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Change of Trainer W P Mullins to Paul Nicholls
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Reports in which Laurina (FR) was mentioned
The Grade Three Quevega Mares Hurdle at Punchestown appropriately saw the trainer of the great mare commemorated in the title, Willie Mullins, saddle a one three as Elfile (9/4 into 6/4) led them home.
Wed 19th Feb
Notebook maintained his unbeaten record over fences with a convincing victory in the Racing Post Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
Thu 26th Dec
Her sister Immortality recently showed her prowess over larger obstacles with a point-to-point win and today Champion Hurdle fourth placer Laurina got off to an impressive start over fences at Gowran.
Sat 23rd Nov
Espoir D’Allen caused a seismic shock in the Unibet Champion Hurdle as none of the first three in the betting made the frame in the opening day highlight of the Cheltenham Festival.
Tue 12th Mar
Champion Hurdle contender Laurina displayed her wellbeing with an impressive win at Punchestown today as the Willie Mullins trained mare justified 3/10 favouritism, under Ruby Walsh, in winning the Listed Smart Money's on Coral Quevega (Mares) Hurdle.
Wed 20th Feb
Laurina will bid to enhance her claims for the Unibet Champion Hurdle when she lines up for the Smart Money’s On Coral Quevega Mares Hurdle at Punchestown.
Wed 20th Feb
Willie Mullins made some inroads into Gordon Elliott's lead in the title race with a Fairyhouse double headlined by Al Boum Photo's success in the Ryanair Gold Cup Novice ChaseSun 01st Apr
The Grade One Ryanair Gold Cup Novice Chase at Fairyhouse had eluded Willie Mullins throughout his career but Al Boum Photo won it for him today with a stout staying performance.
Sun 01st Apr
Laurina enhanced her burgeoning reputation when proving different class to her rivals in the Grade One Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final at Fairyhouse.
Sun 01st Apr
Laurina looked different class as she toyed with the opposition to run out an impressive winner of the Trull House Stud Mares' Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham.
Thu 15th Mar
The impressive Laurina turned the Solerina Mares Novice Hurdle into a procession when bounding clear of her rivals in the Grade Three test at FairyhouseSat 27th Jan
Laurina (13/8 favourite) could hardly have been anymore impressive when demolishing the opposition in the Grade 3 Solerina Mares Novice Hurdle to credit Willie Mullins and Paul Townend with a Fairyhouse double.
Sat 27th Jan
Willie Mullins looks to have yet another exciting prospect on his hands judging by the impressive manner in which Laurina opened her account in the Online Tickets From www.tramore-racecourse.com Mares Maiden Hurdle at TramoreThu 14th Dec
Laurina was sent off at very skimpy odds on her Irish debut in the opener at Tramore and duly won as her price suggested she might.
Thu 14th Dec
After race at Punchestown Wed, 20th Feb, 2019 (1st)
she took a good blow and Ruby said she needed it badly. When he asked her to move up she moved up nicely, and did everything he asked her. She jumped a bit slow for my liking when she wasn’t on the bridle but when he gave her the office to go she sharpened up her jumping. Ruby said she was idling in front. The tight inside track today wouldn’t suit her either. That’s job done and hopefully we’ll get a clear run from now to Cheltenham. The Champion Hurdle is where we are aiming. That’s the owners' plan and our plan. Things can change and she is in other races. She got her flu jab last week and we missed a week’s training which is not ideal. I wanted the last week to sharpen her up and have her really hopping. We had to take a pull, and I’m happy knowing how we would normally shape her training coming up to a race like this. We’ll have to sharpen her up over the next few weeks. She was a very buzzy mare before and she has matured so maybe that’s why she looked very settled. The buzz and bustle of Cheltenham will really sharpen her up and for a Champion Hurdle she is going to have to be sharper. We knew we were going to have pace in the race today with Stormy Ireland who is a nice yardstick too. We knew it wasn’t going to be a pushover. She beat nothing in Sandown but looked sharper. She looks every inch a mare that can go chasing, and we’ll just see how she gets on in the meantime.
W P Mullins
After race at Fairyhouse Sun, 1st Apr, 2018 (1st)
She's a good novice, she'll have to achieve a bit more to get the heights of some of the mares that have been there (in Closutton) but she is doing everything right and going the right way. I think she was cantering everywhere and she just seems to be a lot better than the rest at the moment. If all is well we'll go on to Punchestown with her - we'll see how she comes out of the race. That's good to get her Grade One there so very pleased. She could go for a novice race at Punchestown. The mares’ race is an open race which would be tough. I’m going to leave it open and I wouldn’t be worried about trip. She could go out to three (miles) easily and has enough ability to do two miles. We’ll have to see how the other horses that ran at Cheltenham fare out over the next few days. It’s not going to be easy for them especially on that ground as it’s very tacky. She handled it well.
W P Mullins
After race at Cheltenham Thu, 15th Mar, 2018 (1st)
She's a fine, big mare. If there was ever going to be a mares' chase in Cheltenham, she's the type of horse you'd want for it. Her two runs at home have been very good, but to do that against the best in the British Isles is unbelievable. There's a Grade One in Fairyhouse at Easter. If she recovers we might go for that.
W P Mullins
After race at Fairyhouse Sat, 27th Jan, 2018 (1st)
It looked a very good performance. She's shown me that she's a nice mare at home. In Tramore she did what she did but today looked a bit special to put away some very nice mares on that ground. I don't think she jumped particularly well during the race either. I think her jumping will improve and she can improve again. She's a nice mare to have. It's just experience, she was in behind with a lot of muck coming back in her face today. Paul just reminded me that she got a fright at the first at Tramore and he thought she was just remembering that today and then she settled into jumping. When he gave her a squeeze going to the last she opened up and ended up on top of the hurdle rather than jumping it properly but he was happy other than that. She has size and scope as well. It looks like she'll go for the mares novice at Cheltenham.
W P Mullins