Listowel Sun, 8th Sep, 2019
For Everyone He did well to get back up after his mistake at the last. If you are easy on him he is too keen and loses his race before the start and trying to keep the lid on him is a fine balance,. We might give him a break now as he is a tall horse and could improve a good bit for a break. He would go on quick ground but for stamina to come into play he could do with a bit more ease. I don't know about heavy but he'd be better on soft, and jumping and staying are his two key attributes. It'll be shark infested races from now but if he got a break and came back he might settle better.
Gowran Park Wed, 14th Aug, 2019
Highway To Heaven The ground was the big issue with her as she hasn't really got soft ground since she was a two-year-old. All last year she was running on dry ground. We thought there would be improvement in her on that ground and we were just hoping that she retained her ability on it. She's a well-bred filly so hopefully she can win another one.
Ballinrobe Mon, 12th Aug, 2019
For Everyone We thought he'd go well in the first juvenile hurdle of the season over at Hexham but he had an awful run over on the boat,. He went nuts when he landed so that was that. The form from his last run at Limerick on the Flat has worked out very well though. He's even schooled over fences and he's savage to jump. We've had four beaten favourites from our last nine runners and it's great to get that. I'm not sure where he'll go next but he'd prefer to go the other way around.
Bellewstown Fri, 5th Jul, 2019
Marchons Ensemble He's a work in progress. He's owned by Graham (Bradley) who was very good to me when I was riding in England so I am returning the favour. We didn't know if he was any good or not until we got stuck into him. We thought we would win a little race like this as time went on. There's more improvement in him and being by Pour Moi he will get further. At this moment in time, looking at him, he could be a Galway nursery horse on the Saturday. He appreciates a little bit of ease in the ground. I'm delighted to train a winner for Graham as he was good to the young lads in the north of England. He was good to me, so you return the favour when you can.
Tipperary Sun, 23rd Jun, 2019
Memyselfandmoi She is a very well bred filly and it was very important to get her to win as she is the first foal from the mare. The mare is a smashing mare and is a half-sister to Daneleta who is the dam of Intense Focus. She is five lengths better going that way and a bit of ease in the ground helped. We'll try and get black-type with her.