An outstanding foal and a very good reason why we will send mares back to Australia. Sweepstake gives us lots to look forward to in 2016. Her 4YO, Horseshoe Bay, already placed in a group three remains in training with Sir Michael Stoute; her 3YO by Galileo named Finian’s Bay is in training with
Lucina took a year off in 2015. Her Acclamation 2YO had a gentle introduction to racing last October and she has both him and his 2016 2YO full brother to run for her this year.
Pernica is a winning Sir Percy mare which we bought at the July Sales in Newmarket in 2015. This Dream Ahead is her first foal and he looks an out and out sprinter.
His Dutch Art full brother was sold at Tattersalls Book One and is in training with Michael Bell. Slieve Mish has a Dark Angel yearling filly which will go to one of the top sales.
Only her second foal and again a superb athlete, and a full brother to her yearling which will be sold either at the Goffs Orby or at Tattersalls Book One.
Illuminate lit up Ascot on June 19th with an easy win in the Group Three Albany Stakes on this her second racecourse appearance. Illuminate continued her winning ways making it three wins from three starts by claiming the Group 2 Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket on July 10th making her the leading 2YO
Johnathan Mullin of the Racing Post talks to Denis Brosnan, the outgoing Chairman of Horse Racing Ireland.
Denis Brosnan interview starts at 2 mins 18 secs.
250 finalists and industry representatives attended the Zurich Farming Independent Awards Gala Dinner, which saw a lifetime achievement award being presented to Kerry native Denis Brosnan for his formative role in the establishment of Ireland’s largest food company, Kerry Group.
He told the packed banquet that he
Source: Irish Racing
In the Sea The Stars colours of Christopher Tsui, Seas Of Wells was sent off favourite to win her Maiden and duly accomplished what was expected of her for trainer John Oxx and rider Declan McDonogh at the Curragh.
The Dansili filly, a 310,000 guineas yearling from the family of Damson, is pacey,
That’s Plenty (b g 2009 Dr Fong (USA) Tyranny (GB))
Former Champion Apprentice Ronan Whelan gained an overdue first winner of the season when steering That’s Plenty to win the Irish Stallion Farms EBF ‘Habitat’ Handicap at The Curragh in his first winner in his new role as first choice rider to owners Thistle Bloodstock