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Almost that time of year again when it all kicks off. Only a few weeks away! It really does come around very quick. Anybody heard of any super pups that are burning up the gallops already? Does anybody know if last years Oaks heroine will be in action again this winter?? I really fancy the chances of the Matthews kennel having yet another champion stakes winner this season in the form of derby pines. Sound pistol should also be noted for all age cups this season, a very fast hound also. Any other dark horses for all ages that might have slipped under the radar as pups last season??
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Report Anaglogs Daughter January 23, 2012 1:27 PM GMT
No i am not steinbeck nothing to do with Bord Na Con or bookmakers
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 23, 2012 1:27 PM GMT
CLONMEL DERBY Draw Mon/Tues/Wed 30/31st Jan & 1st Feb 2012
****.COM DERBY

Reserves (in order):
CAPFIELD: MASTER JACKPOT: WOOD HYLAND:
BALLYMAC BEX: KINGSMILL EXILE: DONNELLANS CROSS :
BARAHAVEN BOY : DUSTYS BLUEBOY : BREAKING TIDE

1 : BRANNIG RIOROYAL Tynwald Smokey ex Leigh Shady
2 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set

3 : MONTALTO KING Bexhill Eoin ex Kingsmill Blonde
4 : BELATED BIRTHDAY Tynwald Smokey ex Belated Legacy

5 : INDEPUB Shelbourne Aston ex Parker Doll
6 : BALLYMORE BOB Bexhill Eoin ex Spice One

7 : WINDGAP LAR Court House ex Clerihan Daisy
8 : CHARLEMONT MILLS Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil

9 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose
10 : ASHMORE SAMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam

11 : BRINDLE MAN Razor Ashmore ex Dillrock Nina
12 : KINGSMILL LARCH Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil

13 : EOIN ROGER Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady
14 : DROOPYS EURO Kingsmill Dynamo ex Global Call

15 : INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf
16 : LOYAL LAND Matt Hyland ex Strideaway Smurf

17 : BAHAMIAN KID Ballymac Maeve ex Itellyoupatsy
18 : HUNTERS GLORY Razor Ashmore ex Miss Candy Floss

19 : WISE CALL Kingsmill Dynamo ex Hollyoak Pegasus
20 : PRIME EXAMPLE Bexhill Eoin ex Call Up

21 : KILLEAGH MATT Tynwald Smokey ex The Other Sense
22 : SWANKY MATT Matt Hyland ex Swanky Queen

23 : TOCK TICK Bexhill Eoin ex Marwood Type
24 : ARDFERT PETER Bexhill Eoin ex Silent Mac

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
26 : ESHWARY SEA Sandy Sea ex Itellyoumikey

27 : HOPES AND DREAMS Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord
28 : YELLOW RIVER Razor Ashmore ex Miss Candy Floss

29 : BALLYBLUE EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Ballyegan Laura
30 : GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord

31 : LOOSE CHIPPINGS Tynwald Smokey ex La Torre
32 : GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory

33 : ALL IN JO Murtys Blaze ex Shes A Dazzler
34 : SAFE HYLAND Matt Hyland ex Liosarinn Chorus

35 : GLANMORE ADAM Bexhill Eoin ex Cleanglass Grace
36 : TOM BAWN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose

37 : SKELLIG WISH Matt Hyland ex Beyond Tivoli
38 : FORTFIELD RIVER Eoin Rua ex Fortfield Blonde

39 : PATH OF PEACE Bexhill Eoin ex Call Up
40 : OFFSHORE EOIN Eoin Rua ex Inspiring

41 : OUTER CIRCLE Wallace Green ex Tango Time
42 : STRIKE THE LOTTO Galway Mark ex Dukeries Fern

43 : ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm
44 : SERENE DILEMMA Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma

45 : NICKIES RIO Bexhill Eoin ex Denham Darkie
46 : TORRE AIR Tynwald Smokey ex La Torre

47 : UPTOWN ABU Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma
48 : SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl

49 : CRAFTY DENSO Vacume Legend ex Crafty Montico
50 : FASCINATOR Bexhill Eoin ex Bambas Hawkeye

51 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
52 : BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio

53 : BARRACK EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Crafty Kalisto
54 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru

55 : CUINE BOY Kyle James ex Garbally Glory
56 : CUDDLY MAN Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

57 : VACUME COOL DUDE Bexhill Eoin ex Vacume Blonde
58 : FACE THE NATION Murtys Blaze ex Angelical Girl

59 : MASTER MC HUGH Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
60 : BLACKPOOL SWANK Matt Hyland ex Cudham Specks

61 : HERE COMES HARRY Kingsmill Dynamo ex Hollyoak Pegasus
62 : ASHMORE MASTER Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam

63 : AFTERTIMING Bexhill Eoin ex Butlers Mary
64 : CAROWKEAL BENJI Trajectory ex Carrowkeal Rossa

GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS

Reserves (in order):
VOLGA FLOW: RUNAWAY BLONDE: LISDALEEN STAR:
ALKALA: LISTOWEL LADY: MOUNT RUBY SAMMY

1 : FIERY SUNSET Bexhill Eoin ex Fiery Ruby
2 : TILT YOUR SKIRT Bexhill Eoin ex Tilt Your Kilt

3 : FEEDE BLOND Eoin Rua ex Strawberry Blond
4 : KINGSMILL EVE Kingsmill Dynamo ex Global Call

5 : CUSHIE VICTORIA Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa
6 : MISTY HERRIS Droopys Saunders ex Misty Hazel

7 : GAISCE MOR Bexhill Eoin ex Rith Gan Gaisce
8 : BLAZING DILEMA Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma

9 : MOORSTOWN MERSEY O Flahertys Man ex Garvan Groovy
10 : CLASHNEVIN LILL Razor Ashmore ex Lils Glory

11 : GALLIE Bexhill Eoin ex High Caesar
12 : MULBOY GIRL Bexhill Eoin ex Mardine Blonde

13 : YOUR SYMBOLIC Bexhill Eoin ex Killucan Betty
14 : EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma

15 : BOMBSHELRIAPANTS Kingsmill Dynamo ex Hollyoak Pegasus
16 : MAGICAL SOPHIE Bexhill Eoin ex Brats Delight

17 : WISE LADY Kingsmill Dynamo ex Hollyoak Pegasus
18 : BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin ex Rith Gan Gaisce

19 : SILENT CAROL Bexhill Eoin ex Silent Mac
20 : SPRING HAWK Razor Ashmore ex Kilpeacon Petals

21 : SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin ex Ballymore Trick
22 : BARRACK BIMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Barrack Court

23 : LADY BOMBSHELL Wilton Time ex Coshair Judy
24 : FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green ex Daltons Heresay

25 : LAUGHING LADY Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times
26 : CARROLLSDESQUARE Dale Blue Boy ex Beautys Outlaw

27 : AWE AND WONDER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord
28 : NAUGHTY LADY Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Princess

29 : YORKVILLE STELLA Bexhill Eoin ex Denham Darkie
30 : SHAUNANNE FLYER Murtys Gang ex Multibetty

31 : GOOD MORNING MAM O Flahertys Man ex Stop Yawning
32 : DAISYCUTTER Bexhill Eoin ex Gallant Daisy

33 : GALLANT SUCCESS Murtys Gang ex Tipsy Woman
34 : UPTOWN ANGEL Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma

35 : TURN THE TIDE Tynwald Smokey ex Make The Turn
36 : OILEAN SMILE Bexhill Eoin ex Beautiful Smile

37 : TRIOANAS JOY Bexhill Eoin ex Ballymac Jane
38 : OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin ex Bambas Hawkeye

39 : MOAT MICHELLE Bexhill Eoin ex Easy N Sweet
40 : GLENVALE KATIE Sandy Sea ex Itellyoumikey

41 : RIOS GIRL Ballymac Maeve ex Itellyoupatsy
42 : SWING ROSE Razor Ashmore ex Miss Candy Floss

43 : JERU MELODY Siena Steel ex Jeru
44 : LET ME CALL Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

45 : PERFUME Innocent Man ex Coshair Leara
46 : AMYVILLE KATE Janey Mac Aroo ex Longview Ciara

47 : CAREFUL HOLLY Eoin Rua ex Inspiring
48 : COFFEE IN CURROW Bexhill Eoin ex Shanavulin Queen

49 : TULLAMOY TRUMP Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady
50 : COME ON VIVIENNE Razor Ashmore ex Kilpeacon Petals

51 : ARISE MY LADY Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
52 : ROSIE HEDGE Cushie Theory ex Wee Rose Garden

53 : BALLYMORE POLLY Bexhill Eoin ex Ballymore Trick
54 : BEAUTIFUL HONEY Bexhill Eoin ex Beautiful Smile

55 : CAPETOWN LUCY Murtys Gang ex Smokey Blossom
56 : ALAINN Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady

57 : HOLY LADY Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady
58 : DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua ex Two Car Trap

59 : GORTMELIA SWEET Bexhill Eoin ex Easy N Sweet
60 : CASSIEBEAG Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

61 : RAVEL GLORY Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam
62 : MARSHALS DUCHESS Bexhill Eoin ex Marshals Pearl

63 : CLOVERHILL SANDY Wallace Green ex Princess Town
64 : COOLALOUGH AINE Wallace Green ex Early To Work

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES

Reserves (in order): KYLE RANGER: KYLE TANYARD

1 : CAESAR MUSIC Droopys Caesar ex More Music
2 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time

3 : KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy
4 : HIGH AND MIGHTY Bexhill Eoin ex Hollyhill Blonde

5 : PAY ME Bexhill Eoin ex Uptown Smurf
6 : DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy

7 : RIGHTTOGOWRONG Bexhill Eoin ex Ready To Sleep
8 : DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch

GRACE BRUTON CHAMPION BITCH STAKE

Reserves (in order): CAROLINA CRYSTAL: MUNGOS CERELLA

1 : WHY TANYARDPENNY Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane
2 : BEAUTIFUL CHRISY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect

3 : PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options
4 : SOUTHSIDE TESS Murtys Blaze ex Southside Trif

5 : WHY TANYARD ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane
6 : PARTY FLAMINGO Matt Hyland ex Party Victory

7 : CHERYL Bexhill Eoin ex Belated Legacy
8 : CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 23, 2012 1:31 PM GMT
BOYL3SPORTS DERBY 2012 BETTING
EXTERNAL LINK EACH WAY: 1/2 ODDS - PLACES 1,2.

