Red Tea Group 2 Killboy Estates Winner  21.07.2019

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Linger impresses at Galway

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The well-backed favourite Linger (3s into 9/4 fav on course) stormed clear to win the second race of the opening evening at Galway, the Easyfix Handicap Hurdle, by six lengths.

He seemed to have a lot to do between the last two flights, but a gap opened on the approach to the last and the winner shot clear under JJ Slevin to leave the the others fighting for minor money.

Roachdale House (20/1) was second, half a length ahead of the third Volatile Lady (18/1). The well-fancied Convara (8s into 7/2 on course) had every chance and came in fourth.

Once a gamble for the Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle at Chelltenham when pulled up, the winner has prospered on the Flat this year since joining Joseph O’Brien and looks very well-handicapped over hurdles on this evidence.

“He had a great position but then one of the front runners was struggling and they just took us back. But JJ didn’t panic on him, he waited for the gap and he’s come good for him,” said winning trainer Joseph O’Brien.

"We freshened him up for this. We thought he was well handicapped and we've had this race in mind for a while.

“He's entered on the Flat here on Wednesday and will also be entered here over hurdles at the weekend. I’d say there’s a good chance he’ll be coming back (later in the week).

“Obviously having winners in Galway is everything so it’s great for Johnny Murphy and all the Rugby and Racing lads. There’s plenty of the lads here today so I’d say they’ll enjoy it and have a good night tonight."

Successor gives Joseph a quick fire double 

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Darragh O’Keeffe earlier shared the spoils on dead-heater Black Spot On in the 6.50 but he was at the number one spot on his own courtesy of Successor in the Opel 192 Handicap Chase at Wexford.

Smithscorner fell two out when disputing the lead here, and Successor then went on to account for My Manekineko by a length.

This brought up an across the card double for Joseph O’Brien, on the mark at Down Royal with Downdraft.

After a 33rd winner overall O'Keeffe said: "I probably got to the front too soon. He travelled away and jumped great.

"He is just one of those that you have to keep on the bridle for as long as you can. He wasn't really doing a whole lot but his head was still in front at the line and that is the main thing.

"That's my first winner for Joseph as well so it's great. Frank (Berry) and Mr McManus (owner) have been giving me a few spares and it's great to be picking them up."

(DM & EM)

Feature race of the night goes to Downdraft 

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The Listed Her Majesty’s Plate at Down Royal saw champion jockey Donnacha O’Brien complete a double on his brother Joseph’s Downdraft.

Half-an-hour earlier it was last gasp for O’Brien on his father Aidan’s Royal County Down in the seven furlong two-year-old maiden.

That win was achieved by a nose but it was clearer-cut for Downdraft (11/4) as he accounted for well-backed favourite The King (13/8 into 11/8) by three lengths.

"He's a beautiful horse to ride, you just throw the reins at him and he goes along at his own pace. Then when you give him a squeeze he is there for you," said Donnacha O'Brien.

"He's an improving horse and I think the step up in trip brought about more improvement.

I'll leave it to Joseph (O'Brien), but there is anywhere he can go with him - he can go anywhere, he is tactical and he relaxes, so you would have a load of options with him."

(MG & EM)

Vitalogy springs a 25/1 surprise win on debut 

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 Joseph O’Brien ran three in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden at Naas and his first time out Vitalogy (25/1), under Shane Crosse, looked useful when getting up close home to defeat a couple of rivals with good form in the book.
The son of No Nay Never, who cost 120,000 Euros at the Arqana Breeze-Up Sale in May, finished off his race very strongly to collar long-time leader Arranmore and the odds-on Harpocrates (fifth in the Chesham Stakes previously).

He looks an above average horse and I’d say that was a decent enough maiden. It was a messy race as they hacked to halfway and then sprinted from there. He will learn plenty as well.

“He will have to go into a Stakes race now. I had it in my head to go seven with him next time but looking at that he doesn't need to go  Seven"

Additional reporting by Alan Magee

Red Tea wins Kilboy Estates Group 2 

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Red Tea dominated from the front to run out a cosy winner of the Kilboy Estate Stakes at the Curragh this afternoon.

With the race reduced to five, following three non-runners, Joseph O'Brien's charge went to post a 11/10 shot for the Group 2 contest over nine furlongs.

Donnacha O'Brien bounced out in front on the daughter of Sakhee and she responded well when asked to quicken a furlong-and-a-half from home.

The favourite soon has matters in hand and just needed to be kept going 'hands and heels' in the closing stages to post a comfortable two-length win.

