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Sixth point success for Mahler's progeny this season

Mahler sired his sixth point-to-point winner of the 2018/19 season on Sunday when Aloneamongmillions, enjoyed debut success at Ballyragget on Sunday for Sam Curling and Pa King.

Owned by Tessa Foreman, the six-year-old gelding ran out a four-length winner over the Brian McCarthy-trained Kildrum. 

Mahler has produced many Irish pointers which have succeeded on the track including Ms Parfois, Ornua and Delusionofgrandeur. 

The Anthony Honeyball-trained Ms Parfois ran in the Midlands National at Uttoxeter on Saturday finishing up second behind Potters Corner. The eight-year-old has won six times on the track accumulating over £140,000 in prize money. 

The chestnut mare began her career in Irish points, winning her four-year-old maiden at Boulta for Martin Hassett and Jane Davis.  

Ornua ran in the Arkle at Cheltenham last week but unfortunately fell at the sixth. The Henry de Bromhead-trained gelding has won five races under rules to date including the Grade 3 Ballymore Novices' Chase at Roscommon in October last year. 

The eight-year-old had two-point-to-point runs in Ireland, winning on his second start at Rathcannon for Joey Casey and Richie Deegan back in 2016. 

The Sue Smith-trained Delusionofgrandeur recorded six successes on the track and accumulated over £60,000 in prize money. The bay gelding won his five-year-old debut in the hands of Jamie Codd at Ballinaboola for Ger Hourigan. 

The son of Galileo stands at Beeches Stud for a 2019 stud fee of €5,500.  

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Weekend Meeting Updates - 11th Dec

Borris House was found to be fit for racing on Friday however Tattersalls & Boulta have both been cancelled.

Closing date for Down Royal & Limerick Hunters Chase

The entries for both the Down Royal Hunters Chase and the Limerick Hunters Chase will close on Tuesday 20th December at 12 noon.

Earlier start time for all three of the weekend's fixtures

Action at Borris House, Boulta and Tattersalls will now get underway at 11am on Sunday morning.


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