BERKIE BROWNE - MOB: 086-2512264  Betbrowne.com

1 BRANNIG RIOROYAL Miltown-Malbay 66/1
2 SMART TOUCH Rathkeale 20/1
3 MONTALTO KING Templetuohy 50/1
4 BELATED BIRTHDAY Cork 12/1
5 INDEPUB Liscannor 28/1
6 BALLYMORE BOB Edenderry 25/1
7 WINDGAP LAR New Ross 14/1
8 CHARLEMONT MILLS Crohane&Killenaule 40/1
9 LIXNAW EOIN Old Kilcullen 50/1
10 ASHMORE SAMBO Regional 14/1
11 BRINDLE MAN Wexford 33/1
12 KINGSMILL LARCH Rathdowney 33/1
13 EOIN ROGER North Kilkenny 25/1
14 DROOPY'S EURO Ballymena 25/1
15 INDIA RIO Rathcormac 33/1
16 LOYAL LAND Dundalk 66/1
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17 BAHAMIAN KID Carlow 33/1
18 HUNTERS GLORY Ardpatrick/Killfinane 25/1
19 WISE CALL Knockgraffon 20/1
20 PRIME EXAMPLE Abbeydorney 16/1
21 KILLEAGH MATT Borrisoleigh 40/1
22 SWANKY MATT Ballyduff 16/1
23 TOCK TICK Loughrea 40/1
24 ARDFERT PETER Clonakilty 28/1
25 BLUEVIEW DAN Trim 16/1
26 ESHWARY SEA Ballyheigue 33/1
27 HOPES AND DREAMS Glin 12/1
28 YELLOW RIVER Cavan 33/1
29 BALLYBLUE OWEN Newcastlewest 28//1
30 GAFFNEY RANGER East Donegal 40/1
31 LOOSE CHIPPINGS Dungarvan 33/1
32 GO HOME HARE East Donegal 10/1
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33 ALL IN JOE Nenagh 25/1
34 SAFE HYLAND Mallow 50/1
35 GLANMORE ADAM Abbeyfeale 40/1
36 TOM BAWN Tralee 40/1
37 SKELLIG WISH Fermoy 25/1
38 FORTFIELD RIVER Castleisland 33/1
39 PATH OF PEACE Listowel 14/1
40 OFFSHORE EOIN Lixnaw 10/1
41 OUTER CIRCLE Enniscorthy 20-Jan
42 STRIKE THE LOTTO Thurles 50/1
43 ARDMORE BUTCH Westport 66/1
44 SERENE DILEMMA Freshford 16/1
45 NICKIES RIO Charleville 50/1
46 TORRE AIR Limerick City 25/1
47 UPTOWN ABU Roscommon 12/1
48 SOLID MONK Mooncoin 8/1
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49 CRAFTY DENSO Gorey 50/1
50 FASCINATOR Bandon 33/1
51 ARISE SIR MARK Cashel 33/1
52 BUEVIEW SAM Westmeath 14/1
53 BARRACK EOIN Tradaree 66/1
54 JERU CAVENDISH Borris-in-Ossory 20/1
55 CUINE BOY Galbally 50/1
56 CUDDLY MAN Galway/Oranmore 12/1
57 VACUME COOL DUDE Castletowngeoghan 33/1
58 FACE THE NATION Millstreet 33/1
59 MASTER MCHUGH Johnstown 20/1
60 BLACKPOOL SWANK Clonmel/Killshellan 66/1
61 HERE COMES HARRY Tubbercurry 20/1
62 ASHMORE MASTER Kilcreevin/Ballymote 10/1
63 AFTER TIMING Glanworth 25/1
64 CAROWKEAL BENJI Mitchelstown 20/1

RESERVES:
CAPFIELD Donnellans Cross
MASTER JACKPOT Barahaven Boy
WOOD HYLAND DUSTYS BLUEBOY
BALLYMAC BEX BREAKING TIDE
KINGSMILL EXILE
 

GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS 2012
Each Way: 1/2 Odds - Places 1, 2.

Name Qualified Price
1 FIERY SUNSET Roscommon 14/1
2 TILT YOUR SHIRT Liscannor 25/1
3 FEEDE BLOND Tubbercurry 25/1
4 KINGSMILL EVE Enniscorthy 10/1
5 CUSHIE VICTORIA Old Kilcullen 25/1
6 MISTY HERRIS Ballyduff 33/1
7 GAISCE MÓR Killimer/Killrush 12/1
8 BLAZING DILEMA Doon 25/1
9 MOORSTOWN MERSEY Dundalk 40/1
10 CLASHNEVIN LILL Nenagh 33/1
11 GALLIE Johnstown 25/1
12 MULBOY GIRL Cavan 25/1
13 YOUR SIMBOLIC Balbriggan 25/1
14 EMMAS GOLDRUSH Cappoquin 16/1
15 BOMBSHELRIAPANTS Crohane & Killenaule 33/1
16 MAGICAL SOPHIE Cashel 25/1
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17 WISE LADY Mitchelstown 40/1
18 BOSSA NOVA BABE Westport 20/1
19 SLIENT CAROL Tralee 25/1
20 SPRING HAWK Dungannon 25/1
21 SOMETHING QUICK Edenderry 25/1
22 BARRACK BIMBO Loughrea 8/1
23 LADY BOMBSHELL Tradaree 50/1
24 FIVES TREASURE Castleisland 8/1
25 LAUGHING LADY Dungarvan 20/1
26 CARROLLSDESQUARE Fermoy 50/1
27 AWE & WONDER Ennis 20-Jan
28 NAUGHTY LADY Abbeydorney 66/1
29 YORKVILLE STELLA Abbeyfeale 25/1
30 SHAUNANNE FLYER Sevenhouses 25/1
31 GOOD MORNING MAM Ardpatrick/Killfinane 40/1
32 DAISYCUTTER Waterford 33/1
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33 GALLANT SUCCESS Rathkeale 25/1
34 UPTOWN ANGEL Kilflynn 25/1
35 TURN THE TIDE Lixnaw 40/1
36 OILEAN SMILE Millstreet 25/1
37 TRIONA'S JOY Glin 16/1
38 OH BANBA Limerick City 25/1
39 MOAT MICHELLE Carlow 33/1
40 GLENVALE KATIE Westmeath 14/1
41 RIO'S GIRL Ballinagar 33/1
42 SWING ROSE Ballymena 16/1
43 JERU MELODY South Clare 33/1
44 LET ME CALL Macroom 25/1
45 PERFUME Regional 33/1
46 AMYVILLE KATE Galbally 40/1
47 CAREFUL HOLLY Clonakilty 16/1
48 COFFEE IN CURROW Thurles 25/1
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49 TULLAMOY TRUMP North Kilkenny 20/1
50 COME ON VIVIENNE Galway/Oranmore 20/1
51 ARISE MY LADY Listowel 25/1
52 ROSIE HEDGE Wexford 50/1
53 BALLYMORE POLLY Templetuohy 25/1
54 BEAUTIFUL HONEY Cork 25/1
55 CAPETOWN LUCY Knockgraffon 16/1
56 ALAINN Miltown-Malbay 10/1
57 HOLY LADY Clonmel/Killsheelen 10/1
58 DALE ROISIN Rathdowney 33/1
59 GORTMELIA SWEET Trim 33/1
60 CASSIEBEAG Glanworth 16/1
61 RAVEL GLORY East Donegal 8/1
62 MARSHALLS DUCHESS Newcastlewest 28/1
63 CLOVERHILL SANDY New Ross 33/1
64 COOLALOUGH AINE Kilcreevin / Ballymote 33/1

RESERVES:
VOLGA FLOW MOUNT RUBY SAMMY
RUNAWAY BLONDE GLENROCKBLAZE
LISDALEEN STAR BALLYVERRY JESS
ALKALA BIGWOOD VIRGINA
LISTOWEL LADY NEWINN ALLOVER



GRACE BRUTON CHAMPION BITCH STAKE

WHY TANYARDPENNY Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane 8/1
BEAUTIFUL CHRISSY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect 6/4

PORTINARD NINE Trrajectory ex Four Options 6/1
SOUTHSIDE TESS Murtys Blaze ex Southside Trif 6/1
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WHY TANYARD ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane 6/1
PARTY FLAMINGO Matt Hyland ex Party Victory 6/1

CHERYL Bexhill Eoin ex Belated Legacy 3/1
CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 3/1

Reserves:
CAROLINA CRYSTAL
MUNGOS CERELLA

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES

NAME DETAILS PRICE
CAESAR MUSIC Droopys Caesar ex More Music 7/4
WHITESTONE RAJ Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time 5/2

KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy 3/1
HIGH AND MIGHTY Bexhill Eoin ex Hollyhill Blonde 5/1
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PAY ME Bexhill Eoin ex Uptown Smurf 8/1
DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy 7/2

RIGHTTOGOWRONG Bexhill Eoin ex Ready to Sleep 5/1
DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch 5/1

Reserves:
KYLE RANGER
KYLE TANYARD
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 25, 2012 4:46 PM GMT
The following greyhounds have been officially withdrawn from the 2012 National Coursing Meeting.

B0YLESPORTS.COM DERBY
Montalto King
Capfield

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES
High And Mighty
Report kavvie January 25, 2012 7:44 PM GMT
bit of a headache for icc re reserves for champion stakes..same owner as kyle king owns the 2 reserves..
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 27, 2012 5:38 PM GMT
The following greyhounds have been officially withdrawn from the 2012 National Coursing Meeting.

****.COM DERBY
Montalto King
Capfield (res)
Charlemont Mills
Serene Dilemma

GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS
Listowel Lady (res)
Kingsmill Eve

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES
High And Mighty
Report ReimerpYsatnaf January 27, 2012 5:42 PM GMT
What happened to Kingsmill Eve??
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 27, 2012 5:44 PM GMT
NATIONAL COURSING MEETING

Monday 30th Jan, Tuesday 31st Jan and Wednesday 1st Feb.

Start 11.30am each day.

Judges: Liam Kelly and John O’Connell

Slippers: Martin Murphy and Richard Quinn

Monday:

11.30 am Starts with Oaks.

Then Interval.

Then The Derby.
and
Spirit of Mischief Stakes.

Tuesday:
Oaks,
Derby.


Interval.

Oaks
Derby
Kitty Butler Stakes
T.A Morris Stakes
Keen Laddie Stakes
.

Wednesday: Complete Card
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 27, 2012 5:46 PM GMT
If advance ticket sales are any indication then there should be a huge crowd at Powerstown Park next week for the 87th National Coursing Meeting.

There was a huge uptake on the facility to book tickets on-line and the ticket centre at Davis Road report that ticket sales are way up on the last few years.

The special 3 Day Admission Tickets will remain on sale up to close of business tomorrow but must be booked through and collected from Davis Road.
Normal Admission will be taken at the turnstiles on all 3 days.

It is expected that tickets for the Lodge Gate Car Park will be sold out by lunch time tomorrow (Friday) as less than a handful remain. Once again these must be collected from Davis Road by close of business.

Local hoteliers and guest houses also report that bookings are very heavy and the No Vacancy sign has gone up on most establishments
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 28, 2012 9:39 AM GMT
Barracks are well drilled

By Diarmuid O’ Flynn

Saturday, January 28, 2012

"You have to have a dream," says David Curtin; "Everyone needs a dream."

Forty years ago David bought a hillside farm just outside his native Tournafulla, over 100 acres of very challenging land. But David had a dream, and decades later he and his wife Noreen (and nowhere was partnership ever more true than working the land back then) were able to turn over a thriving dairy-farm to son Shane.

Modern milking parlour, concreted yards, everything spotless, spick and span. David and Noreen, a Clare native, retired to a cosy new stone-walled house at the edge of the farm, Shane and his new wife Michelle moved into the old family home but modernised it, Michelle using her design touch to enhance what was already there.

Rearing a family of four, carving a future from those hills, there wasn’t much David could do in the way of socialising but he did have one cast-in-stone annual break – the National Coursing Meeting in Clonmel. Late January/early February, the calm before the storm on a dairy-farm, the days before the hectic calving season kicks off, every year for the last 52 years David would head for Clonmel; for the last 38 of those years he would make a short holiday of it, staying with a few buddies in Hearn’s Hotel. It became his routine, his annual holidays.

This week the routine changes. One of the regular quartet of friends will be missing, David’s great friend Patrick O’Sullivan having passed away over the Christmas; his hearty company is sorely missed. The second major change, however, is joyous, very joyous.

In Clonmel this year the Curtin family will have two contenders, one in the Derby (Barrack Eoin) and one in the Oaks (Barrack Bimbo, Barrack the kennel prefix); one of those – Barrack Bimbo — is a live contender.

Though only 32, Shane is the breeder and trainer, a job he combines with the farming. It’s not that he wanted to make a fortune at it, though with hard work and a little luck a fella can make a few bob; no, this was love.

"When I first came home for good after I finished school I was more into going away for the weekend than anything else — when you’re younger you’re more interested in nights out than days out walking dogs!

"But then I got into the dairy-farming and I got into the dogs. I always loved dogs, bought my first dog from my Communion money! My uncle, Connie Curtin, was actually beaten in the semi-final of the Irish Cup in 76, Way Up Swanky.

"I suppose it was because of him really that I got into it, he was a fanatic. I was brought to the track, I was brought coursing, I was brought to the gallops. He’d always give me a pup or two so I’d always have some bit of an interest — that got me into it, and I’ve stayed with it more or less all the way up along."

