Downpatrick Sun, 9th Aug, 2020
Lighthouse Rose If she had jumped the second last the last day she would have won and she jumped neither (it nor the last) - if she had jumped either she would have won (when third at this track in July). She is locally owned, it's a builder's but no-one is able to be here. She could come north again. She’s only a small mare and had no weight today. I’ll maybe run her over three miles at Sligo on Wednesday week.
Sligo Wed, 5th Aug, 2020
Mr Moondance I got a grand freebie, I got to fill him all the way. He's a very free-going horse. I kind of figured him out straightaway going down to the start. He's one of those free old types. You're probably better off ignoring them, let them run for a hundred yards and they'll come back to you. That's what I found out going down to the start, and that's what I done. It was pretty simple after that.
Cork Sun, 2nd Aug, 2020
Arthur's Baby For a big mare, she obviously wants better ground. She is 16.3hh and is more a chaser than hurdler, but hasn't had niceish ground since her point-to-point; she was very good in her point to points.
Tramore Sat, 25th Jul, 2020
Gone Racing His first run in a handicap was a good run and if he repeated that I felt it would be good enough to win this because it was a lesser race. He'll probably run in Sligo now next month.
Ballinrobe Wed, 22nd Jul, 2020
William of Wykeham He had a good run as a three-year-old and then a few things went wrong with him. He was coming right then again but had more issues. As a half-brother to Golan (2,000 Guineas winner and Epsom Derby runner-up) and Tartan Bearer (also second at Epsom) he wasn’t bred to be winning a two mile six hurdle at Ballinrobe but we’ll take it.