Leopardstown Thu, 13th Jun, 2019
Morpho Blue She picked up well, they went quick and it suited her. Seven furlongs is about her trip but she'll get a mile. She is a good mover and any old ground suits her. Hopefully we'll get her up to Stakes company and that is the plan for her.
Navan Sat, 8th Jun, 2019
Camphor She loved travelling in behind and Shane said as soon as she got to the front she pricked her ears. He was very happy with her. It looked a very good maiden and everything was fancied in it. A lot of them had good form but her run in the Cork maiden worked out well. She appreciated that little bit of give in the ground, being a Camelot, and the rain came in time for her. We'll see where we go but judging by the others she could make up into a Listed class filly. She'll stay well. She's okay at a mile-and-a-quarter at the moment but will stay a mile-and-a-half.
Leopardstown Thu, 6th Jun, 2019
Cayenne Pepper She’s a lovely filly but I was surprised last week when Shane said she’s ready to go. I thought being by Australia that she might need a bit more time but he said no,. I’d say we’ll take our time with her, and she was bought to be a three-year-old. She has a good temperament and did it right. She has no big entries but I’d say we’ll put her in the Moyglare when the time comes. Ascot comes up very soon and I think she’s going to be a mile filly anyway. She needed every bit of that seven furlongs.
Navan Sat, 1st Jun, 2019
Building Bridges He sort of makes it hard work for himself as he travels on and off. He's been like that in all his races. Shane thought four furlongs out that he was never going to get there and then he ends up winning a length-and-a-half. He actually makes it look easy in the end. Basically he probably wants up to a mile-and-six and a good galloping track. I don't think ground is any issue. He might have made it easier for himself today if he hadn't stumbled coming out of the stalls. He got caught very wide on the first bend. He is what he is. He's won his maiden now, thank God, and we'll go from there.
Fairyhouse Thu, 30th May, 2019
Klute That was great and Shane couldn’t pull him up (took a long time for him to return to the parade ring). He was really well in himself and back up to seven I think he enjoyed it. We’ll aim at seven-furlong Listed races, and he likes top of the ground. He might shape up to a mile but he looks like a sprinter and is very strongly built.
Curragh Fri, 24th May, 2019
Albigna she got a little bit warm at the start but really has behaved beautifully and was very relaxed. Shane said it just took her a while to realise what she was doing but she came between the two horses and put her head down. He gave her two slaps and that was all. We’ve always liked her and thought she could run very well but wasn’t sure if she could win this evening. She’s a lovely filly, and will have learned plenty in behind. She’s going to be better when she goes over seven furlongs. We just wanted to get this race out of the way first and haven’t made any plans.