Red Tea had been third at the same level here in May before finishing mid-division at Royal Ascot.

“Donnacha gave her a lovely ride, kept it very simple and controlled the race,” said O'Brien.

“In fairness she is a good mare. She's bee improving and improving and to be a Group 2 winner now she is hugely valuable.

“It cut up a little bit in fairness but still she had to go and do it and she's done it well.

“I don't think she even got a flick, she was good and impressive.

“To be honest I don't have another plan with her. She's a Group 2 winner now.

“She's a filly that could maybe travel a little bit. The Blandford could be another option.

“She was very well bought and I'm delighted for all the lads.”

She gave Joseph O'Brien a double on the card as Latin Five landed the nursery in race two.


Latin Five a tidy winner of the Nursery

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Latin Five was a decisive winner of the nursery in the Curragh for the O'Brien brothers.

He travelled well and Donnacha O'Brien sent him into the lead over a furlong out and the Camacho colt readily stayed on to score by two lengths.

He was returned at 5/2 from Captain Corcoran who chased him home in second at 16/1.

Joseph O'Brien said: “That was good. Donnacha thought it was the first time he was 100 per cent professional. Ours usually take a couple of runs to come and he took a good jump up today,” said Joseph O'Brien.

“We always thought he was well capable of winning a maiden.

“It was too sharp for him on his second run and at Limerick it was his first run after a break and he gave a little blow. He ran well there.

“He loved that stiff six and he's out of a Galileo mare so he should get seven furlongs.

“Donnacha said it's very blustery and he thought he might have raced too handy in the breeze but he quickened up and ran to the line well.”


Gutsy Waitingfortheday fights off all comers

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Waitingfortheday came out on top of a battle with the favourite Crafty Madam in the fillies' handicap at the Curragh.

The four-year-old tracked Leagan Gaeilge before being asked to deliver her challenge passing the furlong marker.

As she got on terms with the leader, Crafty Madam also unleashed her finish down the outside as three horses raced in line in the final 200 yards.

Laegan Gaeilge was the first to crack as Waitingfortheday took a narrow lead from Crafty Madam.

The pair fought the spoils out in the final 150 yards but it Waitingfortheday who stuck her neck out and refused to be passed.

She delivered by half a length at 9/2 from the 7/4 'jolly'. Laegan Gaeilge was two and a quarter lengths adrift in third.

Trainer Joseph O'Brien said: "Donnacha (O'Brien) gave her a lovely ride.

“There wasn't much pace on, and we were probably going to be a bit further back, but he grabbed the bull by the horns and went on and sat second.

“He controlled most of the race and then she was tough when he needed her when Ken Condon's filly (Crafty Madam) came. She toughed it out well.

“She's a great filly for the lads as she been so consistent. For the last few years she's seldom ran a bad race and that's probably her career best today.

“It's a good pot. There a bunch of these fillies' handicaps this year and they are fantastic for these fillies.

“There are animals staying in training just for those races. She could have gone to the shed last year but she has great money to run for all year.

“She could go to Galway, she'll have plenty of entries.”

Gardens Of Babylon returns to the flat at Killarney

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Gardens Of Babylon, third in the Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, warms up for another jumps campaign with a run on the Flat at Killarney on Friday.

The four-year-old, trained by Joseph O’Brien, ran twice on the level without success for Aidan O’Brien, but wasted no time in showing an aptitude for obstacles with two victories and several creditable efforts at a high level.

The JP McManus-owned Gardens Of Babylon returns to action in the Tote Maiden over a mile and three-quarters, in which he has 13 rivals.

Iridessa makes a strong challenge for the Irish Oaks

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Recent Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes winner Iridessa trained by Joseph O'Brien heads the list of Irish trained runners for Saturday’s Oaks at the Curragh, the daughter of Epsom Derby winner Ruler Of The World is stepping up to a mile and a half for the first time where she faces a field of 12 rivals. She is the only dual Group 1 winner in the field and is clearly a class act. Joseph is hoping to add to his list of Irish Classic winners having won the Irish Derby last year with Latrobe.

When asked about his filly Joseph said: -

“She's in good shape and the plan is probably to run at the weekend, which we're looking forward to. The step up in trip really suited her in the Pretty Polly Stakes last time and we've been happy with how she's come out of the race. You just never really know whether they'll stay the extra couple of furlongs until you try, but she's very well and we're hopeful she'll get the trip."


