Tramore Tue, 14th May, 2019
Myrons It was a grand performance, it was an average race. He is a grand horse and wants nice ground. Unfortunately in Cork the last day the ground was soft down the back. We might consider going to Doncaster with him next week for the sales. He would be an ideal horse for England on nice ground.
Downpatrick Sun, 24th Mar, 2019
Multifactorial He's a big, honest galloping horse. He just does everything you ask him to do but he's a horse for the future. He had a good run behind (stablemate) Thatsy who I think is very smart. He's a big three-miler for the future.
Down Royal Sat, 16th Mar, 2019
Fag An Bealach We had her as forward as we could for the race. She didn't show anything special but what she did do was keep trying in finishes,. She has a proper pedigree - she's by Stowaway who is getting heaps of winners and the dam is by Old Vic and she is a half-sister to Niche Market so it is a top-class family. I was pleasantly surprised but at the same time she was fit enough if she was good enough. It gives me enormous pleasure because the winner is part owned by Tim Murray who was my first owner - it is getting on for 50 years!. And Marcus Beresford has been with us a long time and had Pass The Hat and it's great to repay their faith. They came back wanting to have one last go and it looks like they could have a lot of fun. She is not going to run over hurdles until next season so we'll look at a winners' bumper at Fairyhouse and places like that if there is one.
Thurles Thu, 21st Feb, 2019
Go Another One It was a great ride I thought because there was a lot of pace in it and he just took his time,. I wasn't sure going right-handed would suit him but he didn't mind it today. He is in Cheltenham and we'll time about it or he could go to Aintree. I'm just glad I declared him as I wasn't declaring him at 9 o'clock yesterday morning but we said we'd take our chance here with just six runners; he could have run in Ayr on Monday instead. He has been a great horse for me and has never been out of the money for me and I wish I had plenty of them!. I've had a Grade 3 winner of a juvenile hurdle about 12 years ago but this is my biggest winner.
Punchestown Sun, 13th Jan, 2019
Young Paddymc That's great. That was the plan for a while. It's nice that it's worked out,. He ran better than I expected last time. Today was the race we really had in mind. Having gone so well the last day I thought we'd be hard to beat today with a bit of luck in running. Chasing was always going to be his game as he's a big scopey horse. Who knows where he'll go now, I'm a dreamer!. There is a bit of significance in his name as his joint-owner Finian Reilly's nephew Paddy died of cancer a couple of year ago. We had bought the horse before he died and he had been out to see him and he was named after him. The family always come to see him and there is a bit of sentimental value to this fella.