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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 Nam (IRE) was mentioned
Trying ten furlongs on the Flat for the first time, Nam (16s into 10/1 on track) saw the trip out well to land the Grant Thornton Apprentice Handicap by a length and three quarters from Great Grey (11/1).
Thu 15th Aug
Nam ran on strongly for Dylan Hogan to win division two of the mile handicap in Naas.
Tue 02nd Oct
Yucatan bids to extend Aidan O'Brien’s excellent recent record in the GRENKE Finance Ballyroan Stakes at Leopardstown on Thursday evening.
Thu 09th Aug
Patience paid off with Glib Speech, as he recorded his first career success on his twenty-fourth start in the Racing Again September 19th Apprentice Handicap.
Wed 25th Jul
The Billy Fitzpatrick trained Dandys Gold claimed her third career win at Cork today, landing the Cork Racecourse Handicap (division 2) under regular jockey Dylan Hogan.
Fri 18th May
An impressive success from Oneoveryou in the Event Riders Championship Challenge Race At Dundalk Handicap initiated a treble for Chris Hayes at the County Louth circuitWed 28th Mar
Nam made it two wins from three starts on the polytrack when taking the Dundalk Stadium On Twitter Handicap.
Wed 28th Mar
Beach Bar blazed to glory in the Print Express Handicap at DundalkFri 23rd Feb
Nam, in a first-time hood, popped up at odds of 28/1 in the Carnbeg Hotel & Spa Handicap at Dundalk.
Fri 23rd Feb
After race at Leopardstown Thu, 15th Aug, 2019 (1st)
He should have won in Killarney but he got left eight lengths. Leigh (Roche) said he was very unlucky as he got checked in his run. We said he'd win in Galway so we pooled all our resources in that and he didn't get in. We would have got in the last day but it was a last minute thing and he was drawn in Oranmore and the ground was cutting up so I didn't go. The young lad was good on him. He talked a good game in the parade ring beforehand and we said of he rides half as well as he talks we'll have a right chance. He rode him well and I was delighted with the ride he gave him because he's not an easy ride. He gave him a nice ride. We'll see what the handicapper does and he could even go hurdling if we wanted to.
After race at Naas Tue, 2nd Oct, 2018 (1st)
Dylan gave him a lovely ride. He knew him from an apprentice race in the summer when he was a bit unlucky as he met Glib Speech on a going day. It was great that he was still claiming seven and I had no problem putting him back up. He gave him a lovely confident ride and came at the right time. He got a little break after his last run which was a help I'd say. I don't know what he'll do now, he is what he is, and we could probably look at Dundalk as he's won twice there before. He's dead genuine and would give his life for you. He's still a colt and he just didn't give me any reason to cut him. Sometimes when you cut them you could be waiting six months to get the horse back and I thought what's the point as I had him winning and running well. Then he got a new owner so we kept the thing going for the new owner. I might cut him in the winter if he loses form or something.