Monday, January 31, 2011

DERBY SURVIVORS

Boylesports.com Derby


2 CENTRAL CREATOR TRAJECTORY ex WAKE UP KATE


12.89

3 GRAIGUES ECLIPSE BEXHILL EOIN ex GRAIGUE CASCADE




RES A,BRIDEWELL CRAFTY CRAFTY HUGO TEQUILA SUNRISE


N.C.

8 CHINOOK HYLAND MATT HYLAND ex PARTY VICTORY






10 ASHMORE LUCKY BEXHILL EOIN ex CARRICK SAM

12.90

11 NEEDHAM SKILL RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME

13.01



14 DROOPYS BABS JANEY MAC AROO ex DROOPYS SCOTCH

13.11

16 CUSHIE COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY ex CUSHIE MAG

13.10



17 OOLA MAN MATT HYLAND ex BALLYORGAN

12.87

20 KYLE RANGER MATT HYLAND ex BALLYORGAN

12.81



21 GYPSY ROVER JANEY MAC AROO ex MOORSTOWN MIA

13.17

24 HANDBALL HENRY ASHMORE VIEW ex ESHWARY GIRL

12.95



26 COACH BART JANEY MAC AROO ex PLUNKETTS QUEEN

B.T.S 13.47

27 SINCE KYABRAM MATT HYLAND ex GARVAN GROOVY

13.06



30 LOCHBO BLAKE LOCHBO BUTCH ex MOON PHASE

13.13

32 STEPHENS RAY STEPHENS DAWN ex HONEYCOMB TANYA

13.11



34 COOGA BLUE BOY DALE BLUE BOY ex POSITIVE START

13.18

36 COOL STORM MUSICAL TIME ex COOLAVANNY STORM

13.09



38 COSHAIR MAGIC TRAJECTORY ex WAKE UP KATE

12.96

40 CRAFTY HIPPO MOUNTEDEN GUEST ex CRAFTY ARUBO

N.C.



42 CHANCEY SOPRANO TRAJECTORY ex CHUBBYS ACCORD

13.01

43 KILLIMOR MATEY BEXHILL EOIN ex GRAIGUE CASCADE

12.86



46 CENTRAL CITY BALLYMAC MAEVE EX BABY HAZEL

13.04

48 KYLE KING KYLE JAMES ex BALLYBEG FANCY

12.93



49 NEWRY LEGEND RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME

12.70

51 ALLAGHAUN ROVER BEXHILL EOIN ex TUPELE

12.88



53 BOOMTOWN HOTSHOT MATT HYLAND ex BALLYORGAN

13.04

55 SOUND PISTOL MUSICAL TIME ex LEIGH SHADOW

12.87



58 DERBY PINES CASTLE PINES ex CAOIMHES SUSIE

12.77

59 LOCHBO CHUCK LOCHBO BUTCH ex MOON PHASE

13.04



61 SANDYMAN BOLT DROOPYS SAUNDERS ex LEES FRIEND

12.92

64 AGHADOWN MARTIN MATT HYLAND ex LOCHBO POLLY

12.92



OAKS SURVIVORS

Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Day 1 Survivors


A TARTAN HAWKE 13.27

4 CALL HER NOW 12.88



5 LEIGH COUNTESS 12.79

8 NORFOLK NANCY 13.02



9 MAGICAL DELIGHT 12.98

11 TROMORA DARKIE 13.14



13 CISCO TOWN 13.08

16 GADGET GIRL 12.93



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17 ROCK MUSIC 13.33

19 WHY TANYARD ASH 13.10



22 BALLYMAC RUDI 13.08

24 PARTY FLAMINGO 12.99



25 SKELLIG MANIA 12.83

28 BLOMINGBEAUTIFUL 12.95



30 KERCHING 13.10?

31 SUNBEAM BLITZ 12.94



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34 WAKEY WAKEY 13.50

35 GILLOGUE JESS 13.26



38 WINDFARM SWIFT 13.19

39 CAOIMHES CHILL 13.26



42 KILCUMMIN LADY 12.98

43 SKELLIG BABE 13.01



45 CLOGHER ROAD 13.10

47 SKELLIG TIME 13.22



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50 LOUD MUSIC 13.01

51 OMERA 13.03



53 ADIOS ALEXUS 13.31

55 OCEAN TOLULA 13.05



58 GENTLE ANGEL 13.11

59 LYRICS 13.37



61 TAKA DAWN 13.10

64 LOCHBO RUBY 13.22



Long Day

The day started early this morning when Bless started pupping.......so far 4 lovely pups......by Murtys Gang,

Good Luck to you all this morning in Clonmel........hope all your runners come home safeand ready fot the next days coursing

Sunday, January 30, 2011

COURSING PREVIEW

The Coursing Preview Sunday Night will be held at the


Hotel Minela starting at 21.30.

