Friday, December 30, 2011

ABBEYFEALE FINALS

Yet another great meeting held at Abbeyfeale.   They are never blessed with the best of weather but
first class coursing is still served up with some great hares.

Lots more photos can be seen on this link

MORE PHOTOS



There was a good turnout....im too short to get a good angle of the crowed but both days was packed with hardy coursing supporters.

Going to Slips for the working members.....and about to have a wonderful day!


Michael Murphy slipping the duffers had a great meeting.....when Michael slipped at
Tralee last weekend he was the third generation of the Murphy family to 
Slip at this great meeting. Im sure we will be seeing much more of Michael 
with slips in hand next season




I think he wanted my hat!



CORN NA FEILE PUPPY
BARRACK BIMBO
Bexhill Eoi x Barrack Court
owned bred and trained by 
Shane and Nial Curtin


Congratulations to the Curtin family on this great win. I saw this lovely bitch win at Loughrea,
I can confirm she is as tough as teak getting plenty of work in the heavy rain and coming back to slips
as fresh as a daisy......this is a very good bitch with a heart to win.
Homebred from the Rith Eile line....that runs Clonmel so well

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CARROWKEAL BENJI
Trajectory x Carrowkeal Rossa

CORN NA FEILE 
ALL AGE

KILLIMOR MATEY
Bexhill Eoin x Graigue Cascade
owner Michael Ryan

I was very please to see Matey coming back to form.....He was running out of his skin in the early rounds at Glin when a hard hunt put paid to his good form. The kennel is in great form yet again
with four good stake wins in two days

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NEWRY LEGEND
Razor Ashmore Tango Time
Newry Legend is in good form at the moment but some self inflicted hardship by stopping a hare from going home put paid to his chance in the final......could make a big show in the Irish Cup



DERBY TRIAL STAKE


GLANMORE ADAM
Bexhill Eoin x Cleanglass Grace
owner
Tom Mulchay
breeder
Jack Mulchay

Excellent win by this nice dog who never put a foot wrong all day
shame Tom missed it!

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CALL HIM NOW
Bexhill Eoin x Bambas Hawkeye
Nice dog from a super litter bred by Peter Mangan......litter brother to the Oaks runner up 


OAKS TRIAL STAKE


YORKVILLE STELLA
Bexhill Eoin x Denham Darkie
owner Pat McCarthy
bred by John McCarthy

 What a smashing bitch.....put up a good buckle in the final at Castleisland against Oaks fav Fives Treasure . from a litter that contains Trial Stake winners Nikies Rio (Charliville) and Listowel Lady (Ballyheigue) also Tralee runner up Denham Og
Could make a big show at Clonmel

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BAMBAS MINNIE
Bexhill Eoin x Bambas Hawkeye
Smashing bitch this.....three times a finalst....bugger!

Fr CASEY MEMORIAL
working members

Killian Sheehan with his working members winner, perhaps a small consolation for 
his dog Captain Dru picking up a muscle tear in the Corn na Feile


KARA PRINCE
Janey Mac Aroo x Longview Ciara
owner Killian Sheeran


GLENASHRONE 

ALLIKNOWIS
Boavista x Waiting to Work

JIMMY O`ROUKE MEMORIAL

BOOMTOWN PADDY
Tynwald Smokey x Leigh Shady







ROSEBERRY OPEN COURSING REPORT


HARRY SCORES IN ROSEBERRY OPEN CUP

26th december

Parker Harry a puppy running in the nomination of Glen Healy and handled by Alan and Sean Quinn from Dublin was the winner of the Roseberry Open Perpetual Cup sponsored by Donal Monahan over the clubs preserves on St. Stephens Day. In what was a great days hunting after a tardy start this Shelbourne Aston whelp a comrade of this years Liscannor Dog Trial Stake winner over came all the obstacles placed in front of him to emerge as the worthy winner. A very nice feature of this win was that 30 years ago Alan’s dad Kevin Quinn RIP. had the privilege of winning in Roseberry so Alan took extra delight in this fine win of Parker Harry’s.

