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Pointing Success for Papal Bull in Nenagh

Pointing Success for Papal Bull in Nenagh

After three seasons standing in France Papal Bull returned to Ireland in 2019. The stallion is one of the highest rated sons of Montjeu and has won over £500,000 in prize money with wins in the Grade 2 King Edward VII Stakes at Ascot, the Grade 2 Princess of Wales Stakes at Newmarket, the Grade 3 Chester Vase at Chester and the Grade 3 Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury. 

The sire enjoyed his first success of the 2018/2019 point season last weekend in Nenagh with Loughras Breeze.

The Brian McMahon trained mare battled well in hands of Eoin Mahon to defeat the eleven-runner field in the five-year-old and upward mares maiden. Running in the colours of owner/breeder Thomas Vaughan the winner displayed a very game attitude and looks set to become a useful sort under rules.  

Papal Bull also enjoyed success last season with Port Stanley who made a successful transition to the track after winning his four-year-old maiden.

The Colin Bowe trained gelding won the four-year-old maiden at Portrush under the guidance of Barry O'Neill in May 2018. The bay gelding was purchased by Jessica Harrington for £65,000 at the Cheltenham May Sale and has subsequently been placed in both of his bumper starts. Most notably, finishing second behind the Gordon Elliot-trained Envoi Allen on his last run at Fairyhouse in December 2018. Envoi Allen was also steered to success by the Colin Bowe and Barry O'Neill partnership at Ballinaboola point to point in February 2018. 

Papal Bull's progeny also includes successful track horses such as The Jam Man a five-time hurdle winner trained by Ronan McNally. Touch of Gold a four-time winner for trainer Michael Kennedy. Walkabout, a three-time hurdle winner for Gordon Elliot and Code of Law a two-time chase winner for Neill Mullholland. 


To find out more about Papal Bull visit www.coolagown.ie

Address: Coolagown Stud, Fermoy, Co. Cork, Ireland, P61 D320

Telephone 353 25 36642

Mobile: 353 862 314 066

Email:  info@coolagown.ie

 

 

 
 
 

 


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