ATTENTION PLEASE

European Animal Rights people are in Ireland for a visit

Please be on your guard at Clonmel.....remember that last video?

 Car reg no. 08 D 38756...


CLONMEL OPEN

News just in (Sunday 30th Jan)




There will be an inspection of the running grounds at 12 Noon at Clonmel Open.



Should the meeting go ahead, the first brace will be going to slips at 12.45pm

Saturday, January 29, 2011

THE EXAMINER

What a excellent Paper this is..........yet another first class article telling us the truth about coursing and what it means to Families and communities

Pasted from todays....


 GODS OWN COUNTRY

GOD’S own country, that’s north Kerry, from Tralee to Tarbert, from Ballybunion to Listowel and to Castleisland beyond.





God’s own people too, close-knit, community-driven, and yet for all that, they’re also outgoing, friendly, hospitable. Right in the heart of it, and personifying all of the foregoing, sits little Lixnaw.



It’s coursing country, north Kerry, has been for millennia, and the tradition is carried on to this day. On Monday next the eyes of the parish will be on Clonmel, the Annual National Coursing Meeting, on the Oaks especially, and on one bitch particularly. Call Her Now is joint-owned by Lixnaw natives John O’Keeffe and Pat ‘Bawn’ McCarthy, trained by John Kelliher in Tralee, and has long been one of the favourites for the Oaks, which carries a very lucrative purse for the winner.



But this isn’t about money, welcome and all as that purse would be in Lixnaw! It’s about prestige, about parish pride, and as the two men from this particular parish — the Examiner — pulled into the spacious yard of the local coursing field to carry out this interview, this quickly became evident.



Riding shotgun to help us locate the field (it’s a couple of miles outside the village, up a tiny boreen) was Patsy Lynch, the renowned ‘clock-man’ from nearby Tralee; there to greet us was John O’Keeffe himself, along with his wife Liz and daughter Julie-Ann, his brother Con and his young son Conor, and local men Maurice Galvin (an uncle of footballer Paul’s, who lives only a stone’s throw away) and Michael Barry; trainer John Kelliher was also there, having brought Call Her Now along for the show.



An impressive animal, without question, beautifully-muscled, lovely lines, and John K has her in peak condition after her brilliant win in he Corn na Féile in Abbeyfeale.



Impressive also was the place itself, the Lixnaw coursing field, owned and developed, lock, stock and covered stand, by the people themselves.



So, in an era when more and more people are inclined to do less and less to help themselves, when central government – so it seems – is expected to provide all things for all men, women and children, how did a little parish like Lixnaw come to own outright one of the finest coursing fields in the country, complete will all facilities?



We’ll let John O’Keeffe start us off: "It was in ‘92 that we bought the field, paid only £40,000 for 15 acres and we have no bad conscience about that, it was the going price! In fact there was another 15 acres going as well and that was the mistake we made, we didn’t buy it all."



Okay, £40,000 for 15 acres was something of a bargain, even back then, but it was also a considerable sum, and for a small coursing club especially.



So, how did they raise the money? "Well, you know Donie O’Connell, the fella who names his dogs backwards? We were coming back from the Kingdom Cup the year after buying it, Donie was having a pint in Ned’s (McElligotts in Abbeydorney), and he says to me – ‘Jaysus ye were brave men! Ye had £35 in yere pockets between ye, and ye spent £40,000 on a field!’



I was quick enough for him – ‘20 or 30 years ago,’ I said to him, ‘Ye sent a man with 900 pound in his pocket to buy a field and he failed!’



And that’s true – they had the money and all, they had the field picked out, and I don’t know what happened but they didn’t get it anyway."



Still hasn’t answered the question though – how DID they raise the money?



"There’s been a Coursing Club in the parish since 1928, and we happened to own the old dancehall in the village – I’m not sure how we came to own it, but we did, and we used to hold our fundraisers for the coursing there down the years. When we bought the field here we sold that, raised a few bob that way.



"Then Martin (Galvin) started a club Lotto, €2 a week, which we shared with the GAA club, six months each every year – that will show you the link between the GAA and ourselves. Clonmel (the ICC) gave us great help too, there was a grant scheme in place at the time, 75% funding, and we took advantage of that – the right men in the right place at the right time!"



Far-sighted and all as the project was, however, ambitious as it was, it met with opposition within the parish. There was the location, for starters, so far outside the village. Couldn’t be helped, says John. "We were already in a fantastic field in the village, over in Ballyhorgan, but what those who were against the move didn’t know we was that we were destined to lose that field anyway. There was nowhere else suitable available — you can’t make a coursing field, it either is or it isn’t, and you can’t put a field in to a village if it’s not there already. We looked around and this was the most suitable place, and thankfully it all worked out."



