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es2 Eye Shield
ec2 Eye Cover
tt2 Tongue Tie
bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
srMentioned in Stewards Report in Results
bbvBroke Blood Vessel
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Reports in which Penny Out (IRE) was mentioned
1/3 favourite Daylight Katie looked in trouble after making a bad mistake three out in the Lough Construction Ltd. Irish EBF Mares’ Novice Hurdle, as Jeremys Flame (6/1) loomed up on her outside looking to capitalise on he rival’s error.
Fri 01st Nov
Veteran work-rider John Kiely worked his magic with Penny Out in recent weeks as the 82 year old trainer produced the mare in tremendous shape to make all and win the Irish Racing Wall Calendar (Mares) Handicap Hurdle at Limerick today.
Sun 13th Oct
After a debut Harvest Festival third placing at Listowel Harriet Tubman went a couple of places better in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden at Cork.
Tue 01st Oct
Zoffalee landed his second feature race of the week, as he took the Flynn Hotels Handicap Hurdle, the highlight on the opening day of the Tramore Festival.
Thu 15th Aug
Itsalonglongroad finally made the breakthrough on the level, as he claimed the concluding Tote Proud Sponsors Of Ballinrobe Racecourse Maiden.
Mon 22nd Jul
Penny Out (5/2) stretched clear after the last under Mikey Hamill to win the 20-runner Ladbrokes Mares Maiden Hurdle.
Wed 12th Jun
Scaglietti was a comfortable winner of the opener at Listowel this afternoon, the Choose Your Horse With BetVictor's Betfinder Mares Maiden Hurdle.
Mon 03rd Jun
Tom Feeney partnered his first winner under rules as Elk Bridge took the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Bumper in convincing fashion at Clonmel.
Thu 28th Feb
After race at Limerick Sun, 13th Oct, 2019 (1st)
Mr Kiely has been riding her work for the past two weeks and they thought she was working very well at home. He wasn't here today and when I came out to the parade ring they said 'were you talking to him' but I said I got no phone call. They said there is no need, to just jump off in front and thankfully it worked out. She jumped brilliant the whole way and got her way through the ground and handled it. I could feel the other horses coming to me coming down the hill because she was picking up the bridle all the way down to the second last and after I jumped the second last I could see I was well in front. It is great to ride a winner for Mr Kiely — the last time I rode a horse for him was five years ago and it won in the same colours.
John E Kiely