The first brace of Parker Harry and Offshore Hawk were released behind a racing hare on the stroke off Eleven O clock. On the white collar it looked as if the Hawk with the aid of favour was going to get the opening turn but to Harry’s credit he came around on the outside line to nip it by a length. This pair then mixed it evenly in a good course that lasted 25s before puss left the field.
Trip to Aries had a handy lead up to the first turn as his opponent Nama Rama lost sight on the run up. Aries took the opening two turns before this course ended after 12s to leave her well ahead on the handicap for her second round.

Scrap Man and Garryowen Kate had a ding dong battle after being released up the hill and on approaching the opening turn it was Garryowen Kate that pulled out to lead by a length to the only point scored in this course with Kate progressing to the next round after 10s.
Dingle Call and Large Scotch were sent back to slips after failing to sight their quarry. Placed back in slips a stag of a hare emerged from the beat, with both dogs being released in her slipstream it looked as if Dingle was on line but on hitting a hollow on the run up both dogs again lost sight and in turn the Judge Garry Kelly had no option but to disqualify both contestants.

Drumlynn was best away from slips in her course with Bestlaidplans and with the aid of pronounced favour she took the opening turn by two lengths she also got in for the next before puss crossed the bridge heading back in to the previous beat after 12s.
Lobnamna Shauna led Calypso Dream by one to the first score and with both hounds mixing it pretty evenly they were brought on a tour of the lower half of Farrells field in a course that lasted 30s before this strong puss slipped out under the wire and was last seen heading up Cash’s lane. Lobnama had done enough to progress into the next round.

Hold Up and Lurgan Queen were sent back to slips after failing to spot their quarry. Back in slips they were released behind a racing hare that headed straight towards Murphy’s farm yard. In a pulsating workout that the crowd really enjoyed it was Lurgan Queen that earned the most points to gain the flag after 45s.Both these hounds looked very weary once caught by the handlers.
At ten minutes after midday Liffyside Odson led up by three lengths ahead of Nanas Bluebell. Nanas then got in and proceeded in a very jealous fashion to completely outscore her opponent. When this racing puss made her exit after 50s Nanas very deservingly had gained the judges decision despite being led up to the opener.

On the change of beat we headed into the Cush at 12.55hrs with slipper John Doogue walking Parker Harry and Trip To Aries up the field. Up popped the expected hare and once getting both dogs sighted they were released, again on the outside line it was Parker Harry that took the opening points before this hare went into the adjoining field with both dogs in tow. Harry scored again before Aries got in for a brace, with this buckle beginning to get close on the scoring card it was Harry that then put the result beyond doubt with a brace before puss went out onto the golf course after 22s.

Garryowen Kate was sent back to slips as she failed to spot the first hare up the field. Once slipped again she was brought to the top of the field and then over across the next field before being caught after 32s.
Drumlynn led Lobnama Shauna by a tight length for the opening point and in a punishing evenly contested course that ended out on the golf course with the hare skipping around the pond and thus loosing both dogs after 50s. Drumlynn advanced to the semi’s.
With the stock now coming hard and fast it was a credit to all owners and handles in the manner in which they just caught their dogs and headed straight back to slips if they were still in. This was really brought to the fore when you could see Phil Meaney giving Jimmy Darcy a hand in getting Drumlynn back from the golf course and placing her back in slips.

In between all this happening we had two more buckles decided. Lurgan Queen just held on against Nanas Bluebell to gain the opening points and in a very evenly contested course in which both bitches gave their all it was the Queen that advanced to the Semi Final placing with Drumlynn.
The first semi final pairing of Parker Harry and Garryowen Kate were sent off after a stag of a hare that raced straight up the field. Harry led by three and had the best of the rest before this hare made his way past the previous two courses retrieving parties. Once passing out the ditch after 34s it was clear that Harry was the first finalist.

With plenty of game still in front of the beaters it was the sporting owners of both the second semi finalists Drumlynn and Lurgan Queen that placed both dogs in the hands of John Doogue and within twenty seconds a strong running hare made her way past the slipper shy. To both bitches credit they set off after their prey with Lurgan opening up a two length advantage to take the opening score.This hare then made her way to safety with both hounds following her a fair distance away.