Update on Band Of Outlaws

Thomas Hobson (Paul Townend,left) races away from Band Of Outlaws when taking the Kevin McManus Bookmaker Grimes Hurdle.Tipperary.Photo: Patrick McCann/Racing Post 04.07.2019

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 "Band Of Outlaws ran a good race on his comeback at Tipperary and is in good shape. He came out of it well and it was his first run after a lay-off, so you'd be hoping there's improvement to come.

"It would probably make sense to go straight to Galway with him now. He'll be entered in the Galway Hurdle, but we'll also put him in some of the handicaps on the Flat too.

"We'll give him a number of entries and the final decision on whether he'll run in one or two will be made closer to the time."

Commandant makes all to score over fences


Commandant made all to take the Killarney Park Hotel Handicap Chase, scoring under Hugh Morgan for Joseph O'Brien.

Successful at Wexford in April, the son of Presenting had been disappointing of late and was fitted with cheekpieces for the first time this evening.

Stepping up in trip in this extended two and a half mile contest, the six-year-old gelding was sent off a 14/1 chance in the colours of Gigginstown House Stud.

Soon in a clear lead, he jumped well throughout and had all his rivals in trouble approaching the last, keeping on well from there to score by three and a half lengths.

Speaking on Racing TV afterwards, assistant trainer Brendan Powell said: "Joseph has done a great job getting this horse back on the winning track again.

"I just thought that Hugh gave him an absolute peach of a ride. Joseph decided he should make the the running on him tonight and the horse loved being in front.

"He went a decent gallop, stacked them up and kicked on again. Hugh always felt he was travelling well underneath him and he jumped great. It's nice for the horse to win again.

"The way he was ridden tonight has made a big difference to him."

Unforgetable & Shane take the opener 

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Unforgetable landed the opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF (Fillies) Maiden at Fairyhouse today for trainer Joseph O'Brien and stable apprentice jockey Shane Corsse.

The daughter of Muhaarar finished third and a short head in front of Pronouncement when the pair met on their respective debuts at Naas on June 26 but Unforgetable today extended that margin to two and a half lengths as the pair led home the other seven runners.

Trainer O'Brien wasn't present, and Crosse later said “we really liked her at home and she's really taken a big step forward from her first run. She finished third first time and we didn't get the clearest of runs but she showed enough that she could do a job for us.

“I jumped her out good and smart and I had to use her for the first furlong. You'd have to like her attitude and she's nice.

“She was just half speeding from a furlong-and-a-half down and then I gave her a flick and she puts her ears back.

 “Ours really do take a big jump from the first run to second run and hopefully that's not the end of her. I've no doubt that she will get seven but she's showing lots of speed and there is no need to go there yet.”

Alligator Alley impresses at Navan

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Alligator Alley belied a walk in the market to put his rivals away in good style in the juvenile maiden at Navan.

This was the Kingman colt's third start having finished fourth and third in good maidens over six furlongs at the Curragh.

Joseph O'Brien's charge broke smartly to lead with The Peckhampouncer in a close second, as the pair dictated throughout.

The Peckhampouncer was scrubbed along approaching the final furlong as Alligator Alley travelled powerfully.

Alligator Alley drew clear inside the final furlong to win by a healthy five lengths at 11/4 having opened at 11/10.

“It was very easy. I think five furlongs is going to be the key to him, I don't think he stays six really,” said Donnacha O'Brien.

“We've bounced and done things right. I'm not sure if it was much of a maiden but he gave me a nice feel today.

“He was behind some proper horses in maidens. Even thought he wasn't getting near to them it was proper, nearly top-class, form in the book.”

5 of Josephs horses sold today at Tattersalls July sale

180Dramatise (IRE) 2015 B.F. BY Intikhab (USA) EX Typecast (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
181Ingelara (IRE) 2015 Ch.F. BY Zoffany (IRE) EX Playamongthestars (AUS) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
182Realm Ruler (IRE) 2015 B.G. BY Shamardal (USA) EX Chiosina (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Kritikos Adonis800
183Rehoboth Beach (USA) 2016 B.C. BY Treasure Beach (GB) EX Cold Blooded (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
184Clarendon (GB) 2016 B.C. BY Australia (GB) EX Lady Gloria (GB) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
185Delgany (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Camelot (GB) EX Tadris (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Ramzi Alghul3,000
186King's Field (IRE) 2015 B.C. BY Kodiac (GB) EX Mimiteh (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Not Sold  MAKE OFFER95,000
221Royal Court (IRE) 2016 Ch.G. BY Zoffany (IRE) EX Court Circular (GB) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Jassim Hamad Al-Atteya16,000
222Crockford (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Camelot (GB) EX Meiosis (USA) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
223Esprit de Lumiere (IRE) 2016 B.G. BY Invincible Spirit (IRE) EX Faraday Light (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
224Vivax (IRE) 2016 B.G. BY Dandy Man (IRE) EX Princess Mood (GER) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Ruth Carr18,000
225The Game of Life (GB) 2015 B.G. BY Oasis Dream (GB) EX Velvet Star (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
226Eminent Authority (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Frankel (GB) EX L'Ancresse (IRE) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn
227King's Vow (FR) 2016 B.C. BY Frankel (GB) EX Seven Magicians (USA) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Lot Withdrawn