All that was there originally was the field itself and the farmhouse, which has now been transformed. The house is a multi-purpose affair, with a meeting-room adorned with old photos and newspaper cuttings – history looking over your shoulder, so to speak – along with a kitchen cum dining-room, and a bar of sorts, where we were greeted with a very welcome hot whiskey on arrival.



There’s also a huge car-park, an all-weather gallop, and at the top of the field, a covered stand. "A pile of work," says John, "And a pile of money gone into it, but when it’s broken up over 20 years, it’s not too bad. All voluntary labour too, every bit of it, including the stand, which was put up in the evenings."



"I find them a great club," says Johnny Kelliher; "Wherever you meet them they’re all together, and they pull together, working the one direction, and that makes a huge difference. And they have some great young fellas involved too – when it comes to catching the hares, I’d ask Mark, Johnny’s son ‘Are ye ready?’ ‘Oh, they have the nets all out,’ Johnny would say, ‘Only waiting for the day!’



"I’ve often said, I’d love to live out here, with the dogs. It’s so quiet and peaceful, no noise –an ideal place. I came up here a few years ago with Johnny, coming from a trial somewhere – there were all the hares, lying out on the field, lovely and peaceful. And they get the best of hares here, the very best – I don’t think there was a one of them touched at the meeting this year."



Of course, having a fine field and all the attendant facilities is fine, but of what use if you don’t have dogs to match?



Well, in Call Her Now they certainly have that. From the moment he saw her John O’Keeffe knew she was something special, and so it has proved. She won her own Trial Stake, in Lixnaw, a doubly-celebrated feat in any Coursing Club, then went on to beat the best of the boys when winning the prestigious Corn na Féile in Abbeyfeale over the Christmas, so that now she is second favourite behind only Gadget Girl to go all the way in Clonmel.



"Pat Bawn bought her mother from Bridie Conway in Lixnaw — he bred her, and another man, a friend of his out in Meath, pupped her down for him.



"He told me one day: ‘There’ll be a pup there for you from that litter!’ – I was delighted. He arrived one day from Dublin, a little dog-box on to the back of his Nissan Micra, and this fawn bitch jumped out of it. The very second I saw her I said to myself – ‘There’s something very special about you’.



" She was about seven or eight months at that stage, a real quiet little greyhound, a pet you could say, but there was something special about her from the first time I saw her.



"I can’t explain it, it’s just the way they’re built I suppose.



"I bought my first greyhound in 73, she was a fawn bitch too, a very good bitch, won about 14 races on the track; she was the first one I had that looked so like that one from 73, just something about the way she was built, and this was before I ever ran her."



Her first run out was just a spin, in the first of several meetings on the bounce in north Kerry, in Kilflynn, and without any specialist training she won two rounds there, was denied only by a controversial call in the third.



That’s where John Kelliher came in. "We had a plan, John and myself," says John O’Keeffe; "I didn’t mind working with her while the evenings were still long, but with Kilflynn over she was going to John for full-time training."



And of course John Kelliher knew what he was getting. "She showed a bit in Kilflynn, her first outing. She met a bitch of Lester Power’s in the first round, I was up the field; she walked out of slips, gave up three lengths straight away, and by god didn’t she pick her up about halfway up the field.



She wasn’t as bad to away in the second round, up against Con Guiney’s bitch, came out a small bit better but still Con’s bitch was gone – picked her up again. The further up the field she was going, the better she got."



In other words, made for Clonmel.



It takes an awful lot of hard work and attention to detail to get a dog to Clonmel in peak condition and both Johns were eager to acknowledge the part played by a Corkman - ‘muscle man’ Mick Galvin who makes regular trips to the Kingdom to ensure all is in order with Call Her Now for the Powerstown challenge.



It can be lonely at the top, in certain sports; not in coursing, where friendship abounds even in the cut and thrust of competition, and certainly not in Lixnaw and north Kerry, where John O’Neill, Pat ‘Bawn’ McCarthy and John Kelliher will have not just a whole parish but a whole region behind them, should they reach the final this coming Wednesday. Perhaps, even, the gods will be there.







This appeared in the printed version of the Irish Examiner Saturday, January 29, 2011



ORDER OF RUNNING

National Coursing Meeting


Monday 31st Jan, Tuesday 1st Feb and Wednesday 2nd Feb

Judges: Liam Kelly and John O’Connell

Slippers: Tom Murphy and Richie Quinn



 this years official.....Richie Quinn , John OConnell,  Tom Murphy and Liam Kelly
Start 11.30am each morning.

MONDAY: First Round Oaks. (Interval) First Round Derby. First Round Spirit of Mischief Stakes.

