5Oscar gelding who cost EUR40,000 at the Goffs Land Rover sale last year; first foal and dam was a point-to-point and bumper winner herself; horses such as the smart Loosen My Load in the pedigree and stable commands huge respect in these contests; one to consider.
Mr J J Codd/G Elliott
4Windsor Knot gelding who cost EUR20,000 at the Goffs Land Rover sale last year; fifth foal and he is a half-brother 1m 2f Flat winner/2m hurdles winner and dual chase winner To The Sky; stable is in flying form of late and has sent out five winners this month, including a treble at Galway on Tuesday.
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Ms N Carberry/N Meade
3Purchased at Goffs last November for EUR21,000; sixth foal and is a half-brother to the useful Tilabay who won on the Flat and over hurdles; is reported to be going well at home and any positive vibes in the market should be taken very seriously from a stable that has sent out two winners in the last week.
Mr D O'Connor/D Hogan
2Made EUR30,000 at the Goffs Land Rover sale last year; seventh foal who is a brother to point-to-point winner Ma Cranky; just one bumper winner from yard's 14 runners thus far this season.
Mr T Hamilton/J P O'Brien
1Made EUR52,000 as a yearling but never made it to the track on the Flat and was subsequently sold for EUR5,000 at Goffs last November; Flat pedigree and he is a half-brother to 6f/7f winner Dancealot; champion amateur on board and an interesting recruit to national hunt racing.
Mr P W Mullins/T Mullins
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