There’s another reason also for Shane getting into dogs. "As a farmer I could get up there at six in the morning, do my work all day, and not meet a sinner from one end of the week to the other. Dogs give you an interest." They also give you something else. "When you’re winning, when you have a Trial Stake winner especially, it’s easy to stay interested but sure you’d always be dreaming anyway, walking the roads with a dog on a lead – those dreams shorten the walk."

Another man with a dream is Niall Curtin, Shane’s younger brother; no, it’s not of finally making it onto the Limerick senior hurling championship team, having tasted success with the All-Ireland U-21 team of 2002 (prospective brother-in-law Andrew O’Shaughnessy, engaged to their sister Eimear, was the star of that team).

"If John Allen came looking for me at this stage we’re in real trouble," he laughs. Niall, you see, is the full owner of Barrack Bimbo.

"Beginner’s luck," he says, "My first dog. I’d have gone to Clonmel a couple of times over the years, gone to the odd coursing meeting, but I’d never have shown the same interest in it as Shane. But Shane had a well-bred litter of pups, asked me if I’d be interested in buying one of them, have a bit of craic out of it, and I said ‘fair enough’. Well, I’m hooked on it now."

"He had a unique kind of selection process," says Shane; "There’s a passage in along by their dog-run and when the pups were about 12 weeks old he got them all gathered down in one corner and took off on a sprint up the road, as fast as he could — the first one up to him, that was the one he picked!"

"It worked, didn’t it?" counters Niall; "She did have a bit of a kink in her tail and I thought the lads were trying to pull a fast one on me, trying to persuade me to go with her — she was a nice-looking dog alright, only for that break in the tail. They told me that would make no difference and I wasn’t sure if they were trying to make a fool of me or not — they weren’t!"

They’re a warm family, the Curtins of Tournafulla, from a warm community, though that community and that way of life is coming under increasing pressure. The recession is having a devastating effect, two-thirds of the starting 15 from the team that ran eventual champions Garryspillane very close in the county senior hurling quarter-final of 2005 are now scattered around the globe, five of them helping Br. Pearses to the London Intermediate championship of 2010.

Law changes are also impacting. "There was a time when a man worked the land ‘til he wasn’t able anymore," says David, who – like his two sons – is as lean and fit as any of the greyhounds in training – no quads on this farm!

"But if a farmer retires now and is caught helping out on his own farm, he can lose his pension – I can take a spade and help my neighbour next door but I can’t lift a hand here!"

The drink driving laws also have a penal effect. David is lucky, he has family and anyway is only on the outskirts of the village, but many of his friends don’t enjoy the same convenience, can’t afford the taxi-fares either; they are now imprisoned in their own homes. "The village is gone very quiet," says Shane, "Local bars are really under pressure, struggling to stay going."

And still that life endures, rural Ireland battling on. "You have to have a dream," says David Curtin; "Everyone needs a dream." To so many people, Clonmel and its annual National Coursing Meeting offers that.

Long may it thrive, long may the Curtins of Tournafulla and families and places like them thrive


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Report kavvie January 28, 2012 9:54 AM GMT
great coverage of clonmel in examiner and kerryman.pity the sporting press isnt following suit
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 28, 2012 2:46 PM GMT
Sportingpress.ie

Sam, Dreams in demand for Derby crown
BLUEVIEW SAM and Hopes And Dreams have both attracted attention with the sponsors for next week’s B0ylesports Derby at Powerstown Park.
They laid €2,000 each-way Blueview Sam at 14-1 and €2,000 at the same price Hopes And Dreams. The pair have been cut to 12-1.
Report kavvie January 28, 2012 3:06 PM GMT
id say oyu will get 14s either mon morn ?
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 29, 2012 12:00 PM GMT
Irish Coursing Club

Lovely and bright day at Powerstown Park. Great sense of anticipation about the place.
The Powerstown Park staff and local committee have the place looking superb. The new boxing shed worked really well at the trials. It is now almost parallel with the Slippers Hut. Hares run a straight line into it from the back run. Before they had to do a full right hand turn into the old boxing shed.

The field on the right as you drive into the Owners & Trainers car park is back in action too for handlers to walk and exercise their dogs. Big drainage job done on it during the summer. New addition is a bridge that brings you right into slips from this field. It will be well signposted on the day.

Came across Nigel Quinn cleaning the windows in the Club Stand. No doubt he was thinking of what might have been. Had a comrade of Cuddly Man, Cassiebeag, Laughing Lady and Let Me Call but alas he will be watching the action from the stands. However himself and his great friend Christy Browne will celebrate on Wednesday if Maughera Times throws a Classic winner.

As I’m chatting to Nigel a tractor and trailer pass by the Club Stand with a huge load of sallys. If the hares manage to get through all of these they will give the greyhounds a mighty run for their money next week. They are eating hay this year too. Top quality hay. The lads tell me it smells so nice you would eat it yourself. It is a nail biting time though for the local committee. They won’t relax until every hare makes it home safely under the escape.

Down below the vans from the catering company are moving in. Stocking up the shelves. Fair play they are doing a really good deal on the Soup and Sambo this year. Only €7, was €8.50 last year. Fine big mug of homemade soup too. Their Hot Steak Baquette with sautéed onions & relish goes down a treat at Thomond Park so if it’s good enough for Munster it should be well worth a try.

Back in the office we get word that Charlemont Mills is out of the ****.com Derby. Heartbreak for Kevin & Carol Rooney. They bought him after his trial stake win at Crohane. He was known as Battstreet Tiger then. Bad news for them but good news for Wood Hyland who comes in as reserve.
Not long later Michael O’Donovan is on the phone. The rumours about the local hope Serene Dilemma are true and he is unable to take his place in the Derby. A few days ago Liam Dowling rang to know what time on Monday he would get his trial for the reserve D Ballymac Bex. Now he is in the Derby.
And then the first big casualty of the Greyhound & Pet World Oaks. 10/1 shot Kingsmill Eve ruled out through injury. Many pundits thought she could give Michael Fitzpatrick & the Roches an Oaks trophy to go beside the one from Dynamo’s Derby win in 2009. The reaction of John Scully owner of Reserve A Volga Flow on hearing the news spoke volumes about how genuine coursing people are. “Kingsmill Eve gone ?. That is very sad for the connections. I was so looking forward to her meeting Fiery Sunset on Tuesday morning, two great bitches”.

As I leave the office I see the Presentation Jackets which Kathleen from Greyhound & Pet World sent up last week. DJ has already reminded me not to forget them on Wednesday. He was in Kilsheelan last November when I had a panic attack after realising I had left the jackets at home. I will have them in Powerstown ok but who will be wearing them ????
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The Powerstown Preview. Hotel Minella. 9.30pm tonight.

Admission Free.

Followed by Light Refreshments and Heavy Hors d’oeuvres

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The following greyhounds have been officially withdrawn from the 2012 National Coursing Meeting.

B0YLESPORTS.COM DERBY
Montalto King
Capfield (res)
Charlemont Mills
Serene Dilemma

GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS
Listowel Lady (res)
Kingsmill Eve
Alainn

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES
High And Mighty

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Report kavvie January 29, 2012 12:58 PM GMT
il be there for the preview(and the "light" refreshments!!).great evening at the minella and once you go one year you wont miss it...see you there!!
Report Distant View January 30, 2012 1:08 PM GMT
4/1 co favs Emmas Goldfish, Fives Treasure and Ravel Glory now.
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 3:31 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Round 1 Results

1.   FIERY SUNSET Bexhill Eoin X Fiery Ruby   1284
3.   FEEDE BLOND Eoin Rua X Strawberry Blond 1275
5.   CUSHIE VICTORIA Bexhill Eoin X Moat Elsa    1256
8.   BLAZING DILEMA Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1280

10.   CLASHNEVIN LILL Razor Ashmore X Lils Glory 1259
11.   GALLIE Bexhill Eoin X High Caesar   1300
14.   EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261
16.   MAGICAL SOPHIE Bexhill Eoin X Brats Delight 1270

17.   WISE LADY Kingsmill Dynamo X Hollyoak Pegasus 1267
19.   SILENT CAROL Bexhill Eoin X Silent Mac 1280
22.   BARRACK BIMBO Bexhill Eoin X Barrack Court 1271
24.   FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green X Daltons Heresay 1244

26.   CARROLLSDESQUARE Dale Blue Boy X Beautys Outlaw 1283
27.   AWE AND WONDER Bexhill Eoin X Chubbys Accord    1276
29.   YORKVILLE STELLA Bexhill Eoin X Denham Darkie    1267
31.   GOOD MORNING MAM O Flahertys Man X Stop Yawning    1277

34.   UPTOWN ANGEL Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1273
36.   OILEAN SMILE Bexhill Eoin X Beautiful Smile 1285
38.   OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin X Bambas Hawkeye 1276
39.   MOAT MICHELLE Bexhill Eoin X Easy N Sweet 1285   

41.   RIOS GIRL Ballymac Maeve X Itellyoupatsy 1276   
43.   JERU MELODY Siena Steel X Jeru   1287
46.   AMYVILLE KATE Janey Mac Aroo X Longview Ciara 1292
47.   CAREFUL HOLLY Eoin Rua X Inspiring   1272

50.   COME ON VIVIENNE Razor Ashmore X Kilpeacon Petals 1279
52.   ROSIE HEDGE Cushie Theory X Wee Rose Garden 1283
53.   BALLYMORE POLLY Bexhill Eoin X Ballymore Trick    1276
55.   CAPETOWN LUCY Murtys Gang X Smokey Blossom   1269

58.   DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap 1278
60.   CASSIEBEAG Johnny Casanova X Maughera Times 1292
61.   RAVEL GLORY Bexhill Eoin X Carrick Sam    1253
64.   COOLALOUGH AINE Wallace Green X Early To Work 1271
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 3:33 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Round 1 Results

2.   SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set 1255
4.   BELATED BIRTHDAY Tynwald Smokey ex Belated Legacy 1264
6.   BALLYMORE BOB Bexhill Eoin ex Spice One nc
8.   WOOD HYLAND Matt Hyland ex Cudham Perfect [RESERVE C] 1260

10.   ASHMORE SAMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam 1279
11.   BRINDLE MAN Razor Ashmore ex Dillrock Nina 1275   
14.   DROOPYS EURO Kingsmill Dynamo ex Global Call 1268
15.   INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf 1255

17.   BAHAMIAN KID Ballymac Maeve ex Itellyoupatsy 1348(offline)   
20.   PRIME EXAMPLE Bexhill Eoin ex Call Up 1251
21.   KILLEAGH MATT Tynwald Smokey ex The Other Sense   1265
24.   ARDFERT PETER Bexhill Eoin ex Silent Mac 1264

25.   BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio   1247
27.   HOPES AND DREAMS Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord  1250
29.   BALLYBLUE EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Ballyegan Laura   1263
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255

34.   SAFE HYLAND Matt Hyland ex Liosarinn Chorus 1284
36.   TOM BAWN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose 1315
37.   SKELLIG WISH Matt Hyland ex Beyond Tivoli 1251   
40.   OFFSHORE EOIN Eoin Rua ex Inspiring 1256

41.   BALLYMAC BEX Bexhill Eoin ex Fleetwood Denise [RESERVE D] 1266
44.   KINGSMILL EXILE Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil [RESERVE E] 1260
46.   TORRE AIR Tynwald Smokey ex La Torre 1290
48.   SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl 1273

49.   CRAFTY DENSO Vacume Legend ex Crafty Montico   1263
52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244
54.   JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru 1272
55.   CUINE BOY Kyle James ex Garbally Glory   1262

58.   FACE THE NATION Murtys Blaze ex Angelical Girl 1292
59.   MASTER MC HUGH Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio   1273
61.   HERE COMES HARRY Kingsmill Dynamo ex Hollyoak Pegasus   1261
63.   AFTERTIMING Bexhill Eoin ex Butlers Mary    1278
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 3:34 PM GMT
25.   BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio   1247

52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 3:36 PM GMT
Happy http://i.imgur.com/iJF2f.jpg
Report Distant View January 30, 2012 3:50 PM GMT
That was a right mess in the Ashmore Master buckle. The dogs went up wearing the wrong collars.
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 4:37 PM GMT
And who's fault is that? I presume the owners?
Report GLASGOWCALLING January 30, 2012 4:56 PM GMT
THANKS FOR THE UPDATES ANAGLOGS......GLASGOW.  Happy
Report Distant View January 30, 2012 5:11 PM GMT
The slip steward got a bollocking so I assume that is where the blame lay.
Report BJG January 30, 2012 5:37 PM GMT
Gwan the treasures - big run in the mornin for her tho Plain
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 30, 2012 6:32 PM GMT
I hear Fangio was involved.... What is it with that man controversy follows him everywhere
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 8:13 AM GMT
Absent friends remembered in stories and treasured memories


Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The early-morning grey mist over Powerstown Racecourse didn’t in any way dampen the spirits yesterday morning, opening day in Clonmel of the 87th annual National Coursing Meeting.

