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Reports in which Dewcup (IRE) was mentioned
Dewcup just loves it in Punchestown and brought up his third track victory in the Dooley Insurance Group Hurdle.
Tue 29th Sep
Dewcup landed the odds in the extended two mile maiden hurdle at Punchestown in good style.
Tue 08th Sep
After his earlier win on Golddragon Reef, Shane Foley remarked in a television interview that he was sweet on the chance of Barrington Court (7/4) in the Bellewstown Maiden for older horses.
Thu 27th Aug
Another day another winner for the season's leading apprentice Gavin Ryan who steered Danger Money home in the extended mile and a half maiden at Tipperary.
Fri 07th Aug
Patrick Mullins made the journey from Mallow (second on Colreevy in Cork’s 12.50) to Punchestown a worthwhile one as he took the Gray Construction (Pro-Am) INH Flat Race on Dewcup (2/1 in the morning, returned 4/1).
Sun 17th Nov
The www.thurlesraces.ie (Pro/Am) INH Flat Race might be remembered best for Richie Deegan's heroics in staying with Scalor, but we also had a good winner of the two miler, Dewcup getting it done under Michael Stenson for the Ted Walsh yard.
Sat 23rd Mar
After race at Punchestown Tue, 29th Sep, 2020 (1st)
He's a nice horse and he's going the right way. With Noel's horse (Beacon Edge) out of it, he was probably the best of the horses that had won their maidens. I'd say something must have happened to Henry's horse (Fusain), he dropped out of it completely. Not to take away from Curlew Hill but you'd expect him to do that if he was going to go to the next step. Mark was delighted with the manner he did it in. There will be plenty more questions to be answered from here on in. I think he's capable of winning a nice Flat race. We could go to Thurles next week for a maiden but I'd doubt it now after that as it's a bit quick. I'd like to get another run into him on the Flat. He ran into a good mare in Bellewstown but she's a 105-rated mare. He's a grand sound, honest, horse and a good fella owns him so there is no great pressure. He's after winning four and will win plenty more races. What height he''ll reach only God knows. They are about 126 horses and the next step is a 140 horse. Noel's horse was 142 if you had been taking him on. He's a good ground horse and we could maybe look at Leopardstown Christmas or Fairyhouse if it was good ground.
T M Walsh
After race at Punchestown Tue, 8th Sep, 2020 (1st)
He couldn't do much more. I was worried about him in front as he's a bit cold jumping. He's a good leaper but you need someone like Mark on him to make up his mind and he jumped well. He won well. The next step now is a winners of one and all those horses that are after winning will be together, and then you'll know because if one horse kicks them out of the way he's going to beat all of them. If he's good enough to win a winners of one he'll go to the next step. We'll know the next day if he's a handicapper or up to a better grade. He's big enough to go and jump a fence and he's bred to get a trip as the dam was second in the Ascot Stakes for John Queally. Stamina shouldn't be a problem. He'll win plenty of races. He'll more than likely go to Listowel for something.
T M Walsh
After race at Punchestown Sun, 17th Nov, 2019 (1st)
I always thought he was a smart horse, . He won at Thurles and then ran well in Liverpool but probably shouldn’t have gone there as it was less than two weeks after.
T M Walsh
After race at Thurles Sat, 23rd Mar, 2019 (1st)
Her owner Michael Ryan had the mother, father, brother, sister - the lot, and this horse's mother Elyaadi was placed twice at Royal Ascot. It is a lovey family,. He is a fine big horse, I was disappointed with him at Leopardstown when he probably needed the run and I didn't mind him getting beat, I didn't think he'd be beaten 20 lengths. I said we'd have another try here today and Michael gave him a lovely ride, he loved the ground and quickened up well. He might go to Liverpool (Aintree) to run in the bumper next as Michael is a great Liverpool man.
T M Walsh