The Northern Irishman struck a 63 in the opening round to put him nine under par
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Monday 09 August 2004
Saturday 17 July 2004
Roger Charlton sends Trade Fair to Ireland tomorrow as the highly-regarded colt chases his first win since landing the Dubai Duty Free Cup at Newbury last September.
Friday 25 June 2004
Tuesday 22 June 2004
Monday 24 May 2004
The pages of the tome of history can be weighty to overturn but for Attraction yesterday, the task was easy. The Duke of Roxburghe's filly, trained so expertly by Mark Johnston at Middleham, skipped blithely over the emerald acres of the Curragh to win the 83rd Irish 1,000 Guineas. And in so doing, she became the first to add that Classic to the senior version on the Rowley Mile, which she had annexed three weeks previously.
Sunday 02 May 2004
Friday 09 April 2004
Friday 26 March 2004
Wednesday 24 March 2004
Sunday 14 March 2004
Tuesday 09 March 2004
Friday 05 March 2004
Thursday 15 January 2004
Friday 26 December 2003
Saturday 20 December 2003
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