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Mrs Noreen McManus
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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
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 Any Second Now (IRE) was mentioned
WWillie Mullins smashed his BoyleSports Irish Grand National hoodoo as Burrows Saint led home a one-two-three for the trainer in the marathon handicap chase at Fairyhouse.
Mon 22nd Apr
The J.P. McManus owned Any Second Now won the concluding Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase at Cheltenham today, securing a third Irish winner on the day.
Thu 14th Mar
Fairyhouse's Winter Festival got off to a sensational start as Mortal beat Any Second Now after a titanic struggle in the beginners' chase.
Sat 01st Dec
With second season chasers Any Second Now (5/4 favourite, 5th) and Bacardys (5/2, 7th) it was left to fencing first-timer Discorama to steal the show in the Mongey Communications Beginners Chase at Naas.
Sat 10th Nov
Footpad maintained his unbeaten record over fences when making all for an impressive success in the Frank Ward Solicitors Arkle Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
Sat 03rd Feb
Petit Mouchoir and Footpad, a respective third and fourth in the Champion Hurdle in March, clash in a fascinating Frank Ward Solicitors Irish Arkle at Leopardstown on Saturday.
Sat 03rd Feb
Footpad continued his ascent over fences with victory in the Racing Post Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
Tue 26th Dec
Footpad produced a sparkling performance to land the Grade One Racing Post Novice Chase at LeopardstownTue 26th Dec
Death Duty's surprise inclusion in the Racing Post Novice Chase field sets up a mouthwatering clash with Footpad in the feature event on the opening day of Leopardstown's Christmas Festival.
Tue 26th Dec
Willie Mullins saddled a one-two in Navan's Foxrock Handicap Chase, but not in the order most expectedSat 09th Dec
Invitation Only got his chasing career back on track when taking the Mervyn Gray Construstion Beginners Chase at Navan.
Sat 09th Dec
Racing this afternoon at Navan will go ahead after passing an early morning inspection.
Sat 09th Dec
Forge Meadow made every yard to land the feature race at Punchestown, the Listed Frontline Security Grabel Mares HurdleSat 18th Nov
Monalee made an impressive transition to jumping fences with a decisive success in the beginners' chase at Punchestown.
Sat 18th Nov
Robbie Power doubled his Naas tally, half-an-hour on from his win on Edwulf, when the Beneficial mare Forge Meadow took out the featured Grade 2 Paddy Power Onside App Novice Hurdle in really good fashion.
Sun 26th Feb
Mark Walsh bagged a double at Punchestown when driving Any Second Now to victory in the Grade Two Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice HurdleSat 14th Jan
Any Second Now confirmed the great promise of his 66/1 shock Navan debut win when following up in the featured Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle at Punchestown.
Sat 14th Jan
The Henry de Bromhead-trained Attribution ran out a determined winner of the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Klairon Davis Novice Chase at NavanSat 10th Dec
You could hear a pin drop, apart from a few chuckles from bookmakers' pitches, after the opener at Navan as Any Second Now recorded a massive shock when scoring on debut in the Kells Maiden Hurdle.
Sat 10th Dec
After race at Punchestown Sat, 14th Jan, 2017 (1st)
It's a pleasant surprise again but not as big a surprise as the first day. I would have been disappointing if he didn't run well. I was quite happy turning into the straight that he was going to be a good third with two fair horses in front of him. When he got by Gordon’s horse I thought Ruby had a bit more in the tank but he joined him and he's done it well. It's a sharp two miles around here and I was worried about that. It was basically a winners of one. It was down as a Grade 2 but every one of them had won one race. It's a sharp track but his jumping was very good. I thought a few times during the race he was going as quick as he wanted to be and I said to young Ted 'he'll get caught out if he misses one'. He was good though. It's only the second run of his life and he's come from having a tour around in a maiden hurdle at Navan to racing so it was a big step up. If he had gone to Navan fancied and got a few slaps you'd say he learned something but he cruised there to win. It's great to have him and the right man has him as he won't be for sale. He could be a very good horse. He's a big raw sort of a horse and I'll leave plans to Frank and JP. They have loads of ammunition and I'm sure they won't be rushing him.
T M Walsh
After race at Navan Sat, 10th Dec, 2016 (1st)
He reminds me of Rince Ri. He won a maiden hurdle here at this meeting like that - he bolted in. If he turns out as good as him I'd be delighted. It's a pleasant surprise and he's a nice horse. I actually rode the great grand-dam Hourly Rate. He done it nicely. I thought he was a nice horse and he'd run well but I didn't think he was forward enough to beat the fancied horses. He jumped well and travelled well. It looked a hot race but he made small work of them anyway. I'll talk to Frank and JP now and see what they want to do. He'll probably go for a winners of one somewhere. He's a lovely big chasing type and looks like a half decent horse. On his first run you wouldn't expect that. Katie said we should run him in a bumper but I wanted to go down the hurdling route.
T M Walsh