Should sufficient declarations be received (28), The Myhomecare.ie H'cap (Race 266C) may be divided at this meeting
Entries close by 12 noon Wednesday 25th September.
ITBA are currently taking applications for the Weatherbys ITBA NH Fillies Bonus Scheme. CLOSING DATE 30th SEPTEMBER 2019
Should you or anyone you know wish to register a filly she must be 3 year old + and unraced at the track. This scheme pays out a €5,000 bonus to the Owners listed on the racecard in all the mares only maiden bumpers, maiden hurdles and beginners chases, 12 h’cap hurdles and we support the Connolly REDMILLS EBF Auction Series where a filly wins. The cost is a once-off payment of €200 to be made payable to the ITBA . Can you please extend this information to your owners.
Please find the 2019 application form attached and should you have any questions please contact Regina Byrne on [email protected] / 045 877543.
Trainers advised of additional flat meeting at the Curragh on the above date - entries will close by 12 noon on Thursday 17 October with declarations to run by 10am on Monday 21 October. Full details of this meeting will be published in due course.
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Trainers are reminded that they must keep all horse in training records up-to-date on the RÁS system as per Rule 148. I.H.R.B. stable inspections are based on the records submitted to Horse Racing Ireland via the RÁS system.
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Keane takes championship lead with Naas double
Colin Keane leads reigning champion jockey Donnacha O’Brien by one winner (85–84) after doubling up on Wednesday’s two-year-old-only card at Naas. On an afternoon to remember for the Trim, County Meath family, Keane’s father Gerry weighed in by sending out Eloy D’Amerval, partnered by Robbie Colgan
Irish EBF unveils juvenile series plan
A revamped median sires race series with a minimum prize-fund of €25,000 per race has been announced by the Irish European Breeders Fund. The 24-race series will take place in 2020, with a new €200,000 two-year-old median sires race at Naas racecourse on Bank Holiday Monday, August 3, co-sponsored b
A Toi Phil joins Gary Moore team
A Toi Phil is likely to have a second crack at the Randox Health Grand National after being sold to join Gary Moore’s West Sussex team for £70,000 as part of the annual Gigginstown House Stud dispersal at Goffs UK September Sale. A Toi Phil, who landed a timely victory over fences at Listowel last w
Search For A Song takes a break
Dermot Weld has confirmed that his Irish St Leger winner Search For A Song will not run again this season. The three-year-old filly continued on a steep upward curve at the Curragh, beating last year’s Doncaster St Leger winner Kew Gardens under a fine ride from Chris Hayes on Sunday. Having finishe
Logan lands Listed honours at Yarmouth
Fanny Logan continued her upward curve when completing a hat-trick of wins in Listed company in the EBF Stallions John Musker Fillies’ Stakes at Yarmouth. Having finished second on her debut at the Norfolk track behind stablemate Mehdaayih last October, the John Gosden-trained three-year-old went on
Danzeno set to miss Ayr Gold Cup
Danzeno, third favourite with some bookmakers for the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup, is unlikely to take his chance. With the ground drying out and little rain forecast, trainer Mick Appleby fears conditions would be against him in Saturday’s Heritage Handicap. While it is a blow to connections, given t
King reigns in Fortune test
Richard Hannon’s 2000 Guineas runner-up King Of Change returned from a lengthy absence to win the Chasemore Farm Fortune Stakes at Sandown. While many would have been tempted to strike while the iron was hot with King Of Change (11-4), who was sent off at 66-1 for the Classic, Hannon took the patien
Hong Kong Jockey Club cancels Happy Valley fixture
The Hong Kong Jockey Club has cancelled its scheduled fixture at Happy Valley “in view of the imminent threat to the safety of racegoers, jockeys and employees, and to the welfare of racehorses”. The HKJC announced in a statement that Wednesday’s eight-race card would not go ahead, as civil unrest c
Diamond sparkles again at Galway
Diamond Hill continued her love affair with Galway when gaining valuable black type with a gutsy success in the Ardilaun Hotel Oyster Stakes. The Willie Mullins-trained mare had been successful over hurdles at the Festival and was well-backed on her return to the level in the Listed contest. Colin K
Plenty of interest on Naas card
It is juvenile day at Naas on Wednesday as the card is made up of eight races for two-year-olds. Aidan O’Brien is not surprisingly well represented on the day with 11 runners and introduces some beautifully bred newcomers in the maidens. One Ballydoyle runner with form, however, that looks a big pla
Joseph O’Brien targets Yarmouth feature
Joseph O’Brien will break new ground on Wednesday when saddling his first two runners at Yarmouth in the EBF Stallions John Musker Fillies’ Stakes. The Classic-winning rider-turned-trainer will be represented in the feature 10-furlong Listed prize at the Norfolk track by Cnoc An Oir and Snapraeceps.