240Jupiter Road (GB) 2016 B.C. BY Charm Spirit (IRE) EX Thankful (GB) UPDATEThe Castlebridge ConsignmentJamie Piggott / Nigel Tinkler22,000

Treasure Chest strikes gold over fences


Joseph O'Brien's Treasure Chest made it two in a row over fences with a length and half verdict in the Abbey Hotel Roscommon Handicap Chase.

The six-year-old son of Galileo tracked Roachdale House until that rival blundered and unseated Paddy Merrigan five out.

This left Treasure Chest and Afatcat disputing at the fourth last. The former soon led as he hugged the rail heading for home.

Treasure Chest had a host of challengers in behind, though, as he straightened up for the final three fences.

He was asked for more by JJ Slevin after three out and the 4/1 shot found plenty.

The pair jumped the last in charge as One In All (7/2) In tried to close, but the leader was too strong.

JP McManus' racing manager Frank Berry said: “He jumped away well and liked the ground. We'll find another little one for him.

“He's improving and getting his jumping together, it's better every day. The ground is a big thing for him, he's loving it.”

Treasure Chest also landed a handicap chase in Clonmel last month.

Downdraft wins the Listed Lenebane Stakes

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Due to the change in going Kangaroo Valley was a non-runner and Donnacha O'Brien switched on to Royal Ascot sixth Downdraft to gain an important success in the Listed Lenebane Stakes at Roscommon.

Owned by OTI Racing and trained by O'Brien's brother Joseph, 6/4 favourite Downdraft came forward nicely from his commendable Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap effort.

They were taken along in this four runner event by Masaff, but Downdraft got there at his ease to lead over a furlong out.

He did then edge slightly left inside the last before securing a half length verdict over Massif Central.

After being confirmed the winner following a steward's enquiry Donnacha O'Brien said: "It went very smooth. My horse relaxed lovely and I knew he had a turn of foot.

"I was happy to keep sitting second off a slow pace and once I asked him to quicken he quickened well.

"I'll leave plans to Joseph but he's a smart little horse and he's versatile. I'm sure Joseph will pick a good option for him."


Jumellea gives Joseph a treble

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Following on from Syrena and Fancy Footings earlier, Jumellea (20/1) brought up a treble for Joseph O’Brien at Limerick in the Racing Again Next Saturday Handicap.

O’Brien’s brother Donnacha rode Syrena and Fancy Footings but it was Declan McDonogh that took the reins on the lightly-weighted Jumellea.

Donnacha this time was on eventual sixth home, Shadow Seven. Up front Jumellea wasn’t to be defeated in first-time blinkers though.

Bred by Aidan and Annmarie O’Brien, and her father Joe Crowley, the successful Zoffany filly here got the better of One Cool Poet by a head, with four and a half lengths back to odds-on favourite Building Bridges in third.

Jumellea is owned by Mrs O’Brien and after this win stable representative Brendan Powell said: "She's very tough and hardy.

She continued to step up in trip and will probably stay further again.

"Declan (McDonogh) said she'd win again and somewhere like the hill at Galway could suit her, although I don't know if there's anything there for her and that will be up to Joseph.

"She's very genuine but I think the blinkers just made her switch on a bit."

(TW & EM)

Fancy Footings becomes Joseph's 160th flat winner as a trainer

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On his third start for Joseph O’Brien Fancy Footings brought up a double for the Piltown trainer, and his brother Donnacha, in the Stagefright Play Live On 13th July Handicap at Limerick.

Earlier on the mark with Syrena, the brace was completed for the O’Briens as Fancy Footings won his first race at the sixth attempt.

Both the second, Travelwise, and third, Cyrus Dallin, were eye-catching, but on the day 3/1 favourite Fancy Footings proved half a length and a length and a half superior.

A second winner on the card for Ballyhane Stud stallion Dandy Man, following on from Croughavouke in the opener, Fancy Footings' performance prompted stable representative Brendan Powell to say: "He only just got the mile and it was an ordinary race

"He'd be good enough over seven. When he quickened a furlong out he found a length and that's what won him the race.

