Punchestown Wed, 30th Sep, 2020
Colonel Mustard We think a good bit of this horse and I'd say he was beaten by a good one in Killarney. He learned a lot from that run, and I wouldn't have run him unless there was cut in the ground but I knew the rain was coming. Aine said he won with plenty in hand. He loves his racing and when they are like that you are halfway there. I'd like to go for a hurdle next. He's five now and I'd like to get on with it. I wanted to get him to the track a year ago but little things went against him like a stone bruise and then we had the lockdown. The time hasn't done him any harm.