Selections for Fairyhouse – March 5th 2021

1.35: RAMBRANDTJIC (PAUL TOWNEND/WILLIE MULLINS) 2.05 COREY LORD – EW – (BRIAN HAYES/PHILP FENTON) 2.40: DAPHNE MOON (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 3.15: ANNIEGUIRE (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 3.50: GAULOIS (JODY MCGARVEY/JOHN HANLON) 4.20: OLD TOWN GARDE (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 4.50: MR BERCOW – EW – (KEITH DONOGHUE/JIM DREAPER) 5.20: WA WA – EW – (DENIS O’REGAN/DAVID CHRISTIE) Continue reading Selections for Fairyhouse – March 5th 2021

Selections for Navan – Feb. 21st 2021

1.05: COKO BEACH (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 1.40: ENVOL PERJI (SIMON TORRENS (5)/LIZ DOYLE) 2.15: GLOBAL EQUITY (JJ SLEVIN/JOSEPH O’BRIEN) 2.47: DARASSO – EW – (JJ SLEVIN/JOSEPH O’BRIEN) 3.25: MINELLA ESCAPE (RACHAEL BLACKMORE/HENRY DE BROMHEAD) 4.00: LUCKY TENNER (KEVIN SEXTON/PETER FAHEY) 4.35: RAJUN CAJUN (PAUL TOWNEND/MATT SMITH) 5.10: GINTO (JAMIE CODD/GORDON ELLIOTT) Continue reading Selections for Navan – Feb. 21st 2021

Selections for Fairyhouse – Jan. 16th 2021

12.00: YOUMDOR (PAUL TOWNEND/WILLIE MULLINS) 12.30: ROSEYS HOLLOW (MARK WALSH/JONATHAN SWEENEY) 1.05: MIGHTY MEGSIE – EW – (ROBBIE POWER/JESSICA HARRINGTON) 1.40: ALOHAMORA – EW – (KEVIN BROUDER/JAMES NASH) 2.15: BEL AMI DE SIVOLA – EW – (BRYAN COOPER/GORDON ELLIOTT) 2.50: PORT STANLEY (ROBBIE POWER/JESSICA HARRINGTON) 3.25: AGENT BORU – EW – (BRIEN KANE (5)/TOM GIBNEY) 4.00: VISCOUNT GORT (PAT TAAFFE (7)/HENRY DE BROMHEAD) Continue reading Selections for Fairyhouse – Jan. 16th 2021

Another day, more for Mullins but Henry hogs the big one

By ten past twelve today, Willie Mullins had another two winners on the board – one in both Limerick and Leopardstown. Both courtesy of horses breaking their maidens who would’ve been expected to have done so before now. One of which was the instigation of a treble for owners Joe and Marie Donnelly. The black and amber silks were carried to success on a brace of occasions across the water in recent days also – most notably via Shiskin – but in my view, their most impressive victory was that of Ramillies in the concluding contest close to the Dublin … Continue reading Another day, more for Mullins but Henry hogs the big one