Hannon eager to get Change back in action
Richard Hannon is excited to see his 2000 Guineas runner-up King Of Change make his return from a four-month absence in the Chasemore Farm Fortune Stakes at Sandown on Wednesday. The Farhh colt was a largely unconsidered 66-1 shot for the first colts’ Classic of the season on the Rowley Mile, but ou
Smith eyeing Flat and jumps options for One Cool Poet
Trainer Matthew Smith will consider options on the Flat and over jumps for his remarkable stable star One Cool Poet. Having made history in becoming the first horse to win three Flat races in the same week at this year’s Galway Festival, the seven-year-old’s successful run came to an abrupt end when
Gosden believes Pinatubo could scare off Dewhurst opposition
John Gosden believes Pinatubo will “terrify people” if bidding to crown his unblemished juvenile campaign with victory in the Darley Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket next month. Charlie Appleby’s colt has carried all before him since making a winning debut at Wolverhampton in early May – winning the Woo
Hit The Bid ready to go again at Newbury
Hit The Bid is set to make a quick reappearance in the Dubai International Airport World Trophy at Newbury after a luckless run at the Curragh. Trainer Darren Bunyan has put a line through his stable star’s performance in the Group One Flying Five Stakes on Sunday, when he was beaten less than four
Patrick Owens joins Newmarket ranks
Patrick Owens has taken out a licence to start training from the famous Authorized Yard at St Gatien Stables in Newmarket after over 25 years learning his trade. Owens has worked for several big names in the sport including John Gosden and Luca Cumani. Originally from Galway and a successful amateur
Western Victory in charge at Galway
Western Victory galloped her rivals into submission in the featured Deacy Gilligan Irish EBF Mares Hurdle at Galway to win on her first start for trainer Declan Queally. The Westerner mare was making her return to action in Monday’s two-mile-five-furlong contest, having last been seen in Grade One c
Skitter Scatter retired to the paddocks
John Oxx has called time on the racing career of Group One-winning filly Skitter Scatter after she returned lame from her run in the Matron Stakes at Leopardstown on Saturday. The daughter of Scat Daddy won four of her seven starts as a juvenile last season – ending her campaign with a top-level tri
Aidan O’Brien holds strong hand in Galway feature
Simply Beautiful looks the pick of three runners for Aidan O’Brien in the featured Ardilaun Hotel Oyster Stakes at Galway on Tuesday. The grey filly has been knocking on the door in Stakes company during the summer and steps back up in trip for this mile-and-a-half Listed contest at Ballybrit. She c
Plans fluid for Laurens following Leopardstown reverse
Karl Burke feels a succession of races on fast ground may have contributed to Laurens’ defeat in the Matron Stakes at Leopardstown on Saturday. While disappointed Laurens could not add to her impressive tally of six Group One victories, Burke does not think being beaten three lengths into fourth pla
Wed, 18th September 2019
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Wednesday, 18th Sep 2019
Good. , Good to Firm in places. Selective ...
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The ground @GowranPark1 (Saturday) is good to firm, good in places. Selective watering commencing. Dry forecast.
The ground @BallinrobeRaces (Friday) is yielding, yielding to soft in places. Mild & settled.
The ground @Fairyhouse (Monday) is good. Dry until the weekend then turning unsettled.
The ground @NaasRacecourse today remains good, good to firm in places (selective watering).
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The ground @GowranPark1 (Saturday) is good. Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @NaasRacecourse tomorrow remains good, good to firm in places. Selective watering commencing. Dry forecast.
The ground @Galway_Races today is soft, soft to heavy in places following a dry night. Remaining dry today
RAS Twitter @HRI_RAS
The ground @Galway_Races is now soft, heavy in places (Chase & Hurdle).
The ground @NaasRacecourse (Wednesday) remains good, good to firm in places. Monitoring situation with regards to watering
The ground @BallinrobeRaces (Friday) is soft. Mainly dry forecast. All races on outer loop.
The ground @Galway_Races (today & tomorrow) is heavy, soft in places (Chase) & soft, heavy in places (Hurdle & Flat… https://t.co/LC7sLlt6gX
RAS Twitter @HRI_RAS
The ground @Galway_Races is yielding to soft (NH) & soft (Flat). Showers today (approx 4-6mm), turning dry for racing Monday & Tuesday.
The ground @curraghrace today is now good to firm, good in places (Round) & remains good, good to firm in places (S… https://t.co/5psuiZ7OyV
RAS Twitter @HRI_RAS
The ground @NaasRacecourse (Wednesday) is now good, good to firm in places. Monitoring situation with regards to watering.
The ground @Galway_Races is yielding to soft (NH) & soft (Flat). Dry today, showers Sunday (approx 3-5mm), turning… https://t.co/BKwHQhaX0J
The ground @curraghrace tomorrow is now good, good to firm in places (both tracks). Dry today, light showers tomorrow (approx 2-4mm).
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