Cabaret Queen made her mark in a memorable weekend for Willie Mullins as she powered home in the Ladbrokes Munster National
The Willie Mullins-trained daughter of King's Theatre landed the feature race by 13 lengths in the hands of Paul Townend. Listen Dear and Darver Star won the listed races on the card
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 October 2019
Listen Dear made all under Paul Townend to win the mares' chase at Limerick; Khalessi was a deserved winner for trainer T.J. Nagle
The Willie Mullins-trained mare has been a real moneyspinner for the Supreme Racing Club
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 May 2017
Ryan McElligott makes his seclections for Limerick on Sunday
John O'Riordan previews the card at Naas on Saturday where Willie Mullins sends out Listen Dear in the mares' chase
Claire Barry reports from Cork on Sunday, where Paul Townend had four winners
The result was never in doubt for the 1-6 favourite; Rathnure Rebel made all in the three-mile Grade 3 novices' hurdle; Listen Dear wins Grade 3 chase
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 December 2016
John O'Riordan marks the card for Cork on Sunday, which includes star chaser Douvan
Six of the seven winners at Co Tipperary track last week started their careers on the point-to-point field
“She was a bit brave at times, but she’s a novice and it was only her second run (over fences). Thurles can be tricky, especially on dry ground and she’ll improve from it"
"She'll be a mare for fences next year as she jumps brilliant. She travelled well and seems to be improving. She's not slow, picked up well and just idled a bit in front"
By Irish Field Contributor on 04 November 2016
Anne Marie Duff looks at some of the news topics of the racing week
Listen Dear scooped up a win at the start of her career over fences
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 September 2016
John O'Riordan talks to Michael Ennis, Manager of Quill Farm
Two foals for sale at Tattersalls Ireland had graded winning siblings at Down Royal this week, and Leo Powell has more details
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