Old friends from all over the country – and beyond – meeting and warmly greeting at one of Ireland’s great sporting occasions. As ever, however, there were also absent friends, those who for various reasons, didn’t make it. Some have passed on, with us now in spirit only; some have reached a stage where attendance at this stamina-sapping all-day three-day outdoor event is no longer an option; some were merely out for this year only. Even as those in the sizeable attendance settled down to the day’s sport, however, all were fondly remembered.

So it was that Brendan Matthews and his clan, his kids and their kids, had a thought for their much-loved family matriarch, Anna, taken so suddenly from them during the last year. So it was that those of us who cover this event spoke fondly of veteran journalist Gerry McCarthy, he of the encyclopaedic knowledge of coursing and Clonmel but unable to tog off for this one due to illness. And so it was that we speak this morning of Tess Power.

Tessie featured in these pages before – in fact, along with husband Tom and son Lester, she’s one of the regulars. Their hospitality at the national meeting is legendary, a hot-whiskey stop to battle the cold first thing every morning for many, get the blood flowing. Tom is the quiet-spoken half of this relationship; Tess? Well let’s put it this way – Tessie Power has strong opinions, is ready to express them, and isn’t at all reluctant to use a bit of colourful emphasis.

Never was, in fact, according to Tom. "When she was still only a schoolgirl, the teacher lived across the road from them and said to her one day – ‘Tessie, you may take home my books for me today’ – ‘You may f***in’ bring them home for yourself!’ Even at that age she didn’t care about anyone."

She was a legendary figure, not just in Clonmel but at every local coursing meeting over the years up and down the country. Everyone has their own favourite Tessie Power story to tell, but everyone too began with the same rider – "But you couldn’t print it!" Tom tells a tale of a fella in the neighbourhood; word got out that he was beating his wife, so Tess got together with another formidable lady and – well, without getting into details, let’s just say that guy suffered his own comeuppance at the hands of those women, learned a hard lesson but learned it well! "God they’d be in jail today for what they did", says Tom, "But it worked!"

Charlie Murphy, a friend for over half a century, told a story of an occasion at a Trial Stake in Wexford. "Willie Duggan, the great rugby-player, had a bitch in training with Tom and Tess and after a few very tough runs she was in the final. Tom was rubbing the bitch, Tess was holding her – ‘Dammit, will you rub her, Tom’ she says, ‘You rub me twice as hard as that!’

Jim Quinlan, another old friend, remembers an incident in Tramore. "Tessie had a little shop, sold a lot of vegetables. They were in a loose display, no plastic bags then, not washed either. There was a very kind of hoity-toity lady, a Mrs Fennelly from Callan in Co Kilkenny – she was actually a distant relative of my own — out staying in one of the holiday chalets and happened into Tessie’s; there she was, browsing, and eventually she came over to Tessie – ‘I wonder madam,’ she says, ‘Would you be able to get the vegetables for me, I don’t want to get my hands dirty.’ ‘If you f***in’ want them you can get them yourself!’ - that’s exactly what she said.

She was a straight-shooter, took no prisoners, and yet, says Anne Quinlan - Jim’s wife and another old friend – was soft-centred. "It was her heart, her kindness. All my kids, when they were young, she’d always have a half-crown or a two-shilling piece for them, they never went away from Tessie empty-handed."

Tessie wasn’t there yesterday, at 81 is feeling a little frail, though still – according to Lester – as feisty as ever. "The other morning in the nursing home the nurse said to me mother – ‘What would you like for your breakfast?’ Me mother thought for a second – ‘I’d love a smoked rasher!’ The nurse said – ‘Tessie, where would I get a smoked rasher?’ She wasn’t expecting the reply – ‘In a f***in’ shop, where else!’

She’s a once off, her presence sorely missed, but as with Anna and as with Gerry, as with so many others like the late Patrick O’Sullivan of Tournafulla who passed away only over the Christmas, in the stories and in the memories she is forever treasured.


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Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 8:13 AM GMT
Festival lives up to opening day tradition


Tuesday, January 31, 2012


CLONMEL once again lived up to its first day tradition of shocks when the National Coursing Meeting got underway yesterday.


In the ****.com Derby the biggest upset was 14-1 shot Windgap Lar’s defeat by Wood Hyland, one of the reserves, who came from behind to pip him in a no-turn course.

A second major shock was Swanky Matt (12-1) having to give best to Killeagh Matt by a two and a half lengths margin. Other fancied contenders to bite the dust included the fancied Cuddly Man, who went under to Cuine Boy by two lengths, and Hunters Glory (unsighted) who went out to Bahamian Kid.

There was a big gamble on Offshore Eoin, backed from 8-1 early on down to 5-1 favourite. As a result Belated Birthday, who opened 7-1 favourite, drifted to 11-1 as Blueview Sam (9-1) also came in for support.

Belated Birthday and Ashmore Sambo look likely to advance to the last eight from the opening quarter while Prime Example looks the pick of those at the top of the second quarter. Blueview Dan won nicely yesterday and could join him in the last eight. Go Home Hare would have been a strong contender here but a 41 second hunt yesterday could hinder his chances of progressing.

In the third quarter Offshore Eoin was impressive yesterday and it will be a big surprise if he doesn’t make it from the top of this sector. Who will join him is up for grabs as Skellig Wish, another who was heavily supported in the betting ring all morning, is now the worst handicapped dog in the field on 46 seconds and his prospects of advancing now look remote. At the bottom of this sector Solid Monk looks the part.

Blue Sam should advance to the final day from the top of the fourth quarter where he can be joined by Here Comes Harry who was involved in a controversial course yesterday against Ashmore Master. Ashmore Master was announced as the winner of the buckle, but it transpired that the pair ran in the wrong collars so the judge changed his verdict.

Offshore Eoin gets the nod to take the honours.

The big upsets in the Greyhound & Pet World Oaks were Gaisce Mor (10-1) going under to Blazing Dilemma, Spring Hawk (14-1) failing to master Silent Carol, Oh Banba upsetting the odds on Troanas Joy (14-1) and Dale Roisin getting the better of Holy Lady (10-1).

The only major gamble was on Emmas Goldrush who was 16-1 early on but was down to 8-1 before the classic started.

In the top quarter this morning Fiery Sunset should come out of the top of this sector while Emmas Goldrush can join her from the bottom of the quarter.

In the second quarter Fives Treasure was the most impressive winner yesterday and will take some beating while Yorkville Stella can also make it to the last day.

Oilean Smile could be the solution to an open top of the third quarter while Rios Girl can survive at the bottom.

The top of the final quarter looks a battle between Come On Vivienne and Capetown Lucy who look likely to meet in the third round while it is hard to oppose Ravel Glory at the bottom.

Fives Treasure, so impressive yesterday, is clearly the percentage bet here.



This story appeared in the printed version of the Irish Examiner Tuesday, January 31, 2012


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Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 9:06 AM GMT
The following greyhounds have been officially withdrawn from the 2012 National Coursing Meeting.

****.COM DERBY
Montalto King
Capfield (res)
Charlemont Mills
Serene Dilemma

GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS
Listowel Lady (res)
Kingsmill Eve
Alainn

CLASSICS CLUB CHAMPION STAKES
High And Mighty
Caesar Music
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GREYHOUND & PET WORLD OAKS
4/1 Emmas Goldrush, Fives Treasure, Ravel Glory
8/1 Barrack Bimbo
10/1 Fiery Sunset, Capetown Lucy, Cassie Beag
12/1 Feede Blond, Cushie Victoria
14/1 Bar

****.COM DERBY
4/1 Offshore Eoin, Blueview Sam
6/1 Here Comes Harry
7/1 Hopes And Dreams
8/1 Belated Birthday, Go Home Hare, Solid Monk
10/1 Smart Touch, Prime Example, Blueview Dan, Skellig Wish
12/1 Bar
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DRAWS FOR CONSOLATION STAKES


Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes
Laughing Lady v Your Symbolic.
Runaway Blonde v Marshals Duchess.
Trioanas Joy v Swing Rose.
Bombshelriapants v Turn The Tide.
Naughty Lady v Perfume.
Cloverhill Sandy v Gaisce Mor.
Lady Bombshell v Bossa Nova Babe.
Daisycutter v Lisdaleen Star.

Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes
Ballymac Bex v Blackpool Swank.
Vacume Cool Dude v Carrowkeal Benji.
All In Jo v Tock Tick.
Path Of Peace v Brannig Rioroyal.
Ardmore Butch v Yellow River.
Barrack Eoin v Nickies Rio.
Windgap Lar v Gaffney Ranger.
Hunters Glory v Master Jackpot.

Horse and Jockey Hotel Keen Laddie Stakes
Donnellans Cross v Wise Call.
Eoin Roger v Glanmore Adam.
Loyal Land v Indepub.
Fascinator v Dustys Blueboy.
Barahaven Boy v Ashmore Master.
Lixnaw Eoin v Breaking Tide.
Uptown Abu v BYE.
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 12:19 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Round 2 Results

3.   FEEDE BLOND Eoin Rua X Strawberry Blond      1275,1275
5.   CUSHIE VICTORIA Bexhill Eoin X Moat Elsa     1256,1264
10.  CLASHNEVIN LILL Razor Ashmore X Lils Glory   1259,1268
14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263

17.  WISE LADY Kingsmill Dynamo X Hollyoak Pegasus  1267,1261
24.  FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green X Daltons Heresay 1244,1241
27.  AWE AND WONDER Bexhill Eoin X Chubbys Accord   1276,1288
29.  YORKVILLE STELLA Bexhill Eoin X Denham Darkie  1267,1275

36.  OILEAN SMILE Bexhill Eoin X Beautiful Smile    1285, 1267
38.  OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin X Bambas Hawkeye         1276, 1268
41.  RIOS GIRL Ballymac Maeve X Itellyoupatsy       1276, 1259
48.  COFFEE IN CURROW Bexhill Eoin X Shanavulin Queen 1272, 1270

52.  ROSIE HEDGE Cushie Theory X Wee Rose Garden       1283, 1264
55.  CAPETOWN LUCY Murtys Gang X Smokey Blossom        1269, 1267
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270
61.  RAVEL GLORY Bexhill Eoin X Carrick Sam            1253, 1257
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 1:02 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Round 2 Results

4.   BELATED BIRTHDAY Tynwald Smokey ex Belated Legacy 1264, 1256
6.   BALLYMORE BOB Bexhill Eoin ex Spice One nc, 1270
11.   BRINDLE MAN Razor Ashmore ex Dillrock Nina 1275, 1253
15.   INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf 1255, 1253

20.   PRIME EXAMPLE Bexhill Eoin ex Call Up 1251, 1292(bumping)
24.   ARDFERT PETER Bexhill Eoin ex Silent Mac 1264, 1271
25.   BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio   1247, 1264
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256

36.   TOM BAWN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose 1315, 1279
37.   SKELLIG WISH Matt Hyland ex Beyond Tivoli 1251, 1254
44.   KINGSMILL EXILE Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil [RESERVE E] 1260
48.   SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl 1273, 1254

