24-02-2020 16:50:02 in General by Admin
Since the last update, there have been several storms, an awful lot of rain and numerous meetings abandoned due to waterlogging! The all-weather has often been the only racing available with all the turf racing either abandoned or run on very soft ground.  We have come close to having winners in the last couple of weeks.  Master Burbidge was 2nd at Lingfield on the all-weather and Kansa...

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12-02-2020 14:43:37 in General by Admin
January closed with another winner for the yard when Indian Brave recorded a win at Chepstow.  The 4-1 favourite was slow away but jockey Robbie Dunne soon had him tracking the leaders and he swept to the lead in the home straight.  Concern that the heavy ground might take its toll proved unfounded as Indian Brave stayed on well, but he needed to as he had to see off the late challenge o...

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29-01-2020 10:47:49 in General by Admin
The fine run of form for the stable continued last week when Last Enchantment won at Wolverhampton.  She was largely disregarded in the morning market with an early price of 25-1 but Neil had seen enough in her previous runs to be fairly confident that she should run well.  He was interviewed on Sky Sports Racing just before the race where he said as much, and Last Enchantment's price ca...

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19-01-2020 15:57:47 in General by Admin
I am pleased to be able to report on two more winners since Doing Fine won at Cheltenham on New Years Day. It is always nice to have a winner at the televised Saturday afternoon meetings and Fingerontheswitch delivered one for the yard at Kempton on 11th January.  With a lot of very soft ground recently, it was nice to get some good to soft underfoot conditions and Fingerontheswitch was ridd...

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03-01-2020 11:13:13 in General by Admin
New Years Day 2020 - the day when several members of the Neil Mulholland Racing Club were lucky enough to be involved with their first Cheltenham winner!  Membership of a syndicate or race club is a great way of getting involved in ownership at a greatly reduced cost compared to owning a whole horse and this week, club members were living the dream as owners of a Cheltenham winner. The Neil ...

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02-01-2020 15:42:22 in General by Admin
The runners have certainly been going great guns over the festive period, but before getting on to that, this is a good time of year to stop and say thank you.  The team at Neil Mulholland Racing work really hard all year round and show great care and dedication to the horses in their care.  There is a huge support team that provides various services to the yard, all of which contribute...

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12-12-2019 17:05:29 in General by Admin
Our Neil Mulholland Race Club horse, Doing Fine, was the "winner" of last Saturday's void race at Sandown which has attracted plenty of comment since. Unfortunately, there was a horrible incident heading towards home on the first circuit when Houblon Des Obeaux suffered a heart attack and collapsed. It was distressing to watch and obviously the horse medics were on the scene as soon as they could...

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20-11-2019 14:53:42 in General by Admin
A great week for the yard with four winners including a Thursday afternoon treble. It is strange how these things can go in cycles and after considering ourselves unlucky not to have recorded at least a couple of winners in the preceding days, we suddenly had four winners from seven runners between Tuesday and Thursday! Things were kicked off when Fr Humphrey got up to win a veteran's chase at H...

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10-11-2019 23:35:07 in General by Admin
Autumn is here - the leaves have changed colour and started to fall, the ground is getting softer and the first Cheltenham meeting of the National Hunt season is behind us.  The winter jumps season is well and truly underway! Things have started well for the yard, with some good results for our runners. La Cavsa Nostra won a novice handicap chase for us on 29th October at odds of 16-1, with...

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16-10-2019 15:02:09 in General by Admin
A fantastic day yesterday at Hereford Racecourse for the yard and connections with a great double from two nice young horses. Jo Bridel's smashing young horse Milkwood followed on from his bumper win back in April, before having a well earned holiday, to come out and win the Sri Lanka The Jewel of Asia National Hunt Maiden Hurdle (2m) easily closing in at the last and quickening to lead on the ru...

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