TUESDAY: Second Round Oaks. Second Round Derby. (Interval). Third Round Oaks. Third Round Derby. First Round Kitty Butler Stakes. First Round TA Morris Stakes. First Round Keen Laddie Stakes.

WEDNESDAY: Complete card

KYLE KENNELS


Last week,  I  paid a visit to the kennels of Michael and Marie Fields
Its hard to imagine a more perfect spot for a coursing kennel..........only a mile from the Irish Cup venue
on the outskirts of Patrickswell villiage.......great access to good roads, but set on a peacefull farm 

If you click this link it will take you too a excellent article from the



 

 
Michael & Maire with Clonmel Qualifiers
Ranger...Tanyard ....Basil....King


All qualifiers were looking in outstanding condition . The Fields have had a season you would dream about
all pups were brought in and home reared and their strick rate has been amazing


They long longer farm their land but have full acess for training the dogs
a super 400 yard gallop runs up a nice incline, with ray timing and a drag lure....this is not used all the time.

 


Kyle Basil
Champion Stakes contender

Kyle King
Qualified at Regional
16/1 and in the 3rd quarter

Kyle Ranger
Qualified at Glin
14/1 and in 2nd quarter

Kyle Tanyard
Qualified at Newcastlewest after Newinn Turbos withdrawal
33/1 in the 1st quarter


Kyle Ranger ....full of himself

Select pups are bought in a reared each year


its been a season to dream about


I would like to thank the Fields for my lovely day...........and wish them well at Clonmel

Hare Coursing Classics Club Champion Stakes 2011 preview

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Just a Note

Well the big day is not far away!......Id just like to mention that I saw dogs finish with no collars on in the last two meetings I attended!

Can I draw your attention to this post I did shortly after Clonmel last year.  Some of you may have missed it.  It certainly amazed me when I checked my photos.

Click on this link to see how easily a "loose collar" can upset your chances........

CLICK HERE FOR OLD POST

Hope the luck runs your way at Clonmel

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Hare Coursing BOYLESPORTS DERBY 2011 preview

 Michael McNamara has put together some Clonmel Festival preview videos

Hope they help you face the bookie, s and a big thank you to Michael for all his work through the season
and sharing  generously with us

Hare Coursing Classics Club Champion Stakes 2011 preview

Hare Coursing GREYHOUND & PETWORLD Oaks preview 2011

CLONMEL EFSTIVAL

National Coursing Meeting


Monday 31st Jan, Tuesday 1st Feb and Wednesday 2nd Feb

Judges: Liam Kelly and John O’Connell

Slippers: Tom Murphy and Richie Quinn

Start 11.30am each morning.

MONDAY: First Round Oaks. (Interval) First Round Derby. First Round Spirit of Mischief Stakes.

TUESDAY: Second Round Oaks. Second Round Derby. (Interval). Third Round Oaks. Third Round Derby. First Round Kitty Butler Stakes. First Round TA Morris Stakes. First Round Keen Laddie Stakes.

WEDNESDAY: Complete card
 
 
You will find the draw above
 
Trials run smoothly yesterday ............There are noticeable new imrovements.......There was much though put into a new Slippers Hut .............Then harsh winds blew over the old Hut !
 
The new one is fine indeed and befitting of the premier Coursing Field








Monday, January 24, 2011

KNOCKGRAFFON OPEN

RESULTS


Vincent Scully Memorial Cup



WINNER

12 RHUTA BRIDGE

JUDICIAL BEST ex BEAUFORT BRIDGE

OWNER Soldier-on-syndicate

BREEDER Mr. Patrick Galvin



RUNNER UP

RES A. MRS RIDICULOUS

WHY TANYARDMOON ex PRINCESS TOWN

OWNER Mr Mark Flanagan

BREEDER Mr. Ciaran Flanagan



Munster Open Cup



WINNER

1 CLERIHAN PADDY

JANEY MAC AROO ex DALTONS HERESAY

OWNER Miss Annie Byrne

BREEDER Mr. Paddy Flannery



RUNNER UP

6 SHADOW JAWS

BEXHILL EOIN ex GREAT WHITE

OWNER Mr. Paul Butler & Mr. William Butler

BREEDER Mr. Pat Holland



Sunday, January 23, 2011

KNOCKGRAFFON OPEN

Following an early morning inspection the coursing at Knockgraffon WILL go ahead today.


There is no official change to the starting time (9.30am) but coursing will be delayed until the runners for the first event, the Vincent Scully Memorial Cup, have arrived

Saturday, January 22, 2011

CLONMEL UPDATES

Not long to go Now............Id like to wish all qualifiers well in their efforts to arrive on the Field fit enough to do them selves justice.  

A big thankyou to everyone of you who has purchased photos from me.............Without you there would be no Blog...............The price of Pertrol is killing all of us!

Time for the Final rundown................


