Pleascach just lost out in the Prix de l’Opera coming back a year and three weeks after she had last run
Trained by James Fanshawe, Speedy Boarding enjoyed her third victory in France this year
The Jim Bolger-trained classic star was short-headed by Speedy Boarding on her first run for 386 days; Group 1 wins for Wuheida, National Defense and Marsha
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 October 2016
The classic-winning daughter of Teofilo was one of the stars of 2015
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 July 2016
The beautiful surroundings of Curraghmore House and Gardens are the setting for the Waterford Country Fair on June 12th: book reviews and competiton results
After wins by Arabian Queen and Pleascach at the York Festival, the three-year-old fillies look a very strong crop
We visited top trainer Jim Bolger on the eve of the Irish Derby for a chat about his two previous Derby wins and some of this year's stars in the yard
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 June 2015
The breeding of the Irish 1000 Guineas winner, now owned by Godolphin and heading to Royal Ascot, was linked to the genomics company
Gleneagles still has a bit to find on the clock to justify his trainer's praise while Jack Naylor was the eyecatcher in the 1000 Guineas
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 May 2015
The right fillies came to the fore in the Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas last Sunday at the Curragh
Jim Bolger's new star filly has the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby as her next target following her classic success
The daughter of Teofilo comes from a family that is no stranger to producing winners at the highest level or horses who stay beyond 10 furlongs
A switch to better ground and following a second place on her comeback run this season, Found should hold off her challengers
Aidan O'Brien, Jim Bolger and Jessica Harrington have all produced high class fillies with classic pretentions so far this season
Pleascach (34) clocked a fast time when staying on well to take a good seven furlong maiden for two-year-old fillies at Leopardstown last week.
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