"It's nice for him to win and it's great for the guys (Arion Racing Club and Andrew and Gemma Brown) who own him as it's their first horse with us."

(TW & EM)

Syrena edges out Jungle Jungle in thrilling finish 

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Just a nose split them at the end of the Follow Limerick Racecourse On Facebook Handicap with top-weight Syrena prevailing for Joseph and Donnacha O’Brien.

On first viewing it looked like Jungle Jungle might have done enough, but the photo showed that Syrena had edged it.

The O’Briens and winning owners the Annus Mirabilis Syndicate were bouncing back quickly after their Latin Five (3rd) had been a beaten favourite in race one.

Stable representative Brendan Powell said on the winning market-leader (a 7/2 shot): “Donnacha said she is as hard as nails and is tough. What she'd lack in ability she'd make up for it because she is very tough. I actually thought she was beaten but she stuck her head out.

"It'll be tougher for her when she goes up again but she'll win again.

"It is nice for the syndicate who have eight or ten horses in the yard and it's lovely for them."
No separating True Blue Moon & Stanhope 

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Stanhope and True Blue Moon couldn't be separated in the Indaver Ireland Handicap.

Stanhope stumbled on breaking from the stalls and neither looked likely to challenge, as they were both pushed along towards rear from early.

However they powered home down the outer inside the final furlong and flashed by the winning post in unison.

Snow Patch (13/2) who raced prominently on the inner was just denied by the aforementioned duo. He had to settle for third, a further neck behind.

Stanhope was returned the 7/2 favourite under Colin Keane for Damian English, while True Blue Moon was 5/1 with Declan McDonogh aboard for Joseph O'Brien.

McDonogh added: "Colin's horses stumbled and he nearly fell off. He was straight down on his nose.

"I wasn't sure (passing the post) as I thought the stand's side had the advantage but the bob was good to me.

"We went Prix de l'Abbaye pace and it collapsed across the road."


Jupiter Road sticks on gamely to win off top weight 

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Brothers Joseph and Donnacha O'Brien teamed up to win the Tara Stud Handicap at Bellewstown today as Jupiter Road battled gamely to fend off the challenge of Festina Plente in a tight finish.

Jupiter Road improved to lead early in the home straight but looked likely to be beaten once Festina Plente loomed alongside inside the final furlong. Festina Plente's run flattened out close home whereas Jupiter Road found more and edged ahead in the last strides for a head win.

Winning trainer Joseph O'Brien wasn't present and later brother Donnacha mentioned “Dusty (Foley, on runner-up Festina Plente) came and headed me but I just wanted to get my lad over the road (inside the final furling) and he found enough then when I asked him.”


Joseph's 13 lots for Tattersalls July sale 

180Dramatise (IRE) 2015 B.F. BY Intikhab (USA) EX Typecast (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 362
181Ingelara (IRE) 2015 Ch.F. BY Zoffany (IRE) EX Playamongthestars (AUS) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 363
182Realm Ruler (IRE) 2015 B.G. BY Shamardal (USA) EX Chiosina (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 364
183Rehoboth Beach (USA) 2016 B.C. BY Treasure Beach (GB) EX Cold Blooded (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 365
184Clarendon (GB) 2016 B.C. BY Australia (GB) EX Lady Gloria (GB) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 366
185Delgany (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Camelot (GB) EX Tadris (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 367
186King's Field (IRE) 2015 B.C. BY Kodiac (GB) EX Mimiteh (USA) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 368
221Royal Court (IRE) 2016 Ch.G. BY Zoffany (IRE) EX Court Circular (GB) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som S 369
222Crockford (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Camelot (GB) EX Meiosis (USA) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 370
223Esprit de Lumiere (IRE) 2016 B.G. BY Invincible Spirit (IRE) EX Faraday Light (IRE)   Lot WithdrawnCarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 371
224Vivax (IRE) 2016 B.G. BY Dandy Man (IRE) EX Princess Mood (GER) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 372
225The Game of Life (GB) 2015 B.G. BY Oasis Dream (GB) EX Velvet Star (IRE) Carriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 373
226Eminent Authority (IRE) 2016 B.C. BY Frankel (GB) EX L'Ancresse (IRE) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 374
227King's Vow (FR) 2016 B.C. BY Frankel (GB) EX Seven Magicians (USA) UPDATECarriganog Racing, Ireland (J. P. O'Brien)Som R 375