Bellewstown Thu, 2nd Jul, 2020
Allora Yeats She's been knocking on the door on her last couple of runs,. We decided to switch from blinkers to the visors just so she could see a little bit more as she just lacks a bit of confidence. Now that she has her head in front I think there are definitely a couple of races in her. There is a mile-and-a-half up the Curragh next Friday for her so if she pulls out of this race we'll keep her going while she is in good form. We'll probably go back hurdling with her at some stage and might even go for a beginners chase towards the end of the year with her. She's not ground dependent so we'll have a bit of fun with her all year round with a bit of luck. Hopefully she stays sound now, that's the main thing.
Gowran Park Sat, 7th Mar, 2020
Lady McCabe She's a very consistent mare and hopefully if the handicapper gives her a chance she might pick up another one. She'll probably stay a bit further as well. I'm delighted to get the win out of her as she's a well bred mare. She's by Yeats out of a half-sister to Binocular. It's good for the page. Hopefully she'll pick up another small hurdle somewhere and mightn't do too bad over fences after.