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Cafe Con Leche (IRE)
b, br g 2016 Camacho (GB)-Cafe Lassere (USA)(Giant's Causeway (USA))
ts2 Tongue Strap vs2 Visor hd2 Hood es2 Eye Shield ec2 Eye Cover cp2 Cheekpiece bl2 Blinkers tt2 Tongue Tie bf Beaten Favourite on Last Run
The superscript number on headgear bl2 indicates number of times worn. A plus bl+ indicates more than 10 times where as red background bl1indicates first time.
|After race at Limerick Sun, 15th Mar, 2020 (1st) We hacked around, we'd do more at home. He hasn't worked since he won at Clonmel and he loves being fresh,. I was happy to let Darragh (O'Keeffe, on Great Bear) go as slow as he wanted because he used to just about get two miles but he has got stronger now and is more effective in a finish than he used to be. It was a blessing in disguise that he didn't get into Cheltenham as I would have ran him and he had an easy race there so it's great that we're here and great that racing is on. He will be for flat for the summer; he is a big horse and I wouldn't want to run him on quick ground but down the line fences will be his job too. Denis Gerard Hogan|
|After race at Clonmel Wed, 4th Mar, 2020 (1st) I followed the favourite and he stopped down the straight and I won't say I went by him at speed, but I got by him. It was a very ordinary race and he was probably rated to win and he is actually very ground-versatile and has good ground on the flat as well. He didn't feel in love with that ground but I don't think any horse would be. It is sapping, gruelling, sticky, deep and not nice for any horse. There was a lot of sloppy jumping but that's because they are finding it hard to get out of it. He's entered in the Fred Winter next week but I'd say we'll take our time with him. Denis Gerard Hogan|