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Shreddin Fiftys (IRE)
Kayf Tara (GB)
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Under Rules Total
Date Course Conditions
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 Whereyounow (IRE) was mentioned
Whereyounow gave connections a measure of compensation for a recent Punchestown mishap when winning the Listowel Handicap Hurdle at that Kerry racecourse today, scoring for trainer Rodger Sweeney and jockey Sean Flanagan.
Mon 21st Sep
So Near So Farhh (11/1) could be seen travelling well from a long way out in the Baltreacy Handicap Hurdle (Div I) and hit the front before the last.
Wed 09th Sep
The Follow Limerick Racecourse On Facebook Mares Handicap Chase was marred with Kilbarry Calling going wrong on the approach to the first fence up the back. She quickly came to a halt and the near two and a half miler saw Philip Enright complete a double on the day at Greenmount Park.
Thu 11th Apr
Cork handler Rodger Sweeney would appear to have a progressive young horse on his hands as his home bred Whereyounow (7s into 6s) went back-to-back in the Book Online At www.limerickraces.ie Handicap Hurdle.
Thu 11th Apr
The story beforehand was all about the gamble on Germany John (7s into 100/30 favourite) but it was local Castlelyons handler Rodger Sweeney that was in the limelight following the CIT Raise And Give Handicap Hurdle at Cork after saddling a 1-2.
Thu 21st Mar
After race at Limerick Thu, 11th Apr, 2019 (1st)
He improved a good bit from Cork and stepping him up in trip slowed down the boys in front a bit. It gave him a chance to jump a bit better and he did it well in the finish. Next, he'll run in the weakest race I can find. Anyway he is keeping the thing going!
After race at Cork Thu, 21st Mar, 2019 (1st)
It was hard to get into races for these two horses and both would like nice ground. I was expecting Lagenod, which is Donegal spelled backwards - as he is owned by a Donegal man, Pat McGowan - to win. Both horses will go for similar handicaps next and that's my first ever 1-2.