52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240
55.   CUINE BOY Kyle James ex Garbally Glory   1262, 1263
59.   MASTER MC HUGH Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio   1273, 1252
63.   AFTERTIMING Bexhill Eoin ex Butlers Mary    1278,nc
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 1:08 PM GMT
THE HORSE & JOCKEY SPIRIT OF MISCHIEF BITCHES

21 : SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin ex Ballymore Trick
RES ALKALA Castlemartyr ex Siberian Sunrise

2 : TILT YOUR SKIRT Bexhill Eoin ex Tilt Your Kilt
RES BIGWOOD VIRGINA Wallace Green ex Daltons Heresay

47 : CAREFUL HOLLY Eoin Rua ex Inspiring
44 : LET ME CALL Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

12 : MULBOY GIRL Bexhill Eoin ex Mardine Blonde
6 : MISTY HERRIS Droopys Saunders ex Misty Hazel
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 1:48 PM GMT
Blueview Sam 3/1
Belated Birthday 9/2
Skellig wish 5/1
Solid Monk 11/2
Go Home Hare 11/2
Master McHugh 6/1
Blueview Dan 6/1
Kingsmill Exile 7/1
Prime Example 10/1
Brindle Man 10/1
India Rio 10/1
Ardfert Peter 12/1
Tom Bawn 12/1
Aftertiming 12/1
Ballymore Bob 16/1
Cuine Boy 16/1
Report yummy January 31, 2012 2:04 PM GMT
Analogs


a much appreciated thread

cheers
Report never give up January 31, 2012 2:08 PM GMT
looking like fives treasure and ravel glory in the oaks
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 2:16 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Round 3

3.   FEEDE BLOND Eoin Rua X Strawberry Blond      1275,1275
14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263

24.  FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green X Daltons Heresay 1244,1241
27.  AWE AND WONDER Bexhill Eoin X Chubbys Accord   1276,1288

38.  OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin X Bambas Hawkeye         1276, 1268, 1277
48.  COFFEE IN CURROW Bexhill Eoin X Shanavulin Queen 1272, 1270, 1255

52.  ROSIE HEDGE Cushie Theory X Wee Rose Garden       1283, 1264, 1271
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270, 1262
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 2:39 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Round 3 Results

4.   BELATED BIRTHDAY Tynwald Smokey ex Belated Legacy 1264, 1256, 1262
15.  INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf 1255, 1253, ?

20.  PRIME EXAMPLE Bexhill Eoin ex Call Up 1251, 1292(bumping), 1265
32.  GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245

37.  SKELLIG WISH Matt Hyland ex Beyond Tivoli 1251, 1254, 1266
48.  SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl 1273, 1254, 1269,

52.  BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240, 1242
63.  AFTERTIMING Bexhill Eoin ex Butlers Mary    1278,nc, 1259
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 4:41 PM GMT
Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes Round 1 Results

RES D   BALLYMAC BEX Bexhill Eoin ex Fleetwood Denise
57.   VACUME COOL DUDE Bexhill Eoin ex Vacume Blond

23.   TOCK TICK Bexhill Eoin ex Marwood Type   
1.   BRANNIG RIOROYAL Tynwald Smokey ex Leigh Shady

43.   ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm   
45.   NICKIES RIO Bexhill Eoin ex Denham Darkie   

30.   GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord
RES B   MASTER JACKPOT Wallace Green ex Lady Bellevue
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 4:43 PM GMT
Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes Round 1 Results

13.   YOUR SYMBOLIC Bexhill Eoin X Killucan Betty   
62.   MARSHALS DUCHESS Bexhill Eoin X Marshals Pearl

42.   SWING ROSE Razor Ashmore X Miss Candy Floss
15.   BOMBSHELRIAPANTS Kingsmill Dynamo X Hollyoak Pegasus

28.   NAUGHTY LADY Bexhill Eoin X Chubbys Princess
7.   GAISCE MOR Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce   

18.   BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce

32.   DAISYCUTTER Bexhill Eoin X Gallant Daisy
RES C   LISDALEEN STAR Janey Mac Aroo ex Tiplaki Mottie
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 4:49 PM GMT
Berkies Derby Betting & clocks Cool
         
4 Belated Birthday Cork 5/1 10.31
15 India Rio Rathcormac 8/1 10.24
       
20 Prime Example Abbeydorney 10/1 10.26
32 Go Home Hare East Donegal 2/1 10.12
       
37 Skellig Wish Fermoy 5/1 10.17 
48 Solid Monk Mooncoin 4/1 10.24
         
52 Blueview Sam Westmeath 6/4 10.06 
63 After Timing Glanworth 8/1 10.38
Report ReimerpYsatnaf January 31, 2012 4:49 PM GMT
Somebody on here must own Aftertiming Devil
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 4:54 PM GMT
Why? It's never over while there's a hare on the field but i ain't complaing about my 33s and 25s a 6/4 shot Cool
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 4:58 PM GMT
Oaks Betting and tick tocks

3 Feede Blond Tubbercurry 5/1 10.26         
14 Emmas Goldrush Cappoquin 3/1 10.22         
         
24 Fives Treasure Castleisland 1/1 10.11
27 Awe & Wonder Ennis  14/1 10.6                   

38 Oh Banba Limerick City 10/1 10.34
48 Coffee in Currow Thurles 6/1 10.34
         
52 Rosie Hedge Wexford 5/1 10.56         
58 Dale Roisin Rathdowney 12/1 10.45
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 5:03 PM GMT
Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake

Why Tanyardpenny Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane 8/1       
Beautiful Chrissy Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect 5/4       
Portinard Nine Trrajectory ex Four Options 6/1       
Southside Tess Murtys Blaze ex Southside Trif 6/1       
Why Tanyard Ash Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane 5/1       
Party Flamingo Matt Hyland ex Party Victory 6/1       
Cheryl Bexhill Eoin ex Belated Legacy 3/1       
Class Attraction Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 3/1
Report BJG January 31, 2012 5:14 PM GMT
Fives Treasure LoveLove
Report GLASGOWCALLING January 31, 2012 5:16 PM GMT
THANKS ANAGLOGS,  i couldnt get across this year due to work commitments so the updates and stories make

intresting reading ..better than the r/post all day long. HappyHappy  thanks again...GLASGOW

  good luck all those still in it.
Report GLASGOWCALLING January 31, 2012 5:19 PM GMT
does anyone know if HARRY was connected to any runners this year. ???
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 10:51 PM GMT
Blueview Sam coming from Behind to win 3rd rnd today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmtBb0C7AGY&feature=player_embedded
Report Anaglogs Daughter January 31, 2012 10:54 PM GMT
Five Treasures winning today. I hear she had a fall after it but they just said she slid on the ground so hopefuly no harm done http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jX3EHj1j79o&feature=player_embedded
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 9:25 AM GMT
Progressive Sam poised to land Derby

By Tom Higgins

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

THE surprises of the previous day continued at the second stage of the National Coursing meeting yesterday, with the biggest upsets coming in the Boylesport.com Derby.

Very few gave Skellig Wish any chance of advancing further, as he was heavily run in the opening round, but he showed tremendous courage when putting out the long odds favourite Offshore Eoin on a just up decision when coming from behind.
He then advanced the last eight when beating Tom Bawn by a length, but it will be a miracle if he can go any further as he was also hard run in this buckle.

The hope of the north, Ashmore Sambo, also bit the dust being led all the way by Brindle Man who had a length and a half in hand for the opening turn. Another major upset was Here Comes Harry being eliminated, running unsighted in his buckle with Aftertiming.

However, it’s still very much a case of all to play for in the classic. India Rio clocked a very fast time in his third round yesterday and could advance to the semi-final at the expense of Belated Birthday.

Patsy Byrne’s Prime Example faces Go Home Hare in the second quarter final and, the way the latter is running, he looks the one to advance.

It will be a sensation if Skellig Wish somehow manages to see off Solid Monk as he is miles behind in the handicap while Blueview Sam, the new long odds favourite, should get the better of Aftertiming in the last of the quarter finals.

The progressive Blueview Sam gets the nod to win out.

In the Greyhound & Pet World Oaks there was only one big upset in the second round with Rosie Hedge getting the better of Come On Vivienne by two lengths. There was a bigger shock in the third round when the northern owned second favourite, Ravel Glory, went out by a length to Dale Roisin. Other minor upsets in this round included Yorkville Stella being ousted by Awe And Wonder and Oh Banba defeating Oilean Smile.

In the quarter finals this morning Feede Blond will be expected to overcome Emmas Goldrush while it is hard to oppose the long odds favourite, Fives Treasure, who has been superb all week. She should make the semi-finals at the expense of Awe And Wonder.

Coffee In Currow impressed the clockers yesterday and may have the measure of Oh Banba, who had a hard third round course. There is little between Rosie Hedge and Dale Roisin, with the latter possibly the percentage bet to advance.

Fives Treasure has been very impressive all week and can claim the crown.

The two all-aged stakes, the Classic Club Champion Stakes and the Grace Bruton Memorial Stakes are down for decision today.

Kyle King can give Marie Field some compensation for the defeat of Kyle Ranger in the Derby last year by taking the Champion Stakes while Southside Tess looks the part in the Grace Bruton Memorial.


Read more: http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/other/progressive-sam-poised-to-land-derb...
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 9:25 AM GMT
Car-boot commune spare no expense

By Diarmuid O’ Flynn

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

We’ve spoken before in these pages about the earthiness of those who go to Clonmel every year for the annual National Coursing Meeting, of how grounded they are in nature, how self-sufficient.

During the regular season they’ll go from Trial Stake to Trial Stake, to places where the facilities are first, last and foremost for the hares and the hounds, and where the humans are expected to look after themselves.

These events last for several hours, from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, and for all of those hours you’re on your feet, exposed to the elements. The break then, when it comes, is a special time; some will go to the mobile chipper, most head for the car-boot, for the flask and the sandwiches.

Clonmel though is different. Here you have the stands, cover from the elements for those who arrive early enough; here also you have the likes of Masterchefs Hospitality serving up a selection of more upmarket mobile grub.

Yet still people head for the car-boots. Every day, however, the largest crowd of all heads for a couple of cars parked at the back end of the dog-owners’ car-park. Why? Well that’s where Brendan Murphy and his father Christy are parked, alongside the Quinlan family, and by now in Clonmel the word has spread. The food is special, yes, a buffet lunch you’d pay dearly for anywhere else, but it’s the company, the camaraderie, the communion.

"I was raised on this," Brendan explains, "When I was a young fella we used to come here every year and it was the very same then as it is now. The sandwiches, the salads, the tea and coffee, they all came out of the boots of the cars, everyone pooled in and shared with one another. The Quinlans, the Spratts, the Mackeys – John and Mrs. Mackey were still there then – that’s where all this started."

Oh it’s an impressive spread, a truly impressive spread, but Brendan dismisses any credit for the quality of the fare on offer, the platters of seafood, cold meats, salads etc, or the cost of same. "Sure cost doesn’t come into it – if you were looking only at the cost of things nowadays you wouldn’t even get up in the morning! It’s very easy for me now, we own the Horse & Hound hotel in Ballinaboola (near New Ross) and the staff would have all the food ready for us in the morning, all we have to do is load it into the car and on we come, so I can’t claim that much credit for it." As for the hot whiskeys and hot ports – "That comes out of someone else’s car! Everyone does their piece – it’s a routine at this stage."

It’s a hive, is what it is, and within minutes of the break Jim Quinlan’s improvised table has been set and the influx starts. "This is why I love Clonmel," says Christy. "Meeting all the old friends – that’s what it’s all about, this little community. We started doing this over 30 years ago and it’s gone on and on – a lot of old friends, like Jim Spratt and Andy Hughes, Michael Heeney and his daughter Eimear — they’re from Louth and they’re here with us every year; you have the Buckleys from Cork, old friends, but we’re also meeting new people all the time. People will ask me – how did you get to know so-and-so? Clonmel, that’s how."

