Curragh Classics attract impressive 2nd entries

Curragh Classics attract impressive 2nd entries

12th April 2017

Curragh Classics attract impressive 2nd entries

Trainer Richard Hannon has added the Godolphin owned Barney Roy and last year’s Tattersalls Stakes winner Larchmont Lad to the Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas following the closing of the 2nd entry stage this morning.   The Hugo Palmer trained Escobar, Dubai Sand trained by Jim Bolger and recent Leopardstown Maiden winner Irishcorrespondent trained by Michael Halford have also been added to the first Irish Classic race of the year which takes place at the Curragh on Saturday 27th May.

Other notable entries include Churchill, Swiss Storm and Caravaggio.

Six fillies have been added today as second entries to the Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas taking place on Sunday 28th May.  These include Making Light trained by Dermot Weld, the Jim Bolger trained pair of Bean Feasa and Panstarr, Promising trained by Richard Hannon, the Saeed Bin Suroor trained Really Special and the Kevin Prendergast  Aneen, an impressive Maiden winner at the Curragh last year who is also a half sister to Awtaad.

Other notable entries for the Group One Classic include Rhododendron, Sea of Grace, Intricately and recent impressive Naas winner Tocco D’amore