Success Stories to Date
Meet our previous horses:
Raphael is a stunning 5-year-old bay gelding by Roderic O'Connor. We purchased him after winning a mile race at Leopardstown Racecourse in July 2019. He won for us at Killarney in July 2020 and two races at Dundalk, we wish his new owners all the best.
Yuften is an 8yo gelding who we purchased from a claiming race at Limerick.
He was trained by Ado McGuinness in Ireland and was owned by Shamrock and Dooley Thoroughbreds. He is a good looking horse with a great temperament and is by a fantastic sire in Invincible Spirit. Yuften ran a couple of races for us, winning easily and was subsequently bought by Denis Hogan. We wish him and new connections all the best in the future.
Tinnahalla was purchased at the Guineas Breeze up sales in May for 30,000 Guineas.
Shamrock and Dooley Thoroughbreds owned him in partnership and he was in training with Ado McGuinness. Tinnahalla is by a great sire in Starspangledbanner and managed to win a barrier trial over 5 furlongs at Naas some 3 weeks after purchasing him. He was subsequently sold at the Goffs London sale for 105,000 Stirling, giving his shareholders an excellent return on investment in less than 6 weeks.
He is now in training with Jamie Osborne and we look forward to seeing him on a racecourse in due course. Let's hope his new connections have as much luck as we had with him.
Kasbah was purchased in the October horses in training sales in 2018 for 13,000 Stirling by the Dooley and O’Sullivan Partnership and went into training with Ado McGuinness.
He was purchased as a fun horse to run in Dundalk over the winter months and he did his connections proud managing to win over 6 furlongs and several placed efforts and collecting some valuable prizemoney in the process. He was the first winner for Dooley Thoroughbreds.
He was a horse who paid his way handsomely last winter and was sold in a claimer for 10,000 a few months ago. We wish his new connections in owner James Gough and trainer Denis Hogan all the best with him in the future.
Kasbah winning at Dundalk.