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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
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Reports in which R'evelyn Pleasure (IRE) was mentioned
Just the six horses went to post for the rated novice chase in Fairyhouse but three of them fought out a protracted battle before Mill Quest found most.
Sun 21st Apr
There was drama at the final fence for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Rated Novice Chase at Fairyhouse today as the Sean O'Brien trained winner R'evelyn Pleasure benefitted from the final fence fall of leader Getaway Kid.
Sat 12th Jan
Redhotfillypeppers made a winning chase debut at Limerick today, landing the D Pack Packaging Rated Novice Chase for respective Championship leaders trainer Willie Mullins and jockey Paul Townend.
Fri 28th Dec
The Clonmel Racecourse Supporters Club Only #90 Beginners Chase saw R'evelyn Pleasure (10/1) win on his second start over fences for trainer Sean O'Brien and jockey Donagh Meyler.
Thu 06th Dec
Koshari made the most of a drop in class when running out an impressive winner of the Suir Valley Chase at ClonmelThu 29th Mar
After race at Fairyhouse Sat, 12th Jan, 2019 (1st)
I fancied him going to Limerick but he jumped terrible down there. He missed the start and was never happy. I was very happy coming here today for the nice ground. The ground was gorgeous out there. Donagh gets a great tune out of him. He keeps things so simple on him and he jumps great for him. We were in the right place at the right time. We had a bit of luck at the last but it was wonderful. He deserved it as he's a good little horse. He may head to Leopardstown, depending on what mark he gets, on the Saturday for the 0-150 two-mile-one handicap chase. Otherwise we'll keep to these novice conditions races if we can.
Sean O O'Brien
After race at Clonmel Thu, 6th Dec, 2018 (1st)
It was brilliant to get it and he came back to his hurdles form when he won here. I thought on his hurdles rating he was over-priced,. At Cork it was just a simple novicey mistake and he fell but he was good today when he wanted him. There's a novice for him at Limerick over Christmas but I don't want to be bottoming him on real deep ground so we'll see. It's also my first winner since my mother Eileen passed away a few months ago. She was a big part of the team, so today was a welcome boost and we appreciate it.
Sean O O'Brien