THE DRAW

The draw for the 86th National Coursing Meeting will take place in the CLONMEL PARK HOTEL (The Poppyfields, Clonmel, just off the Cahir Road roundabout) on Monday 24th January.



The draw will commence at 7.30pm.
See http://www.clonmelparkhotel.com/


Boylesports.com Derby


WITHDRAWN: New Inn Turbo (Winner, Newcastle West)

REPLACEMENT: Kyle Tanyard (RU, Newcastle West)



WITHDRAWN: Drico (Winner, Enniscorthy)

REPLACEMENT: Shilling Country (RU, Enniscorthy)



Greyhound and Pet World Oaks

WITHDRAWN: Sudden Lilly (Winner, Roscommon)

REPLACEMENT: Killallon Hayes (RU, Roscommon)



WITHDRAWN: Wizard West (Winner, South Clare)

REPLACEMENT: Woodpark Blaze (RU, South Clare)



WITHDRAWN: Musicinmyheart (Winner, Listowel)

REPLACEMENT: Cisco Town (RW Ballyheigue)



•Runner-Up at Listowel won full Oaks TS at Newcastlewest



The connections of the following greyhounds have also indicated that they will not be available for the Champion Stakes and Champion Bitch Stakes due to injury.

MAFI MAGIC

PREVELENCE

CEARC GHOIR

BEAUTIFUL CHRISY




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CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES


1.KYLE BASIL 16PTS 9500euro

2.HIGH AND MIGHTY 14PTS 6000euro

3.MUCKY EAMONN 12PTS 7000euro

4.SOLD THE DREAM 12PTS 5400euro

5.MARCH IS ON 12PTS 5200euro

6.JINGLES 12PTS 2800euro

7.MARSHALS SAFARI 10PTS 5000euro

8.WINDFARM EISCIR 10PTS 4960euro

A.BRAZING SERPENT 10PTS 4800euro

B.BORROWED BLUE 10PTS 3400euro

Mafi Magic, Prevelence and Castlemartyr Lad are not available.



GRACE BRUTON MEMORIAL CHAMPION BITCH STAKES

1.ASHWOOD DEE 14PTS 4450euro

2.KINGSMILL PEARL 10PTS 3300euro

3.CLASS ATTRACTION 10PTS 3200euro

4.NEEDHAM TIME 8PTS 3500euro

5.NOTINDISPUTE 8PTS 3200euro

6.ATLANTIC ASHMORE 8PTS 3000euro

7.QUALITY AND DASH 8PTS 2500euro

8.BECK ROW HYLAND 6PTS 2050euro

A.WHY TANYARD NINA 6PTS 1950euro

B.TOOME BAN 6PTS 1500euro

Beautiful Chrisy,Cearc Ghoir,Jardin Del Mar and So Random are not available



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TRIALS



Hare schooling sessions will be held at Powerstown Park on Monday 24th January and Tuesday 25th January.


Preference given to National Meeting runners.

ID Cards must be produced on the day.



Private ray timing facility available on request. No other timing mechanism permitted




Tuesday, January 18, 2011

MACROOM RESULTS

Photos can be seen here.....MACROOM COURSING


The last chance to qualify ....and it was a glourious days coursing , well run by this friendly club.  Certainly makes you realse how wonderful the country is on a day like that......

I managed to capture a lovely sequence of the hare jumping over the dogs.....ill sort it out when i get 5 mins

Res DERBY TRIAL STAKE

Well done to connections. It was nice to see Mick Enright kick of his first season training with a Clonmel runner



WINNER


29 DANEMA BLUES

TRAJECTORY ex PRETTY TOUCH

OWNER Keating-lillis-syndicate

BREEDER Mr. Peter Quinn



RUNNER UP

16 SHIFT HYLANDER

MATT HYLAND ex SHIFT THE INK

OWNER Mr. Neily Jones

BREEDER Mr. Neily Jones



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER


20 GLANMORE SUSAN

CILLOWEN HARBOUR ex FIRE OF INAGH

OWNER Mr Thomas Mulcahy

BREEDER Mr. Thomas Mulcahy



RUNNER UP

15 DELIGHTFUL SAMI

WHY TANYARDMOON ex BROWN ELLEN

OWNER Mr. Fergus Flynn

BREEDER Mr. Brian Sheehan



All Age Cup




WINNER


11 DISCIPLINE

MURTYS GANG ex INCREDIBLE

OWNER Mr. Tadg O'Sullivan

BREEDER Mrs. Marie O'Sullivan



RUNNER UP

7 UPOURDAT

ASHMORE VIEW ex COOGA MOLL

OWNER P-s-c-syndicate

BREEDER Mr. Shane McLoughlin








Monday, January 17, 2011

CHAMPION STAKES FINAL STANDINGS

CHAMPION STAKES


1.KYLE BASIL 16PTS 9500euro

2.HIGH AND MIGHTY 14PTS 6000euro

3.MUCKY EAMONN 12PTS 7000euro

4.SOLD THE DREAM 12PTS 5400euro

5.MARCH IS ON 12PTS 5200euro

6.JINGLES 12PTS 2800euro

7.MARSHALS SAFARI 10PTS 5000euro

8.WINDFARM EISCIR 10PTS 4960euro

9.BRAZING SERPENT 10PTS 4800euro

10.CASTLEMARTYR LAD 10PTS 3900euro

Mafi Magic and Prevelence are not available.



