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Change of Trainer Peter Maher
Spring Sales (Goffs UK)
Purchaser: Peter Maher
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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.
Spring Sales (Goffs UK)
Reports in which Mtada Supreme (IRE) was mentioned
Ireland's longest race the Mongey Communications La Touche Chase at Punchestown today was won by the Peter Maher trained Ballyboker Bridge who proved a winning spare ride for jockey Sea Flanagan.
Thu 02nd May
'Banks King' Enda Bolger struck again at Punchestown this afternoon when Josies Orders claimed his third success over the cross country course at the Kildare venue.
Sun 10th Feb
My Hometown landed a gamble as he made all to win an incident-packed EMS Copiers Risk Of Thunder Chase.
Sun 18th Nov
Faugheen returned with a bang as he took the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle in style at PunchestownSun 19th Nov
Mtada Supreme (10/1) came out on top after a tremendous conclusion to the Donohue Marquees Risk Of Thunder Chase, the opener at Punchestown.
Sun 19th Nov
Icantsay landed a gamble, as he ran out an easy winner of the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Handicap Chase, on just his second start for John Ryan.
Wed 17th May
The longest race of the week produced a cracking finish as Treo Eile rallied gamely to land the La Touche Cup at Punchestown.
Thu 27th Apr
Thomas Hobson recaptured his sparkle to collect the big prize on offer in the Glascarn Handicap Hurdle for Willie Mullins at FairyhouseTue 18th Apr
Jimmy Finn sent out his second winner in as many days as Coldstonesober sprung a 33/1 surprise in the Today FM Ladies National Handicap Chase under Aine O'Connor at Fairyhouse.
Tue 18th Apr
Willie Mullins was expected to land the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Champion Hurdle at Punchestown, but not with his eventual winner WhiteoutSat 30th Apr
We had a brilliant duel from some way out for the opener on day five of the Punchestown Festival, the CME Auctioneers Cross Country Chase. In the end the Mrs Breda Beattie-owned and Peter Maher-trained Mtada Supreme over-turned 2/5 chance Quantitativeeasing by a length and three parts.
Sat 30th Apr
Bright New Dawn banished a Cheltenham no-show to the memory with victory in the Suir Valley Chase at ClonmelThu 31st Mar
Mtada Supreme proved very game as he battled back to secure victory in the Martinstown Opportunity Handicap Chase at Clonmel.
Thu 31st Mar
Shane Crimin gave Black Zero a fine ride as the pair made all in the TJ Reid & Ashgrove Stables Handicap Hurdle at GowranSat 19th Mar
Owner J.P. McManus completed a double at Gowran today as father/son, trainer/jockey combination Philip and Luke Dempsey landed the Paul Murphy & First Auto Finance Handicap Chase with 11/1 chance Whatareudoingtome.
Sat 19th Mar
Gentle Cloud ran out a fortunate winner of the Dan Linehan's Bar And B&B Hunters Chase as Seventh Sign crashed out at the last with the race at his mercy.
Mon 11th May
The Pat Cloke-trained Flynsini stuck on gamely to grab victory in the closing stages of the Daily Mirror Hunters Chase at Down Royal.
Tue 17th Mar
The card at Down Royal began in promising fashion for punters with a winning favourite but it wasn't long before things took a nosedive and Mtada Supreme (14/1) was another result for the bookmakers in the Daily Mirror Hunters Chase.
Mon 17th Mar
After race at Punchestown Sun, 19th Nov, 2017 (1st)
He's a grand horse. My friend Michael Bates got him for me. He got me him and Ballyboker Bridge,. I wouldn't have bought the horse but only Benny was at the sales and said 'chance that lad'. I liked the man that owned him so I bought him. Trevor Beattie hadn't many winners for a good few years and I said 'take that lad and he'll win you a few races. He never stopped winning for him and for two-and-a-half grand he was a cheap horse. He doesn't have to do anything again. He would have won the La Touche if he hadn't run out as he was cantering. There isn't really a plan for him now and we might just put him away until the festival. We ran him in Cheltenham and he finished seventh (December 2015). He has palate issues and you have to give him a couple of runs. He wasn't fit the day he went to Cheltenham. He's not a very good horse but he's a staying jumping horse. You need to have him really well tuned for it. With the hill at Cheltenham he fizzled out. We were thinking about bringing him back to Cheltenham but it's early days yet and we'll enjoy this one.
After race at Punchestown Sat, 30th Apr, 2016 (1st)
Peter has been unlucky all week but he's got one up now anyway. I knew this lad would gallop away and that he was fit after winning on his last run. He jumps banks like hell. I won on Big Shu here before - he was in a different class altogether. That's my Gold Cup, and I threw the kitchen sink at it today with three runners. He (Mtada Supreme) was great and always pulls out a bit more. Quantitativeeasing is a class animal but I'd say the La Touche probably took its toll. I love cross country racing, and somebody has to take on Enda Bolger.