What puzzles both Brendan and his father, however, is the lack of coverage that the National Coursing Meeting gets, on television especially. "I think they’re a little bit asleep," says Brendan; "Minority sports are almost ignored by the likes of RTE and TV3, and I don’t know why." Given that his daughter Gráinne, a swimmer, has qualified for the Olympics later this year, yet could still walk down any street in Ireland and probably remain unrecognised, Brendan knows whereof he speaks. "Do we really want to see soccer every day of the week?" he asks, but the question is rhetorical. "I heard a lot of people today here discussing a documentary they saw last night about the contribution of the Irish to Australia – that’s the kind of thing we need, a bit of variety. We DON’T need to see the same thing every day. For months before Clonmel the various Trial Stakes are big events in their own areas, yet there’s no coverage. The Corn na Féile in Abbeyfeale every year, a huge event, ignored; the Irish Cup in a few weeks’ time, a massive prize-fund, same thing. Very little coverage nationally, apart from the Irish Examiner."

No matter, and in a way coursing is better off away from the glare, away from those who would never understand. The car-boot commune, what better medium do you need?


Read more: http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/other/car-boot-commune-spare-no-expense-1...
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 10:44 AM GMT
Belated Birthday has been officially withdrawn from the quarter final of the ****.Com Derby at Powerstown Park today
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 12:41 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Spirit of Mischief Semi Finals
21.   SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin X Ballymore Trick 1262
RES I   BIGWOOD VIRGINIA Wallace Green x Daltons Herasay 1299

44.   LET ME CALL Johnny Casanova X Maughera Times 1275
12.   MULBOY GIRL Bexhill Eoin X Mardine Blonde 1272

Clonmel 2012: Horse and Jockey Hotel Keen Laddie Stakes Semi Finals

13.   EOIN ROGER Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady   
RES   DUSTYS BLUEBOY Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa

9.   LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose BYE
47.   UPTOWN ABU Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma BYE

Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes Semi Finals
62.   MARSHALS DUCHESS Bexhill Eoin X Marshals Pearl 1270
15.   BOMBSHELRIAPANTS Kingsmill Dynamo X Hollyoak Pegasus 1272

7.   GAISCE MOR Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce    1284
18.   BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce 1261

Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes Semi Finals

57.   VACUME COOL DUDE Bexhill Eoin ex Vacume Blond 1258
1.   BRANNIG RIOROYAL Tynwald Smokey ex Leigh Shady 1267

43.   ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm    1271
30.   GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord 1269
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 12:42 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Semi-Finals

2. BEAUTIFUL CHRISY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect 1262
3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271

5. WHY TANYARD ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane   1258
8. CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 1261

Clonmel 2012: Classics Club Champion Stakes Semi-Finals

RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240
3.   KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy    1235

6.   DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy 1262
8.   DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch 1254
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Semi-Finals

14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263,nc,1250
24.  FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green X Daltons Heresay 1244,1241, 1251,1252

38.  OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin X Bambas Hawkeye         1276, 1268, 1277, 1281
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270, 1262, 1272
Report Clunkis February 1, 2012 12:57 PM GMT
That top semi in the Oaks should be a great buckle
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 1:05 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Semi-Finals

15.   INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf 1255, 1253,nc,1259
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245 (lifted leg
twice at pickup), 1253

48.   SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl 1273, 1254, 1269, 1258
52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240, 1242  1247
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 1:07 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Wednesday Afternoon Card

Clonmel 2012: Spirit of Mischief Semi Finals
21.   SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin X Ballymore Trick 1262
RES I   BIGWOOD VIRGINIA Wallace Green x Daltons Herasay 1299

44.   LET ME CALL Johnny Casanova X Maughera Times 1275
12.   MULBOY GIRL Bexhill Eoin X Mardine Blonde 1272

Clonmel 2012: Horse and Jockey Hotel Keen Laddie Stakes Semi Finals
13.   EOIN ROGER Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady   
RES   DUSTYS BLUEBOY Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa

9.   LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose BYE
47.   UPTOWN ABU Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma BYE

Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes Semi Finals
62.   MARSHALS DUCHESS Bexhill Eoin X Marshals Pearl 1270
15.   BOMBSHELRIAPANTS Kingsmill Dynamo X Hollyoak Pegasus 1272

7.   GAISCE MOR Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce    1284
18.   BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce 1261

Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes Semi Finals
57.   VACUME COOL DUDE Bexhill Eoin ex Vacume Blond 1258
1.   BRANNIG RIOROYAL Tynwald Smokey ex Leigh Shady 1267

43.   ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm    1271
30.   GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord 1269

Clonmel 2012: Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Semi Finals
2. BEAUTIFUL CHRISY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect 1262
3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271

5. WHY TANYARD ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane   1258
8. CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 1261

Clonmel 2012: Classics Club Champion Stakes Semi Finals
RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240
3.   KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy    1235

6.   DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy 1262
8.   DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch 1254


Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Semi Finals

14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263,nc,1250
24.  FIVES TREASURE Wallace Green X Daltons Heresay 1244,1241, 1251,1252

38.  OH BANBA Bexhill Eoin X Bambas Hawkeye         1276, 1268, 1277, 1281
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270, 1262, 1277

Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Semi Finals
15.   INDIA RIO Tynwald Smokey ex Uptown Smurf 1255, 1253,nc,1259
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245, 1253

48.   SOLID MONK Bar Time ex Tobitl 1273, 1254, 1269, 1258
52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240, 1242, 1247
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 1:34 PM GMT
Betting


Greyhound And Pet World Oaks

Fives Treasure 4/6
Emmas Goldrush 2/1
Dale Roisin 3/1
Oh Banba 6/1

B0ylesports Derby

Blueview Sam EVS 
Go Home Hare 6/4 
Solid Monk 7/2
India Rio 4/1
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 1:59 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Semi Finals
2. BEAUTIFUL CHRISY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect 1262 4/6
3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271

5. WHY TANYARD ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Why Tanyard Jane   1258
8. CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 1261 1/1

Clonmel 2012: Classics Club Champion Stakes Semi Finals
RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240 6/4
3.   KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy    1235 EVES

6.   DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy 1262 4/1
8.   DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch 1254 5/1
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 2:40 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Wednesday Afternoon Card

Clonmel 2012: Spirit of Mischief Semi Finals Results
21.   SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin X Ballymore Trick 1262, 1265
12.   MULBOY GIRL Bexhill Eoin X Mardine Blonde 1272, 1276

Clonmel 2012: Horse and Jockey Hotel Keen Laddie Stakes Semi Finals Results
RES   DUSTYS BLUEBOY Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa 1272, 1280
47.   UPTOWN ABU Murtys Blaze ex Uptown Dilemma BYE, 1260

Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes Semi Finals Results
62.   MARSHALS DUCHESS Bexhill Eoin X Marshals Pearl 1270, 1290
18.   BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce 1261, 1273

Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes Semi Finals Results
57.   VACUME COOL DUDE Bexhill Eoin ex Vacume Blond 1258, 1297
43.   ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm    1271, 1291
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 2:40 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Final
3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271, 1276
8. CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 1261, 1263


Clonmel 2012: Classics Club Champion Stakes Final
RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240, 1260
3.   KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy    1235, 1252
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 2:41 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Semi Finals Results
14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263,nc,1250, 1276
Goldrush-Syndicate F
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270, 1262, 1277, 1290
Mr Brendan Farrelly BK
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 2:41 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Final
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245 (lifted leg twice at pickup), 1253, 1261
Mel-Syndicate F
52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240, 1242 came from behind, 1247, 1269
Miss Suzanne Collins & Mrs Bernadette Collins BK
Report BJG February 1, 2012 2:59 PM GMT
Sad
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:13 PM GMT
Well i got the Derby right Happy Dessie in the North Maxi in Louth

Anaglogs Daughter     19 Jan 12 00:06 
I'l be very suprised if the Derby and Oaks aren't heading up Northeast/North.
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:19 PM GMT
BETTING IN THE FINALS

Clonmel 2012: Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Final
3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271, 1276 6/4
8. CLASS ATTRACTION Judicial Affair ex Moonveen Ellen 1261, 1263 1/2

Clonmel 2012: Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Semi Finals Results
14.  EMMAS GOLDRUSH Murtys Blaze X Uptown Dilemma 1261,1263,nc,1250, 1276 1/3
58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap               1278, 1270, 1262, 1277, 1290 2/1

Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Final
32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245, 1253, 1261 4/6

52.   BLUEVIEW SAM Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio 1244,1240, 1242, 1247, 1269 4/6
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:25 PM GMT
Teddy Brown is shouting "Here lads i'll take 5/4 Blueview, take 5/4 Blue, here i'll go EVENS Blueview Even money Blueview" Shocked

I know a few lads who backed Blueview at big prices 25s,20s  maybe they asked Teddy to lay him for them Cool
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:27 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Classics Club Champion Stakes Final

Declared Winner# RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240, 1260

Kyle King withdrawn Kyle ranger declared winner.
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:42 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: Wednesday Afternoon Final Results

Clonmel 2012: Spirit of Mischief Final Result

WINNER 21.   SOMETHING QUICK Bexhill Eoin X Ballymore Trick 1262, 1265

Clonmel 2012: Horse and Jockey Hotel Keen Laddie Stakes Final Result

WINNER  RES   DUSTYS BLUEBOY Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa 1272, 1280
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:46 PM GMT
Stockproof Fencing Kitty Butler Stakes Final Result

WINNER 18.  BOSSA NOVA BABE Bexhill Eoin X Rith Gan Gaisce 1261, 1273

Stockproof Fencing TA Morris Stakes Final Result

WINNER 43.  ARDMORE BUTCH Lochbo Butch ex Ardmore Rhythm 1271, 1291
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:49 PM GMT
Grace Bruton Champion Bitch Stake Final

WINNER 3. PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options   1271, 1276
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:51 PM GMT
Classics Club Champion Stakes Final

DECLARED WINNER# RES A   KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan 1240, 1260

#Kyle King withdrawn Kyle ranger declared winner.
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 3:54 PM GMT
Greyhound & Pet World Oaks Semi Final

WINNER 58.  DALE ROISIN Eoin Rua X Two Car Trap 1278, 1270, 1262, 1277, 1290
Mr Brendan Farrelly BK
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 4:00 PM GMT
Clonmel 2012: B0ylesports.com Derby Final

WINNER 32.   GO HOME HARE Wallace Green ex Inallherglory 1255, 1256, 1245, 1253, 1261
Mel-Syndicate F


Won by a distance Blueview injured
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 4:04 PM GMT
Teddy going evens everyone else 4/6 ....Teddy knew Happy

That's it folks chat ta y'all again at the end of October for the new season. Westmeath is the meeting to be at it seems. Dale Roisin and Blueview Sam both had their first runs there winner & runner up of the Oaks and Derby
Report BJG February 1, 2012 4:13 PM GMT
Wats wrong with the Irish Cup imo Mischief
Report ReimerpYsatnaf February 1, 2012 4:26 PM GMT
Genuine question here so nobody have a go but does anybody prefer this to track racing? I just don't get the appeal at all really, i've gone before to Clonmel and while i had a good time the racing was alright but that was about it.
Report ReimerpYsatnaf February 1, 2012 4:34 PM GMT
*should say appeal over track racing* although i know a lot do both
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 1, 2012 5:16 PM GMT
It's the craic i go for, i watch the greyhounds alright but the craic does be mighty different crowd altogether then goes track racing. Nothing like putting on the waterproofs and wellies and standing out in a field getting drowned and having mighty craic then going to the track suited and booted and talking shoite to a load. It's like rugby union and rugby league or hurling and football it's whatever floats your boat.
Report ReimerpYsatnaf February 1, 2012 5:23 PM GMT
Yeah fair point AD about the craic and the different crowd, you only get proper doggy men at the coursing
Report hammy February 1, 2012 7:44 PM GMT
Thanks for all the updates AD.
Report Catch Me ifyoucan February 1, 2012 9:48 PM GMT
Anaglogs Daughter 21 Nov 11 09:11
It seems Berkie was impressed tho he was 300km away


He went 10's GHH 'bout that time !
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 2, 2012 10:46 AM GMT
Hare wins the day for Glin syndicate in Derby

By Tom Higgins

Thursday, February 02, 2012

GO Home Hare, the property of the Mel Syndicate from Glin, Co. Limerick captured the ****.com Derby at Clonmel yesterday when he defeated an injured Blueview Sam by a wide margin in the decider.

