Howie Again!

Written by Sue Kenny on September 30, 2017

Photo by Jim McCue.  Just Howard has got to be one, if not THE most laid back horses in the barn.  He’s still a colt but doesn’t know it.  He’s beside a filly and doesn’t care; in fact at one time he was behind a filly with the grate open and Lisa, who groomed him

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Almond Roca

Written by Sue Kenny on September 29, 2017

You’d think being by Speightstown out of a Holy Bull mare that she’d be fast, and you’d be right!  She whizzed over the Laurel turf this afternoon in her five and a half furlong race on the turf to win by about four lengths   Feargal Lynch rode her.  Many congratulations to Chadds Ford Stable.

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Moveslike Molasses

Written by Sue Kenny on September 28, 2017

Did not last night!  A half brother to two Stake winners he won his first race out of three starts on the Tapeta at Presque Isle.  He was in a long stretch duel and was very game.  Congratulations to owner and breeder Alex G. Campbell.

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Irish Defence

Written by Sue Kenny on September 24, 2017

Wow, she’s now won half of her eight starts and last night was her first try on turf.  She’s a half to Irish War Cry and Irish Strait so she’s certainly keeping up the family name!  It was the shortest distance she’s run, at five furlongs, so she’s now won from that distance up to

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The Real Rider Cup

Written by Maggie Kimmitt on September 21, 2017

  The inaugural Real Rider Cup at the Plantation Field Horse Trials on Sunday, September 17 was such a rollicking good time that it has taken us three days to recover from it…and to review the 1,000+ (literally!) photos that were taken at the event. Twenty riders comprised four teams of five riders each –

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