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Devious Soprano (IRE)
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Date Course Conditions
Orby Sale (Goffs Ireland)
Purchaser: Not Sold (64000)
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.
Orby Sale (Goffs Ireland)
Not Sold (64000)
Reports in which Spanish Tenor (IRE) was mentioned
Following Dunkirk Harbour’s facile win from the front earlier on, Spanish Tenor (6/1) did something similar in the concluding Jim Ryan Racecourse Services Munster Mile Handicap when making all for a seven length victory.
Sat 12th Oct
Geological recorded his fourth win at Dundalk and seventh in total for Damian English within the past 20 months when landing the Bar One Racing Mourne Handicap.
Fri 17th Aug
Owner Keith Brown is upbeat about the chances of Dream Walker winning the Irish Stallion Farms EBF 'Ahonoora' Handicap for a third year on the spin at Galway on Sunday.
Sun 05th Aug
Brendan Brackan is seemingly better than ever at the age of eight and stamped his authority on the Glencairn Stakes at LeopardstownThu 08th Jun
Owner/breeder Jim Monaghan and trainer Tim Doyle started the week with a Ballingarry point-to-point winner on Monday when Malpensa scored under Jamie Codd. June continued in the right manner for the County Tipperary pair when Spanish Tenor landed the Leopardstown Rated Race under Billy Lee.
Thu 08th Jun
Irishcorrespondent is among five horses declared for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race at the Curragh on Sunday.
Sun 14th May
Ger Lyons' admirable veteran Brendan Brackan repeated his feat of 12 months ago when making virtually all to land the corkracecourse.ie Navigation Stakes at CorkSat 15th Oct
Spanish Tenor ran out a good winner of the opener at Cork, the Coolmore Most Improved Maiden, as he justified favouritism under Billy Lee.
Sat 15th Oct
Khukri did everything that was expected of him in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (C & G) Maiden at the CurraghThu 22nd Sep
The Jessica Harrington trained Khukri made it third time lucky when winning the opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF (C&G) Maiden at the Curragh today, justifying 5/4 favouritism to win under jockey Colm O’Donoghue.
Thu 22nd Sep
Donnacha O’Brien brought through Sir Edwin Landseer to lengthen well when asked to pick up on the outer in the straight, and that effort took the Galileo colt all the way to success in the opening Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden (Plus 10 Race) at Roscommon.
Mon 29th Aug
After race at Limerick Sat, 12th Oct, 2019 (1st)
It is great to get him back, . We thought he was gone a bit lazy in himself so we stuck blinkers on him for the first time. He had his ground, was a class above those in his heyday and Billy said he has a higher cruising speed than the rest of them. He's not in again but will be soon. He was going to be gelded last week but I said we'd give him one chance with blinkers. He more than likely will be gelded over the winter but he still has his ability and it is great to get a win with him.
After race at Leopardstown Thu, 8th Jun, 2017 (1st)
I thought that was a great performance off 95. I thought it was a competitive race,. I knew the horse was coming right and Billy said he gave him a great feel all the way and galloped right to the line. We'll consider the Britannia but more than likely we'll stay here and go for a Listed race or Group 3. He wants a little bit of an ease and it was ideal there for him today. It was probably a shade quick the last day in Cork for him. That was a handicap, you could say, today, and he did it fair and square. I think he'll come on more as he's only coming to himself. I'm delighted with that because he showed a lot of promise last year and after the first two runs this year we were a little disappointed. His homework was always very good and he's only coming.
After race at Cork Sat, 15th Oct, 2016 (1st)
It was a good performance and he has done nothing wrong and has had three smashing runs. He's getting better with each run and Billy (Lee) was impressed with him. That's either it now or he'll run in the Killavullen Stakes at Leopardstown. I'll see how he is next Monday or Tuesday and the entries close on Tuesday. He always looked a good horse and his runs are showing that. He's in the 2,000 Guineas - we were brave earlier in the year!. He handles soft like all the Lope De Vega's and while he wouldn't want it on the quick side, good to yielding wouldn't be a problem.