With the beat now just in the finalists were placed in slips, no hare emerged so the beat was reversed to come from the railway end. Once set up again a stag of a hare was risen in the stubble field and made her way out into the coursing field with Jimmy Smyth doing Trojan work in keeping her straight. Once slipped it was Parker Harry that showed he was the freshest left in as the gallant Lurgan Queen was not able to live with this winner who took the course with the opening turn taking place up along the ditch line and then puss headed out of the field with Harry still giving chase. The red handkerchief in favour of Parker Harry was raised by Garry Kelly at 14.15hrs to the echos of his followers and also from the beaters who had done fantastic work over the day to bring this meeting to an end.

Thank You to all who helped make this a great days sport over the Roseberry Countryside.
The Clubs Annual draw was made in the Granary Public House after coursing and resulted as follows. 1st Prize Donal Monahan. 2nd Leo Scully, 3rd Caoimhe Lacey O’ Brien and 4th Alan Kelly.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

ABBEYFEALE

Despite a chill breeze there was some excellent coursing on the first day in Abbeyfeale. We look forward to some great coursing today.....Blueview Sam and Cuddly Man standing out in the Puppy Stake, watched by a good turnout.

first day pictures can be seen here but are just loading on now....First Day


CORN NA FEILE PUPPY
Barrack Bimbo 4/1
Blueview Sam 1/2
Cuddly Man 2/1
Carowkeal Benji 3/1

CORN NA FEILE ALL AGE
Girl From Clare 12/1
Lawlee 6/1
Captain Dru 5/1
Killimor Matey 6/4
Newry Legend 2/1
Toast Master 3/1
Ath Dara Lad 4/1
Highland Hawk 5/1

DERBY TRIAL STAKE
Call Him Now 3/1
Crafty Benzo 5/1
Coolavanny Call 5/1
Ballymac Bex 6/4
Glanmore Adam 4/1
Checkpintcharlie 6/1
Conspiring 2/1
Black Rainbow 5/1

OAKS TRIAL STAKE
Portinard Rosie 4/1
Bambas Minnie 2/1
Barrack Becky 3/1
Mustgonow 6/1
Shoot Me Down 5/1
Stick Back 4/1
Yorkville Stella 4/1
Alkala 2/1


Blueview Sam


Wednesday, December 28, 2011

2011 Mooncoin Sem-Finals

NORTH KILKENNY





 RESULTS
DERBY TRIAL STAKE


WINNER
EOIN ROGER 
BEXHILL EOIN ex TULLAMOY LADY
OWNER Mr. Jim Hennessy 
BREEDER Fr. Dan Dunne

RUNNER UP
BAREFOOT WALLY 
WALLACE GREEN ex LADY BELLEVUE

OAKS TRIAL STAKE


WINNER
TULLAMOY TRUMP 
BEXHILL EOIN ex TULLAMOY LADY 
OWNER Fr. Dan Dunne 
BREEDER Fr. Dan Dunne

RUNNER UP
BEAUTYS GILLIAN 
MATT HYLAND ex BEAUTYS HA HA

WALSH ALL AGE CUP

WINNER
WHEEL OF TIME 
BEXHILL EOIN ex SOFT RAIN
OWNER Mr. James O'Brien 
BREEDER Mrs. L. O'Brien

RUNNER UP
MUNGOS CAPTAIN 
CASTLE PINES ex MUNGOS ENSURE

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

2011 Finals from Mooncoin

BORRISOLEIGH CC

Working Members



More pictures from Borrisoleigh can be seen here.....Borrisoleigh

And photos from yesterday at North Kilkenny ......Kilkenny


DERBY TRIAL STAKE


WINNER
KILLEAGH MATT 
Tynwald Smokey ex The Other Sense
OWNER Mr. David Casey
BREEDER Mr. Matthew O'Donnell

RUNNER UP
RED DISCOVERY 
Tynwald Smokey ex La Torre


RESERVE OAKS TRIAL STAKE


WINNER
GLENROCKBLAZE

Cnoc Baile ex Lilo
OWNER Mr. John Guiney
BREEDER Mrs. Ruth Codd

RUNNER UP
CASTLELAWN BECKY 
Bexhill Eoin ex Fishermans Lucky


ALL AGE CUP


WINNER
MOOT POINT 
Matt Hyland ex Miss Preston
OWNER Sir Mark Prescott
BREEDER Sir Mark Prescott

