Leopardstown Mon, 28th Dec, 2020
The Big Getaway It was nice to get that out of the way and he jumped well,. We'll look for a winners of one but the way the program is he'll probably have to go up in grade now, maybe back here at the Dublin Racing Festival. The (Grade 1) Flogas Chase could be an option for him.
Cork Sun, 22nd Nov, 2020
Rebel Waltz The light weight was a big help to him because he is a narrow horse and it was a great ride from Danny. Everyone thinks he wants three miles but I think a real strong 2m4f is what he wants. I didn't think he'd handle the ground being so heavy but Danny said it was no bother. We'll look for something similar next.
Fairyhouse Fri, 13th Nov, 2020
Sneaky Getaway He’s been a great servant for the yard and that’s his sixth win. We’re delighted and it’s good to get him back going again,. He got injured after his maiden hurdle win in Roscommon, and hopefully he can go up a bit in grade now. A lot of people were worried about his jumping because he was a seven-year-old who went on the Flat but we just hadn’t schooled him. It’s never been an issue and he’s always been a good jumper.
Fairyhouse Sat, 10th Oct, 2020
She's Commanche It took a long time for us to get her settled, she was always very free and wound up,. It took us over a year for us to get her to relax and settle at home. We did an awful lot of slow work with her. Sean said she'd want that ground or softer. We had her in at Gowran last week but took her out as we thought the ground was too quick for her. Hopefully we can pick up another one with her, fingers crossed.
Tramore Thu, 17th Sep, 2020
Tiantu He is finally improving and it's great to see him put two good runs together like that,. Hopefully he'll pick up another one. I wasn't sure if I'd got up but I thought I might get it if I didn't get up if you know what I mean (after an enquiry). I just got a little bit squeezed but in fairness he saw it out well. I was happy that my fella was going to stay going as he has won around here over two mile five and won the last time over two and a half. He stayed going up the hill and I could just see Darragh was starting to tie up going down to the last. It's a tell-tale sign when they start looking over their shoulder they are not going that well! . Darragh's fella just jumped left at the last and my fella was leaning towards the rail so I said we'd keeping going that way. We won't aim too high with him now.