There were no surprises in the quarter-finals of the Derby with India Rio having a bye when Belated Birthday was withdrawn, Go Home Hare then led all the way to the escape when putting out Prime Example by eight lengths.

Solid Monk got the better of a gallant Skellig Wish, who had been hard run in the opening three rounds, by a length and a half for the only turn while the overnight favourite Blueview Sam saw off Aftertiming, when coming from behind, by three lengths.

Go Home Hare then took over at the top of the market and put paid to the chances of India Rio by a half a length in a tight course, while Blueview Sam had two lengths to spare over Solid Monk.

The stage looked set for a thrilling final but after fifty yards it was obvious that Blueview Sam was injured and Go Home Hare raced away.

The surprises of the previous two days continued in the Greyhound & Pet World Oaks. The opening quarter-final worked out as expected with Emmas Goldrush getting the better of Feede Blonde by a length and a half for the only score. The long odds favourite, Fives Treasure duly accounted for Awe And Wonder by four lengths with the loser getting in for the only other turn. Few gave Oh Banba any chance of advancing as she was hard run in the third round, but she confounded the pundits by putting out the fancied Coffee in Currow by two and a half lengths for the only score. In the last quarter-final Dale Roisin had a great battle with Rosie Hedge before coming out on top by two lengths.

It was generally expected that the winner of the Emmas Goldrush — Fives Treasure buckle would take the honours and when Emmas Goldrush upset the favourite when taking the only turn she became a hot favourite to win out.

Dale Roisin then raced all the way to the escape in her semi-final with a tired Oh Banba, having four lengths in hand.

Emmas Goldrush was a 1-3 chance in the final but Dale Roisin took an early lead and then raced away to take the turn by three lengths, much to the delight of the bookmakers as it sank most of the trebles.

It was a great afternoon for Mrs. Marie Field of Patrickswell, Co. Limerick as she got her two representatives, last year’s Derby runner-up Kyle Ranger, and Kyle King to the decider of the Classic Club Champion Stakes with Kyle Ranger declared the winner.

The surprises of the Oaks continued in the Grace Bruton Memorial Champion Bitch Stake where Portinard Nine, the rank outsider of the field at 12-1 beat Southside Tess by a length in her quarter-final and then put paid to the chances of the even money favourite, Beautiful Chrisy, by a narrow margin in the semi-final.

In the final she was opposed by Class Attraction (1-2), who won the event last year, but Portinard Nine (6-4) wasn’t to be denied and raced away to a five lengths success.


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Report Anaglogs Daughter February 2, 2012 10:47 AM GMT
Hope springs eternal for the vanquished of the coursing field

By Diarmuid O’Flynn

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Hope springs eternal, and at the end of another superb National Coursing Meeting in Clonmel, why not?

It was day three of this annual event, finals day, it was also the first day of spring, and what a day we got for it – blue skies, sun shining, birds singing. Those weren’t the only reasons for the thousands who had just witnessed the grand finale of the Meeting – the ****.com Derby final – to leave with hope in their hearts, however.

In that same event last year, the 2011 Derby final, the hotly fancied Kyle Ranger put in a brave but futile effort before losing out to Central City. Ranger, you see, had been injured in the semi-final, and up against a dog of such quality, up against the hill of Powerstown, there was only ever going to be one result.

Kyle Ranger was trained and owned by the Field family of Patrickswell and they were devastated, Michael and his wife Marie (Ranger’s owner) trying to put a brave face on things at the top of the course, daughter Elaine in bits as she nursed Ranger on the buggy-ride back to the van.

Yesterday the Field family were back in Powerstown, and so was Kyle Ranger, coming in as a late reserve but winning the prestigious Champion Stakes, his kennel-mate, Kyle King, withdrawn (understandably) in the final.

"It’s a marvellous achievement," said Michael, "To bring back Ranger after the injury of last year, the disappointment. He’s a great dog – a lot of pressure today but he stood up to it."

Now we look at this year’s Derby final. All week Blueview Sam had been by far the most impressive dog on view, clocking consistently better than everyone else – until the semi-final. He won again, just getting the better of Solid Monk who lost ground when changing sides, but his ‘clock’ was more than 20 points (over 0.2 of a second) slower than he had done to then. Within 20m of the start of the final we learned why – Sam was injured. Like Kyle Ranger last year he kept going, showed his big heart and kept hunting, but like Ranger he was well beaten, ended up having to be carried back down the field in the buggy.

As with Kyle Ranger last year, Blueview Sam is owner-trained, by the Collins family from Drogheda. "They’re the epitome of the coursing family," explains Ger O’Callaghan, who takes the dogs to slips for them; "There isn’t a year goes by that Jim (father of the clan, trainer of the dogs) doesn’t have two or three dogs but that’s it, no more. Every year he rears a few pups and has the dream; this year he had only two, Blueview Dan and Blueview Sam, but between them they’ve won five cups."

Before the final Jim’s daughter Suzanne (joint owner along with her mother, Bernadette) was trembling, fretful. "I had a baby in September, had to have an emergency C-section, but I’m more nervous now than I was then!" she said. "It’s for my Dad more than anything – he’s up early every morning, putting in huge time and effort. He came so close so many times here, often beaten by just a whisker, but he has finally broken his duck on the last day, got to the final."

Alas, what might have been! Now Suzanne sits where Elaine Field sat last year, nursing Blueview Sam on the long trip downfield, and like Elaine last year, she’s heartbroken for Sam, disappointed for her Dad. But, there is that hope, isn’t there? There is that dream, as proved by the way Kyle Ranger came back, as proved even by the dog that beat Sam – anything is possible, isn’t it?

Go Home Hare – who saw this fella coming? Certainly not John Paul Fitzgerald, one of the 12 unlikely apostles who got together in a bar in Clonmel last year and formed the Mel Syndicate, their aim to buy an ould dog who could compete in their local duffer stake in Glin, but ended up with a Derby winner.

"I’m shocked," said John Paul, "Can’t believe it. We were in the bar, half-drunk, decided to buy a dog. We got this fella, my father and myself, €1,300, brought him home to Glin and he stayed with us for five months; he went up then to Dessie Kerrigan (trainer) in the north and all we asked was that he’d come down to run in the local (the duffer in Glin), which he did. He won that, then went on to win a Trial Stake, and now this – he’s won everything."

The Glin gang did it, the Fields did it – why not Sam and the Collins family? "Congratulations to Go Home Hare, he’s a terrific dog," said Suzanne, "But we’ll fight back and hopefully give the Champion Stakes a good run next year." Spring, and hope eternal.


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Report Anaglogs Daughter February 2, 2012 11:19 AM GMT
Minister opposes ban on coursing and claims hares never in any danger

CONOR KANE irishtimes.ie

A JUNIOR Minister has rejected the banning of live hare coursing, saying the greyhound sector creates jobs and is “part of our way of life” in Ireland.

Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture Shane McEntee, who is responsible for the sector, also said there is no danger to the hare and opponents should come and witness the sport for themselves.

He said the Government is “committed to supporting the whole greyhound industry” and that includes both track racing and coursing. Speaking at the final day of the National Coursing Meeting in Clonmel, Co Tipperary, Mr McEntee said the greyhound sector creates employment and is a part of Irish life.

“The best greyhounds in the world are bred in Ireland, just like the best horses are bred in Ireland. We have to make sure no one comes near to taking that away from us.”

Two members of the Technical Group in the Dáil, Clare Daly and Maureen O’Sullivan, have indicated their intention to introduce a private members’ Bill before Easter, seeking the abolition of hare coursing. Mr McEntee yesterday appealed to opponents of the sport to witness it at first hand.

“Anyone who would come down and see what is happening today – the only one that’s being made a fool of is the greyhound. There’s no danger to the hare and people should come and see for themselves.”

Up to 50,000 people are estimated to have attended the three days of the national coursing meeting, in Powerstown Park racecourse in Clonmel, which is estimated to be worth about €16 million to the local economy. Chief-executive of the Irish Coursing Club, DJ Histon, pointed out that muzzling of the greyhounds taking part has been in place since 1993.

He said that, of the 565,000 hares found to exist in Ireland in a Department of the Environment survey in 2007, coursing clubs required 1 per cent.

The Clonmel event attracted large-scale protests in the years before muzzling was introduced but in recent years opposition has been more low-key.

A small crowd led by the Animal Rights Action Network held a “symbolic” protest outside Powerstown Park on Monday but there was no picket yesterday
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 24, 2012 3:21 PM GMT
Co. Limerick IRISH CUP Draw
JP McManus Irish Cup

Reserves (in order):
JINGLES: BEN NEVIS:
ASHMORE TURBO: SINCE KYABRAM:
CLADDAGH HIGHT: HIGHLAND HAWK

1 : TOAST MASTER Trajectory ex Chubbys Accord
2 : MOREDORADO VIEW Ashmore View ex Eldorado

3 : RIGHTTOGOWRONG Bexhill Eoin ex Ready To Sleep
4 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose

5 : KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan
6 : CHARLEMONT MILLS Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil

7 : STAR CHASER Mounteden Guest ex Rith Gan Gaisce
8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady

9 : SOUND PISTOL Musical Time ex Leigh Shadow
10 : PAY ME Bexhill Eoin ex Uptown Smurf

11 : O DONOVAN JOHN Matt Hyland ex Ardmayle Saiorse
12 : FASCINATOR Bexhill Eoin ex Bambas Hawkeye

13 : SCARTVIEW SAGE Eoin Rua ex Three Fools
14 : CUDDLY MAN Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

15 : MARSHALS SAFARI Be Over Quick ex Marshals Chelsea
16 : DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

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17 : KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy
18 : LAWLEE Castle Pines ex Billa Og

19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
20 : KILLEAGH MATT Tynwald Smokey ex The Other Sense

21 : ALL IN JO Murtys Blaze ex Shes A Dazzler
22 : KINGSMILL EXILE Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil

23 : KILPEACON ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Moon Top
24 : MASTER MC HUGH Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
26 : KYLE TANYARD Kyle James ex Tanyard Beauty

27 : FARRAN DELIGHT Bar Time ex Drimeen Delight
28 : KINGSMILL LARCH Kingsmill Dynamo ex Larchill Lil

29 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time
30 : INDEPUB Shelbourne Aston ex Parker Doll

31 : OFFSHORE EOIN Eoin Rua ex Inspiring
32 : KYLE BASIL Matt Hyland ex Rith Gan Gaisce

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33 : ASHMORE MASTER Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam
34 : BALLYROCK EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Gold Flake

35 : HOPES AND DREAMS Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord
36 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set

37 : APPLE DREAMER Trajectory ex Raven Vixen
38 : BALLYMORE BOB Bexhill Eoin ex Spice One

39 : ASHMORE SAMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam
40 : BALLYHILL SELES Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel

41 : UPTOWN DON Bexhill Eoin ex Three Fools
42 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald

43 : RAZOR ASH Tullamore ex Razor Lady
44 : GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord

45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru
46 : CRAFTY DENSO Vacume Legend ex Crafty Montico

47 : DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy
48 : GLANMORE ADAM Bexhill Eoin ex Cleanglass Grace

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49 : CANTALACH COCAIM Droopys Saunders ex Fiery Mary
50 : CENTRAL CITY Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel

51 : STRIKE THE LOTTO Galway Mark ex Dukeries Fern
52 : DROOPYS BABS Janey Mac Aroo ex Droopys Scotch