RUNNER UP
MRS JINGLES 
Castle Pines ex Billa Og



PALLAS STAKE


WINNER
CONFUSED MARK
Galway Mark ex Confused Shasa
OWNER Mr. Gerry Manley

RUNNER UP
MASTER PADDY
Cillowen Return ex Key Hill

GLENKEEN STAKE


WINNER
YELLOWTOWN GIRL
Scarty Lad ex Glory Days
OWNER Mr. David O'Mahony

RUNNER UP
RES (A) DROOPYS KAREN

RATHMOY WORKING MEMBERS STAKE

WINNER
ROSMULT HAWK
Westmead Hawk ex Rosmult Lilly
OWNER Mr Patrick Clancy & Mr Thomas Spillane

RUNNER UP
COSCAKOT
Bexhill Eoin ex Brats Delight

2011 Mooncoin Derby TS Round 1

Monday, December 26, 2011

2011 Mooncoin All Aged Bitch Round 1

2011 Mooncoin All Aged Bitch Round 1

ABBEYFEALE DRAW


CORN NA FEILE ALL AGE

Girl From Clare v Cisco Town ;

Lawlee v Rambling Donie ;

Captain Dru v Dunnes Joe ;

Carrigmore Heart v Killimor Matey ;

Newry Legend v Gypsy Rover ;

Toast Master v Knockbrack Eoin ;

Kyle Tanyard v Ath Dara Lad ;

Scattery Bex v Highland Hawk ;




CORN NA FEILE PUPPY

Name Qualified Name Qualified

Awe And Wonder Ennis /Clarecastle v Barrack Bimbo Loughrea ;

Uptown Girl Kilflynn v Misty Herris Ballyduff ;

Rios Girl Ballinagar v Smart Touch Rathkeale ;

Blueview Sam Westmeath Utd v Inthepub Liscannor ;

Cuddly Man Galway & Oranmore v Strike The Lotto Thurles ;

Crafty Denso Gorey v Ashmore Sambo Regional ;

Carrowkeal Benji Mitchelstown v Brannig Rioroyal Milltown Malbay ;

Barrack Eoin Tradaree v Jeru Cavandish Borris in Ossory ;

Reserve

Trionas Joy Glin




DERBY TRIAL STAKE

Call Him Now v Cherrygrove Bolt ;

Leigh Blueboy v Listowel Hero ;

Call Me Bobo v Crafty Benzo ;

Draighean Dubh v Clear Cascade ;

Forever A Joker v City Eoin ;

Derby Ben v Coolavaney Call ;

Best Ahead v Dyna Abbey Mons ;

Ballymac Bex v Harrys Time ;

Glanmore Adam v Gaelforce Wonder ;

Tilford Dream v Woodpark Royal ;

Checkpointcharlie v Breaking Tide ;

Glin View Myers v Mohawk Mojo ;

Strideaway Keano v Spruce Mario ;

Conspiring v Ashmore Master ;

Slippy Daly v Mountain Gale ;

Black Rainbow v Paddys Dilemma ;

Reserves

A Homestead Dash ;

B Baltic Sea ;

C Game Ross ;

D Latest Trick



OAKS TRIAL STAKE

Amyville Kate v Scattery Rose ;

Catypso Katie v Portinard Rosie ;

Bambas Minnie v Cooka Mama ;

Beag Ach Tapa v Car Road ;

Snipefield Clash v Youcouldbelucky ;

Knocknacree Joy v Barrack Becky ;

Sheebeen v Missellenie ;

Mustgonow v Lone Rio ;

Tailteann Rua v Shoot Me Down ;

Wee Cuddie v Swing Rose ;

Up The Kingdom v Isityourself ;

Stick Back v Hammond Lass ;

Fixed Price v Ahamore Mixture ;

Stride on Petal v Yorkville Stella ;

Oilean Smile v Parker Lady ;

Alkala v Joblyn Call ;

Reserves

Lady Casonova ;

Icon Returns ;

Tiocfaidh ar La ;

Barrack Bex ;






Fr.Casey Working Members Stake

Portinad Four v Nicola's Baby ;

Pa Gotta Rattle v Kara Prince ;

Barrack Tico v Best Pleased ;

Tulligoline v Marching Tommy ;

Reserves

No Fee ;





Fr.Casey Working Members Stake

Portinad Four v Nicola's Baby ;

Pa Gotta Rattle v Kara Prince ;

Barrack Tico v Best Pleased ;

