7yo B G WINGED LOVE – CLASSICAL BEAUTY (SUPREME LEADER)
Hunt: Fermanagh (H)
|Breeder:||Mr M. Coughlan|
The seven-year-old made all to win his second Hunter Chase of the year for handler David Christie.
The seven-year-old completed a memorable evening for his owners at the seaside course with victory under Barry O'Neill.
The card also features a point-to-point bumper which was won last year by Bob Olinger whose connections are out to follow up again.
The former Grade 1 American National hero had to settle for second behind Winged Leader at Portrush.
The David Christie-trained gelding justified his odds-on favouritisim when capturing the 2m 3f contest.
Like A Demon, Samurai Cracker and Winged Leader are amongst the horses set to line up for the two miles and three furlongs contest.
20-time points winner Longhouse Music is among the entries for the 2m 4f contest.
O’Neill rattles off four-timer as Danjaman saunters home.
Winged Leader bids to follow up on his win at Kirkistown.
The Co. Fermanagh handler has an embarrassment of riches in the open division this season and has an update on them.
Holymacapony has a ‘brightfuture’ after storming home.
Six Irish raiders are represented across four races at Stratford`s Hunter Chase meeting on Friday.
There are a number of Irish challengers amongst the entries for Stratford`s Hunter Chase evening.
The 2m7f Hunters Chase at Down Royal is due off at 17:05
A host of exciting prospects are entered in the two Hunter Chases and two p2p bumpers set to place next week.
10 of the 17 entries stand their ground in the Remus Uomo Hunters Chase at Down Royal on Saturday.
Barry O’Neill extending his advantage at the top of the riders table, riding a double on the day at Ballinaboola which was initiated by Telmesomethinggirl.
It was a red-letter-day for handler Ashleigh and owner Michael Murphy of Redbridge Stables, as the pair enjoyed a double on the day.
For the second year in succession, leading mare Sliabh Mhuire Lass was turned over at short odds in the A One Tyres mares’ open.