Roscommon Mon, 19th Aug, 2019
Angel's Amy We'd been waiting for that and she won as she should. She's a nice filly, we were worried about the ground but she seems to handle it and seven to a mile is her trip,. She's owned/bred by Alfred (Sweetnam) and I think she might go forward after that. I don't know how good that maiden was but she's been second three times, we thought we were a bit unlucky, but she's done it today and you have to win your maiden now at three to go to stud. We're happy with her.
Curragh Fri, 9th Aug, 2019
Lady Jane Wilde I liked this filly all along. She’s been working with all of our handicappers and doing it very easy. She has a lot of speed so I told Niall to take his time because I wasn’t sure if she would stay the seven but she seemed to stay it out well. Where we go from here I’m not sure. She has no entries. We were coming here to have a good experience and hopefully to be in the shake-up. Niall said she handled the ground well. I don’t normally have two-year-olds and Miss Jabeam is my only previous two-year-old maiden winner.
Tipperary Tue, 4th Jun, 2019
Aurora Moon I'm delighted and we always thought she was a nice filly with plenty of scope. We didn't run her as a two year old because she has so much scope, she is 16.2hh. She completely fluffed her lines at Leopardstown and was very green and at Gowran she did a little bit too much with Leigh early and got a little tired. It has obviously left her just right and the ground was no issue and I'd say she is versatile in that regard. A mile would be no problem to her and is a nice filly and we'll see what the handicapper does and go from there.