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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 Don't Let Go (IRE) was mentioned
Mac N Cheese took the Thanks To Our Members Handicap Chase on what was just his third start for Gavin Cromwell.
Wed 15th May
Take The Cash just prevailed in the www.kilbegganraces.com Handicap Chase, scoring under Dillon Maxwell for trainer Andrew McNamara junior.
Mon 30th Apr
A daughter of High Chaparral out of a Fasliyev mare was always likely to prove suited by a slow pace, and so it proved as Head Turner took the concluding Racing Again February 24th Novice Handicap Chase at Fairyhouse.
Wed 07th Feb
Walkabout was the star of the show once more at Ballinrobe as Gordon Elliott and Davy Russell teamed up to land the feature race on the card, the Burleigh Accountancy Handicap HurdleMon 14th Aug
Conor O'Dwyer has his yard in tremendous form of late, and Don't Let Go continued his winning streak in the Maloney & Matthews Mares Maiden Hurdle.
Mon 14th Aug
Charles Byrnes saddles a pair of runners for the Byrnsey Boys Syndicate at Ballinrobe on Monday evening, both of whom are seeking compensation for defeats at the Galway Festival 12 days ago.
Mon 14th Aug
Kilfenora left behind three previous efforts, since beginning his racing life in December, to spring a 50/1 surprise under Jody McGarvey in the opening Festival Party Pack From 25 Euros Maiden Hurdle at Punchestown
Wed 22nd Feb
After race at Ballinrobe Mon, 14th Aug, 2017 (1st)
That's four winners in a row - it's amazing,. The conditions absolutely suited her and it wasn't the strongest contest in the world. She's rated 97 and is entitled to win it but that doesn't always work out as we know. She always pleased me at home but she disappointed the first two days, for whatever reason, and she's maybe just a typical mare and wanted a bit of time. It was a cracking run at Roscommon and she followed it up nicely there now. I'd presume the handicapper can't do a lot as she's entitled to win it. She'll go handicapping now and she's a nice mare to have. She has plenty of size and will jump a fence, she is related to Mighty Man. She's only five and has been on the go a while so we'll speak to Frank (Frank Berry - racing manager for JP McManus) and see what they are thinking but to get that under her belt is fantastic.