CHAMPION BITCH STAKES

1.ASHWOOD DEE 14PTS 4450euro

2.KINGSMILL PEARL 10PTS 3300euro

3.CLASS ATTRACTION 10PTS 3200euro

4.NEEDHAM TIME 8PTS 3500euro

5.NOTINDISPUTE 8PTS 3200euro

6.ATLANTIC ASHMORE 8PTS 3000euro

7.QUALITY AND DASH 8PTS 2500euro

8.BECK ROW HYLAND 6PTS 2050euro

9.WHY TANYARD NINA 6PTS 1950euro

10.TOOME BAN 6PTS 1500euro

Beautiful Chrisy,Cearc Ghoir,Jardin Del Mar and So Random are not available.

RESULTS 16th Dec

ROSCOMMON

 A cracking white Hare was sent up the field before the Finals........always a great sight.

What super fercilities this club enjoys...........and a great Field


RESULTS


Derby Trial Stake




WINNER

17 LOCHBO BLAKE

Yet another qualifier for Lochbo Butch.........starting to get noticed and this was a fine winner who will enjoy the long strech at Clonmel




LOCHBO BUTCH ex MOON PHASE

OWNER Mr Martin Spillane

BREEDER Mr Patrick McNamara



RUNNER UP

14 RUNAWAY MOJO

COURT HOUSE ex SIMPLIU

OWNER Master Ronan Sweeney

BREEDER Mrs. Brigid Frank



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER


14 SUDDEN LILLY

MURTYS GANG ex LOUGHSHORE LILY

OWNER Mr. Brian Loughnane

BREEDER Mr. Patrick Devlin



RUNNER UP

27 KILLALLON HAYES

BEXHILL EOIN ex PUMPKIN HAYES

OWNER Mr. Bobby O'Connor & Mrs Marie Thompson

BREEDER Mrs. Marie Thompson



Castlerea Stakes




WINNER

Congratulations go to the Roche family ...........enough points now in the bag and its off to Clonmel.....Well done.

5 MARSHALS SAFARI


BE OVER QUICK ex MARSHALS CHELSEA

OWNER Ms. Ciara Roche

BREEDER Mr. David Flanagan



RUNNER UP

9 BIG MANS BLUFF

MULTIBET ex FLORRIES A LADY

OWNER Mr Aidan Tynan

BREEDER Miss Florence Tynan







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SEVEN HOUSES

See more photos from Sevenhouses here..........SEVENHOUSES PHOTOS

All reports are this was a Top Class meeting............certainly there was excellent coursing on the first day dished up by Slippers Doyle


Reserve Derby Trial Stake




WINNER

9 CONFIDENT MARVIN


CASTLE PINES ex WHY TANYARDKITTY

OWNER Mr. Jeremiah Kerins

BREEDER Mr. Jeremiah Kerins



RUNNER UP

20 TORY HILL EOIN

BEXHILL EOIN ex WHY TANYARD JANE

OWNER The-tory-hill-syndicate

BREEDER Mrs. Angela Condon



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER

14 CUMBAWN ELLEN


BEXHILL EOIN ex GALBALLY ROSE

OWNER Mr. Brian Sheehan & Mr Donal Keating

BREEDER Mrs. Frances Fielding



RUNNER UP

18 SHAUNANNE STAR

EOIN RUA ex MULTIBETTY

OWNER Mr. Terence Gollogly & Mr. Stephen Gollogly

BREEDER Mr. Liam O'Keeffe



Seamus Hughes Memorial Cup



WINNER

17 CARRIGMORE HEART


CARRIGMORE BECKS ex FAST LOSER

OWNER Mr. Patrick Coffey & Miss. Aoife Coffey

BREEDER Mr. Patrick Coffey



RUNNER UP

5 MOONVEEN AFFAIR

JUDICIAL AFFAIR ex MOONVEEN ELLEN

OWNER Mrs. Judy Mackey

BREEDER Mrs. Judy Mackey

Sunday, January 16, 2011

ROSCOMMON

ROSCOMMON DAY 1


ALL AGE CUP

Brazing Serpent

Ballycasey

Marshals Safari

Chancey Eoin

Big Mans Bluff

Colossal Storm

La Madrina

Lets Sing Along



DERBY TRIAL STAKE

A Natural (a)