Tulligoline v Marching Tommy ;

Reserves

No Fee ;

Jimmy O'Rourke Memorial Stake Owens Rival v Twelvethirtyfive ; Cahera Ruler v Manic Impact ; Knocknasna Later v Lorraine's Flyer ; Boomtown Paddy v Gloreous Hustle ; Reserves Caoimhes Angel ; Manic Royal ;

Glenashrone Stake Tullig Trish v Stride On Baby ; Woodcraft Panther v Way-up-Eoin ; Alliknowis v Paddy's Hotric ; Omega Tom v Collavaney Buzz ; Reserves Barrack Hyland ;

Abbeyfeale Coursing Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th December 2011 - Order Of Running Wed twice through Derby and Oaks Trial Stakes, Corn Na Feile Puppy, once through Corn Na Feile All Age, after Interval. 11.30 Sharp Each Day

2011 All Aged Cup Dogs Round 1

2011 Mooncoin Oaks TS Round 2

2011 Mooncoin Derby TS Round 2

2011 Mooncoin Derby TS Round 2

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

CHAMPION STAKES RUNNERS

If you click on Tab above called Clonmel Runners you will see im trying to compile a list of dogs and bitches in contention for the Champion Stakes.....This is a unofficial list and my not be correct but is a guide only......with pictures of contenders....that I can find in my files

CLONMEL RUNNERS

Monday, December 19, 2011

ARDPATRICK & KILFINANE CC


There was great crowd support for the finals in Ardpatrick,   with some popular winners.
A great roar for the Intertack winner....the Final between Kilmallock and Chareville
turned out a local win

Ardpatrick Pictures



Working Members


All Age Cup
CORN CAISLEAN

BALLYROCK EOIN
BexhillEoin x Gold Flake
Mark Dowling & Tim Cotter
breeder Edward Clancy

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HELENS JET
Droopys Saunders x Lischane Fiery





All Age Bitch


CHERYL
Bexhill Eoin x Belated Legacy
At Last Syn
James Mulcahy breeder

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Kilcummin Lady

Castle Pines x Billa Og


Derby Trial Stake

HUNTERS GLORY
Razor Ashmore x Miss Candyfloss
Kieran Culhane
breeder Pearce O`Hagan

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Derby Smile
Bexhill Eoin x Beautiful Smile




Oaks Trial Stake






GOOD MORNING MAM
O`Flahertys Man x Stop Yawning
Cathal Magee & Kate O`Flaherty
breeder Cathal Magee

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BOOMTOWN HAZEL
Matt Hyland x Best View



Interclub

Kilmallock
HALSBAK
Shinning Town x Vacume Hawkeye
Patrick Treacy & William Muchay
breeder Patrick Treacy

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Charleville
Oh Johnny
Crash x Rings A Chime



Balbec Derby

DARS BEST
Wilton Times x Coshair  Judy
Thomas Reale


RU
GOLD AMIGO
Premier Fantasy x Gold Ciara



Two Course Duffer

VALE GROOVY
O`Flartys Man x Garvan Groovy
Margaret Noonan

RU
Lady Designer
Scarty Lad x Twilight Blues





































Friday, December 16, 2011

DUNDALK CC

Dundalk and Dowdalshill coursing club has a few vacancies in their highly prestigious Corn Cuchulainn. This is an all age event for Dogs and Bitches, drawn separately. The winner receives €3,000 whilst the leading bitch receives the Paddy Carroll memorial cup and an additional €500.
Entries to Gerry Callan             086 898 4707      

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

DRAW FOR RESERVES


BOYLESPORTS.COM DERBY
1 Killimer/Kilrush Fortfield River
2 Ballinagar Capfield
3 Balbriggan Master Jackpot
4 South Clare
5 Cappoquin Loose Chippings
6 Kilflynn Ballymac Bex
7 Waterford Kingsmill Exile
8 Ennis/Clarecastle Donnellans Cross 
9 Dungannon Barahaven Boy
10 Sevenhouses
11 Macroom
12 Doon Killeagh Matt
GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS
1 Castletowngeoghegan
2 Bandon Runaway Blonde
3 Borris In Ossory Lisdaleen Star
4 Charleville Alkala
5 Ballyheigue Listowel Lady
6 Mallow Mount Ruby Sammy
7 East Donegal Feede Blond
8 Borrisoleigh
9 Rathcormac Ballyverry Jess
10 Mooncoin
11 Freshford Newinn All Over
* Gorey Reserve Oaks winner Kingsmill Eve won full TS Enniscorthy

Monday, December 12, 2011

DRAWS PAGE

Ill keep the Draws page upto date with links to Ray Haddons Data Draws and Running orders

Sorry for the lapse

NEWCASTLE WEST


It was a rough enough day and Coursing supporters will have been glad of the super stand that affords a excellent view of the field.....This is always a hugely enjoyable meeting with class runners.  


