Tramore Sat, 15th Aug, 2020
Bright Flame We were just hoping the two miles would bring out that little bit of improvement. That and the ease in the ground, that's all he wanted. I'm delighted for his owner Michael Roe, he is a son of the late Johnny Roe (multiple champion Irish Flat jockey). He stuck with us for five years and that's his first winner. In fairness to him during the lockdown he said 'don't worry, I'll stick with you,' and that's what you want. He is a grand little horse we bought him cheap and hopefully he'll win another couple. We are based in Barntown outside Wexford town and we have ten in at the moment.
Galway Tue, 28th Jul, 2020
Walking On Glass That’s great that he’s put his last run behind him as he’s generally very consistent. The last day is best forgotten as he was likely on the pace too much, but I’m delighted with him all told and he could run in a hurdle at Roscommon on Monday.