Winter Time

Beechgrove Blue

Runaway Mojo

Lochbo Blake

Spy Fontaine

Lumberedwithlar

Newberry Bob



OAKS TRIAL STAKE

Skule Hill Lady

Lotus Flyer

Jeru Abu

Sudden Lilly

Grading Bubbles

Yadontbewell

Killallon Hayes

Slick Snowy

Saturday, January 15, 2011

RESULTS

SEVENHOUSES

There was great coursing to be seen at Sevenhouses today.  This is one of the countries best Fields and the fercilities are as good as anywhere....The worst of the weather held off. and the hares were as good as ive seen this year

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DAY 1 SURVIVORS


Reserve Derby Trial Stake



2 BIG FORM BEXHILL EOIN ex ITELLYOUMIKEY

5 KIERANS TANGO RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME



9 CONFIDENT MARVIN CASTLE PINES ex WHY TANYARDKITTY

15 BLACK AS PORTER JANEY MAC AROO ex GENTSTOWN JUMPER



20 TORY HILL EOIN BEXHILL EOIN ex WHY TANYARD JANE

23 ILL HOP IT WHY TANYARDMOON ex HIGH CAESAR



27 SAILING AWAY BEXHILL EOIN ex MARINERS SUSIE

32 DE CZECH EXPRESS LATE LATE SHOW ex TYRUR ABBIE



Oaks Trial Stake



1 MOONVEEN MELBA BEXHILL EOIN ex MOONVEEN ELLEN

6 AUTOGRASS LADY CASTLE PINES ex BARRACK JOY



9 PUMPKIN AVIVA BEXHILL EOIN ex PUMPKIN HAYES

14 CUMBAWN ELLEN BEXHILL EOIN ex GALBALLY ROSE



18 SHAUNANNE STAR EOIN RUA ex MULTIBETTY

21 MAYS TOCAS BEXHILL EOIN ex JEFFYS TOCAS



26 ROURKES DAISY WINDFARM ex REEKIE DAISY

29 CAROLINA CRYSTAL BEXHILL EOIN ex BRIEF STAR



Seamus Hughes Memorial Cup



1 RIO INFERNO CILLOWEN RETURN ex FIERY MAID

5 MOONVEEN AFFAIR JUDICIAL AFFAIR ex MOONVEEN ELLEN



10 RAZOR ASH TULLAMORE ex RAZOR LADY

14 GENEROUS EOIN RUA ex CODE PEARL



17 CARRIGMORE HEART CARRIGMORE BECKS ex FAST LOSER

21 FIONNTRA DINNY TRAJECTORY ex GENTSTOWN STORM



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KILCREEVIN / BALLYMOTE


Derby Trial Stake




WINNER

19 BALLYHILL TENET

BALLYMAC MAEVE ex BABY HAZEL

OWNER Mr. Richard D. Gilroy

BREEDER Mr. Erwin Birkmyre



RUNNER UP

14 KILBEACANTY JOE

BEXHILL EOIN ex FEVER PITCH

OWNER Mr. Ian Mccarthy

BREEDER Mr. Maurice McCarthy



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER

4 CLOGHER ROAD

JANEY MAC AROO ex JERU

OWNER Mr Alphonsus Tubridy & Dr. P. O'Kelly

BREEDER Miss Jenna M. O'Donoghue



RUNNER UP

10 NEW ERA

JANEY MAC AROO ex ARDNALEE ORLA

OWNER Brian-o'Donnell-syndicate

BREEDER Mrs. Eileen Ryan





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TUBBERCURRY

Derby Trial Stake




WINNER

15 NEEDHAM SKILL

RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME

OWNER Mr. Brendan Matthews

BREEDER Mr. Brendan Matthews



RUNNER UP

8 HIGHLAND HAWK

EOIN RUA ex HIGHLAND MOON

OWNER Mr. James O'Donovan & Mr. Jack O'Donovan

BREEDER Mr. James O'Donovan



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER

28 SKELLIG MANIA

MATT HYLAND ex DENMANIA

OWNER Mrs. Rose O'Driscoll

BREEDER Mr. Harry Findlay



RUNNER UP

13 CRAFTY PINERO

MOUNTEDEN GUEST ex CRAFTY ARUBO

OWNER Mr. Brian Divilly & Mr. Peter Divilly

BREEDER Mr. Brian Divilly











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BALLYMENA

Derby Trial Stake




WINNER

12 NEWRY LEGEND

RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME

OWNER Mr. Brendan Matthews

BREEDER Mr. Brendan Matthews



RUNNER UP

7 BALLYHILL SELES

BALLYMAC MAEVE ex BABY HAZEL

OWNER Mr. Richard D. Gilroy

BREEDER Mr. Erwin Birkmyre



Oaks Trial Stake



WINNER

10 FLAGFIELD SWIFT

WINDFARM ex REEKIE DAISY

OWNER Mr. Gerry Flynn

BREEDER Mr. Mick Enright



RUNNER UP

1 GINGERBREAD LADY

TULLAMORE ex VACUME RUNAWAY

OWNER Master Naoise O'Callaghan & Ms. Sarah Dempsey

BREEDER Mr. Dermot O'Sullivan



Ulster Cup



WINNER

3 HIGH AND MIGHTY

BEXHILL EOIN ex HOLLYHILL BLONDE

OWNER Mr. Kieran Flynn & Mr. Michael Boland

BREEDER Mr. Sean Bleeks



RUNNER UP

DODO DEAL

WINDFARM ex REEKIE DAISY

OWNER Mr John Mccallin

BREEDER Mr. Mick Enright

LATEST STANDINGS

CHAMPION STAKES

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1.KYLE BASIL 16PTS 9500euro

2.MUCKY EAMONN 12PTS 7000euro

3.SOLD THE DREAM 12PTS 5400euro

4.MARCH IS ON 12PTS 5200euro

5.JINGLES 12PTS 2800euro

6.WINDFARM EISCIR 10PTS 4960euro

7.BRAZING SERPENT 10PTS 4800euro

8.HIGH AND MIGHTY 10PTS 4500euro

9.CASTLEMARTYR LAD 10PTS 3900euro

10.BORROWED BLUE 10PTS 3400euro

Mafi Magic and Prevelence are not available.



CHAMPION BITCH STAKES

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1.ASHWOOD DEE 14PTS 4450euro

2.KINGSMILL PEARL 10PTS 3300euro

3.CLASS ATTRACTION 10PTS 3200euro

4.NEEDHAM TIME 8PTS 3500euro

5.NOTINDISPUTE 8PTS 3200euro

6.ATLANTIC ASHMORE 8PTS 3000euro

7.QUALITY AND DASH 8PTS 2500euro

8.BECK ROW HYLAND 6PTS 2050euro

9.WHY TANYARD NINA 6PTS 1950euro

10.TOOME BAN 6PTS 1500euro

Beautiful Chrisy,Cearc Ghoir,Jardin Del Mar and So Random are not available

Thursday, January 13, 2011

FOR SALE

As its puppy selling time again ive started up the For Sale page

Its Free!....so if you have any pups....saplings or all age dogs you wish to sell just fill out the contact form on the Right of the blog ....with your add and ill place it on the blog for you

FIRST DAY SURVIVORS

BALLYMENA
DAY 1 SURVIVORS


Derby Trial Stake



2 MURPHYS ELBO COURT HOUSE ex SIMPLIU

7 BALLYHILL SELES BALLYMAC MAEVE ex BABY HAZEL



9 SIBERIAN PRINCE MATT HYLAND ex PARTY VICTORY

10 MONTALTO HYLAND MATT HYLAND ex LOCHBO POLLY



12 NEWRY LEGEND RAZOR ASHMORE ex TANGO TIME

14 ASHMORE TURBO BEXHILL EOIN ex CARRICK SAM



Oaks Trial Stake



1 GINGERBREAD LADY TULLAMORE ex VACUME RUNAWAY

7 CENTRAL DANCER DROOPYS SAUNDERS ex WAKE UP TIME



10 FLAGFIELD SWIFT WINDFARM ex REEKIE DAISY

14 ANAM CHARA JANEY MAC AROO ex CLASSY NOTE



Ulster Cup



3 HIGH AND MIGHTY BEXHILL EOIN ex HOLLYHILL BLONDE

6 LIKELY TREBLE MANIC MOVER ex STOP YAWNING



10 DODO DEAL WINDFARM ex REEKIE DAISY

13 CENTRAL MENTOR BEXHILL EOIN ex CHUBBYS OG



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KILKREEVIN /BALLYMOTE
DAY 1 SURVIVORS


Derby Trial Stake



4 GEORGE THE BOY DALE BLUE BOY ex DALE TYRANT

8 FAIR FINGAL BEXHILL EOIN ex FINGAL GOSLING



10 CLICKS GLORY JANEY MAC AROO ex LILS GLORY

14 KILBEACANTY JOE BEXHILL EOIN ex FEVER PITCH



19 BALLYHILL TENET BALLYMAC MAEVE ex BABY HAZEL

21 LIBRO AMARILLO TRAJECTORY ex CHUBBYS ACCORD



26 FOXS BOW JANEY MAC AROO ex ORONA

31 GRANSTOWN SAM BEXHILL EOIN ex HOLLYOAK RAYANA

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