You can see more photos from this meeting here......CLICK HERE

Im sorry for the poor quality of pictures......the weather was "variable".....:)





DERBY TRIAL STAKE
BALLYBLUE EOIN
Bexhill Eoin x Ballyegan Laura
Seamus Kelly and Joe Gunn

Two super pups met in the final and there was little to split them, in what was, a high quality stake.
Nice to see Ballyblue Eoin pick one up as hes consistanly run so well



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FORDES CROSS
Wallace Green x Cillowen Call



OAKS TRIAL STAKE

MARSHALS  DUCHESS 
Bexhill Eoin x Marshals Pearl
Marie Roche

RU
SOLID CEE BEE
Tynwald Smokey x Make theTurn


MUNSTER CUP

APPLE DREAMER
Trajectory x Raven Vixen
Ann Marie Rogers
breeder James Nolan
trainer Fenton Rogers

RU
HIGHLAND HAWKE
Eoin Rua x Highland Moon



ALL AGE BITCH

FIVES TREASURE
Wallace Green x Daltons Hearsay
Ballyglasheen Syndicate
breeder Eileen Byrne
trainer Declan Byrne

I saw this cracking bitch qualify at Castlisland and she was impressive there....how ever id say shes moved on a gear since and will take some beating in Clonmel.  Always good to see Tipperary men with a smile on heir faces

RU
MUNGOS CERELLA
Dale Boy Blue x Mungos Majestic







WORKING MEMBERS

DERBY BEN
Bexhill Eoin x Chubbys Princess
Michael & Mary O`Sullivan

Young Cormac here with his charge, Derby Ben after winning the Working Members
Cormac knows all about handling good dogs as he helped train Derby Pines before his sale.



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Racenight Maggie




JOHN KELLY DUFFER

GLANMORE AIDAN
Bexhill Eoin x Cleanglass Grace
Tom Mulcahy

RU
GALVINS DUSTER



SURPLUS STAKE

GLASSON LAD
Headbound x Gurrane Beauty
Hannah Barrett

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FOXY LONG TOES

RATHDOWNEY CC




I only attended the first day at Rathdowney but couldnt help but be impressed with the Quality of this years hares.  A big effort is involved during wet weather and these were some of the finest ive seen this year.  Good hares make great meetings.....The final lineup for trial stakes were good quality and the winners worthy of there place in Clonmel.

More Pictures from the first day can be seen here......RATHDOWNEY PICTURES



DERBY TRIAL STAKE


KINGSMILL LARCH
Kingsmill Dynamo x Larchill Lil

Aiden and John Roche

This pup was a ru to his litter brother at Crohane and is well suited to a long hill, as are all the Kingsmill Dynamo runners ive seen this year. A solid performance here to beat some quality runners.  Thats 3 Derby quailfiers now for Dam Larchill Lil....herself a litter sister to Oaks Winner Fortuna



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PILGRIM
Bexhill Eoin x Lucan Diva


OAKS TRIAL STAKE



DALE ROISIN

Eoin Rua x Two Car Trap
Brendan Farrelly

RU
MISS ABBY
Bexhill Eoin x Ballymac Jane




PETER DELANEY CUP

NEEDHAM SKILL
Razor Ashmore x Tango Time
Brendon Matthews



RU
CANTOLACH COCAIM
Droopys Saunders x Fiery Mary




ALL AGE BITCH STAKE

WHYTANYARD ASH
Bexhill Eoin x Whytanyard Jane
Angela Condon

The Condons are in flying form this season with some great performances from their bitches
Two Cups this week adds to the tally....well done

RU
MARYS LADY
Razor Ashmore x Tango Time