of mine, and has been very lucky.
After race at Down Royal Fri, 26th May, 2017 (1st)
Luke (McGuinness) is my nephew and it is his first winner back (from a 12 days suspension) so it's great. he (All's Quiet) had a nice run in Ballinrobe and then in Tipperary he was very good but the ground was probably a shade too soft for him there. We fancied him to run a good race there tonight as needs good ground. He made a little bit of a mistake (at the last) and Luke didn't think he had it and Johnny (Moore, jockey on Silken Thomas) didn't think he had it either - they were both guessing so we won't complain!