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Duke Of Marmalade (IRE)
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Under Rules Total
Date Course Conditions
Change of Trainer M A Cahill to P Twomey
ts2 Tongue Strap
es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
bbvBroke Blood Vessel
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 Moll (IRE) was mentioned
Confidence High reappeared under the mandatory 6lb penalty for winning at Leopardstown on Tuesday and repeated the feat at the same venue today.
Sun 14th Jun
Moll was a warm order on her first start for Paddy Twomey and the market got it right in the Leopardstown Handicap over a mile and a quarter.
Sun 14th Jun
Moll continued her progressive profile when opening her account in the mile maiden at Dundalk this evening.
Fri 10th Jan
Apricot Moon made a taking winning debut at odds of 20/1 at Dundalk today as the Andy Oliver trained filly landed the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (Fillies) Maiden from a wide draw in 16, under jockey Bill Lee.
Fri 13th Dec
After race at Leopardstown Sun, 14th Jun, 2020 (1st)
Team Valor bought her and she came to me about ten days after she won in Dundalk. She’s a nice filly and was just ready to run today. I think she’ll progress. It looked a nice spot to start and thankfully it worked out. She’ll have no bother stepping up in trip. We’ll see what the handicapper does but she has the ability to go into Stakes company. Her owners are game and I’d imagine they would like to travel with her in time.
After race at Dundalk Fri, 10th Jan, 2020 (1st)
She's improved with every run,. We were going to wait for a seven-furlong race next week but we think she needs every bit of a mile and going forward we'll probably even step her up in trip. Conor felt that an extra two furlongs would help her. To get her maiden out of the way is great. I don't think there is too much here for her and we might give her a bit of a break and come back for the turf. We ran her first time out in Naas and she didn't appreciate the ground but it was very soft that day. I'd say she's maybe a good ground filly.
M A Cahill