53 : TOCK TICK Bexhill Eoin ex Marwood Type
54 : NEEDHAM SKILL Razor Ashmore ex Tango Time

55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl
56 : FLEETWOOD DON Castle Pines ex Mucky Kate

57 : BORROWED BLUE Saleen Knight ex A Big Ask
58 : HELENS JET Droopys Saunders ex Liscahane Fiery

59 : MOOT POINT Matt Hyland ex Miss Preston
60 : GALLYS BRIDGE Judicial Best ex Beaufort Bridge

61 : BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
62 : AFTERTIMING Bexhill Eoin ex Butlers Mary

63 : CASTLEMARTYR LAD Why Tanyardmoon ex Gallant Pride
64 : COOL STORM Musical Time ex Coolavanny Storm

Select All Age Bitch Stake

Reserves (in order):
INTENSE FOCUS: HIGHLAND BROOK:
BALLYMORE POLLY: BOMBSHELRIAPANTS

1 : SHAUNANNE FLYER Murtys Gang ex Multibetty
2 : RIOS GIRL Ballymac Maeve ex Itellyoupatsy

3 : RAVEL GLORY Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam
4 : DEIRIN ROSE Ashmore View ex Deirin Moon

5 : MRS JINGLES Castle Pines ex Billa Og
6 : COFFEE IN CURROW Bexhill Eoin ex Shanavulin Queen

7 : BARRACK BIMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Barrack Court
8 : OILEAN MYSTIC Droopys Caesar ex Oilean Dancer
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9 : GAISCE MOR Bexhill Eoin ex Rith Gan Gaisce
10 : ALAINN Bexhill Eoin ex Tullamoy Lady

11 : MUNGOS CERELLA Dale Blue Boy ex Mungos Majestic
12 : PORTINARD NINE Trajectory ex Four Options

13 : MOORSTOWN MERSEY O Flahertys Man ex Garvan Groovy
14 : KINGSMILL EVE Kingsmill Dynamo ex Global Call

15 : JERU MELODY Siena Steel ex Jeru
16 : JOB DONE Windfarm ex Larkspur Flash
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17 : KERRYKIL LASS Musical Time ex Norwood Countess
18 : CAROLINA CRYSTAL Bexhill Eoin ex Brief Star

19 : LISTOWEL LADY Bexhill Eoin ex Denham Darkie
20 : MAGICAL SOPHIE Bexhill Eoin ex Brats Delight

21 : TRIOANAS JOY Bexhill Eoin ex Ballymac Jane
22 : CAPETOWN LUCY Murtys Gang ex Smokey Blossom

23 : BEAUTIFUL CHRISY Ashmore View ex Cudham Perfect
24 : CENTRAL DANCER Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time
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25 : AWE AND WONDER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord
26 : MARYS LADY Razor Ashmore ex Tango Time

27 : GENTLE ANGEL Matt Hyland ex Kildonogue Lass
28 : CASSIEBEAG Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times

29 : CUSHIE VICTORIA Bexhill Eoin ex Moat Elsa
30 : OCEAN TOLULA Bexhill Eoin ex Hollyoak Rayana

31 : BAMBAS MINNIE Bexhill Eoin ex Bambas Hawkeye
32 : SPRING HAWK Razor Ashmore ex Kilpeacon Petals
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 24, 2012 3:23 PM GMT
JP McManus Irish Cup FIRST ROUND RESULTS

1 : TOAST MASTER Trajectory ex Chubbys Accord
4 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose

5 : KYLE RANGER Matt Hyland ex Ballyorgan
8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady

9 : SOUND PISTOL Musical Time ex Leigh Shadow
12 : FASCINATOR Bexhill Eoin ex Bambas Hawkeye

14 : CUDDLY MAN Johnny Casanova ex Maughera Times
16 : DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

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17 : KYLE KING Kyle James ex Ballybeg Fancy
19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade

21 : ALL IN JO Murtys Blaze ex Shes A Dazzler
23 : KILPEACON ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Moon Top

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
RES (A) JINGLES Trajectory ex Billa og

29 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time
31 : OFFSHORE EOIN Eoin Rua ex Inspiring

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33 : ASHMORE MASTER Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam
36 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set

37 : APPLE DREAMER Trajectory ex Raven Vixen
39 : ASHMORE SAMBO Bexhill Eoin ex Carrick Sam

42 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
44 : GAFFNEY RANGER Bexhill Eoin ex Chubbys Accord

45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru
47 : DRESDEN CALL Bexhill Eoin ex Call Biddy

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50 : CENTRAL CITY Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel
51 : STRIKE THE LOTTO Galway Mark ex Dukeries Fern

54 : NEEDHAM SKILL Razor Ashmore ex Tango Time
55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl

57 : BORROWED BLUE Saleen Knight ex A Big Ask
59 : MOOT POINT Matt Hyland ex Miss Preston

61 : BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
63 : CASTLEMARTYR LAD Why Tanyardmoon ex Gallant Pride
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 25, 2012 2:09 PM GMT
J P McManus Irish Cup RESULTS
Third Round

4 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose
8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady

9 : SOUND PISTOL Musical Time ex Leigh Shadow
16 : DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

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19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
23 : KILPEACON ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Moon Top

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
29 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time

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36 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set
37 : APPLE DREAMER Trajectory ex Raven Vixen

42 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru

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50 : CENTRAL CITY Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel
55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl

57 : BORROWED BLUE Saleen Knight ex A Big Ask
61 : BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 25, 2012 2:09 PM GMT
J P McManus Irish Cup RESULTS
Third Round

4 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose
8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady

9 : SOUND PISTOL Musical Time ex Leigh Shadow
16 : DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

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19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
23 : KILPEACON ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Moon Top

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
29 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time

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36 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set
37 : APPLE DREAMER Trajectory ex Raven Vixen

42 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru

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50 : CENTRAL CITY Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel
55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl

57 : BORROWED BLUE Saleen Knight ex A Big Ask
61 : BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 25, 2012 2:09 PM GMT
J P McManus Irish Cup RESULTS
Third Round

4 : LIXNAW EOIN Bexhill Eoin ex Bridewell Rose
8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady

9 : SOUND PISTOL Musical Time ex Leigh Shadow
16 : DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

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19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
23 : KILPEACON ASH Bexhill Eoin ex Moon Top

25 : BLUEVIEW DAN Murtys Gang ex Foxhill Rio
29 : WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time

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36 : SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set
37 : APPLE DREAMER Trajectory ex Raven Vixen

42 : ARISE SIR MARK Bexhill Eoin ex Minor Tynwald
45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru

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50 : CENTRAL CITY Ballymac Maeve ex Baby Hazel
55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl

57 : BORROWED BLUE Saleen Knight ex A Big Ask
61 : BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 25, 2012 3:01 PM GMT
Third Round Survivors Irish Cup

Qtr 1
8 WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady
16 DRUMCROW VIEW Droopys Scolari ex Drumcrow Nicola

Qtr 2
19 KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
29  WHITESTONE RAI Droopys Saunders ex Wake Up Time

Qtr 3
36 SMART TOUCH Dual Type ex Safety Set
45  JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru

Qtr 4
55 CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl
61  BRANNIG RIOBAMBA Bexhill Eoin ex Leigh Shady
Report Catch Me ifyoucan February 25, 2012 4:19 PM GMT
Berkie  & Charlie Browne

Windfarm Eiscir 16/1
Drumcrow View 25/1

Killmor Matey 6/1
Whitestone Rai 14/1

Smart Touch 20/1
Jeru Cavendish 25/1

Cheslea Speed 14/1
Brannig Riobamba 40/1
Report never give up February 25, 2012 4:49 PM GMT
killmor matey and chelsea speed 2/1 joint favs now
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 26, 2012 1:59 PM GMT
I hear it's been a complete disaster of a meeting, Wrong flags been pulled Hares all over the place, dogs slipped up to 70 yards behind the hare, Long slips, Unsightings galore and more Back To Slips then you'd get all season at the rest of the meetings, no surprise the cancelled some of the stakes today and shortened the field.

Qtr final winners
JP Cup
Windfarm Eiscir
Killimor Matey
Smart Touch/jeru Cavendish (BTS)
Chelsea Speed

Bitch Stake
Rios Girl
Gaisce Mor
Capetown Lucy
Gentle Angel
Report Anaglogs Daughter February 26, 2012 6:00 PM GMT
JP McManus Irish Cup
Semi final

8 : WINDFARM EISCIR Bexhill Eoin ex Windfarm Lady
19 : KILLIMOR MATEY Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade

45 : JERU CAVENDISH Siena Steel ex Jeru
55 : CHELSEA SPEED Murtys Blaze ex Chelsea Girl


JP McManus Irish Cup 2012 RESULT
WINNER

JERU CAVENDISH (P)
Siena Steel ex Jeru
OWNER Miss Jenna M. O’Donoghue
BREEDER Miss Jenna M. O'Donoghue

RUNNER UP
KILLIMOR MATEY
Bexhill Eoin ex Graigue Cascade
OWNER Mr. Michael Ryan
BREEDER Men-Of-The-Cross-Syndicate


That's it over and out for the 2011/12 Coursing season....New thread next season Happy
Report BJG April 4, 2012 7:13 PM BST
Irish Cup winner failed test Confused
Report kavvie April 4, 2012 9:41 PM BST
not sure.they say he was administered a cough bottle..he still might be ok when its clarified..
Report Anaglogs Daughter July 1, 2012 9:25 PM BST
Irish Cup winner Cavendish stripped of title

By Tom Aherne irishexaminer.ie

Irish Cup winner Jeru Cavendish, under the guardianship of John O’Donoghue, Co. Clare and trained by John Browne, Co. Clare, has been sensationally disqualified almost four months after the event was staged at Patrickswell, Co Limerick.

Although the rumour mill has been buzzing with speculation for some weeks, the news finally came to light yesterday when the ICC announced that tests from the National Greyhound Laboratory revealed the winner of the blue riband event had tested positive for the banned substances, Ephedrine and Phenylpropanolamine.

A meeting of the Hearing Committee, appointed by the ICC Executive Committee, found connections in breach of rule 88 and ordered the forfeiture of the €80,000 prize money and trophies.

The trainer was also cautioned as to future observance of ICC rules.

Beaten finalist Killimor Matey, trained by Jerry Holian and owned by Michael Ryan, Johnstown, Co Kilkenny, has been officially declared the Irish Cup winner and the record amended so that each greyhound beaten by Jeru Cavendish is promoted by one round and prize money awarded based on revised round positions.

In further fallout from the testing procedures, two greyhounds who competed at the National Meeting in Clonmel on February 1, were also found in breach of Rule 88.

Derby semi-finalist India Rio, owned by the Strictly Private Syndicate c/o John Murphy and trained by John Murphy, Co. Cork, was found to have the banned substance Modafinil in his system and has been retrospectively disqualified.

Connections must surrender the prize money of €3,500 and the trainer also cautioned as to future observance of ICC Rules.

The knock-on effect means each greyhound beaten by India Rio is promoted by one round and the prize money revised accordingly.

Champion Stakes quarter-finalist Dresden Call, owned by Josephine McCarthy, Dublin and trained by John Kelliher, Co. Kerry, was found to have Ephedrine in his system and was duly disqualified.

Connections forfeit the prize money of €1,500 and the trainer also cautioned as to future observance of ICC Rules.

As in the other cases, each greyhound beaten by Dresden Call is promoted by one round and prize money again adjusted accordingly.

There were no appeals against any of the decisions and ICC CEO/secretary DJ Histon explained that in all three cases no further penalties were imposed as the committee took into account the ‘open manner’ in which the parties presented their cases.

Histon was also emphatic that the ICC will remain vigilant, warning: "The Rules of the ICC apply to everyone and must be enforced evenly to ensure a fair platform for all participants and when the rules are infringed appropriate sanctions must apply. This is the minimum standard on which any sport must operate".

* The outcome of the investigation concerning the winner of the 2006 Irish Cup, Boavista, has not been concluded as it is the subject to protracted legal proceedings
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