Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Tuesday 16th News

Best of luck to KILCULLEN FLEM at Exeter today – he and Tommy bid to win The Exeter Marathon

We’re pleased to see some rain has come at Exeter  as Flem much prefers a soft surface – but he’s dropping to a good mark and enjoyed a freshen up at the beach last week. We know he goes right handed as he ran well at The Punchestown Festival  for 4th this time last year. Best of luck to his Owners and safe return for this big strong Flemensfirth stayer who always tries his best.

Both Staplegrove & Jupiter’s Way were placed yesterday and there was promise for the future.

Phill Andrews took some excellent photos of the hoses on Saturday, here are a selection…

Desaray Girl who goes to Cheltenham on Thursday

2 year old colt, Burrows Seeside

Abington Park, 4 year old bumper prospect

Don Poli looking very handsome. He heads to Punchestown for a final run of the season. 

The newest arrival at Green Oaks is not very big but certainly causing lots of attention! Meet Noodle who arrived on Sunday evening and is Sukey’s first born puppy – and only one of the litter!

Sukey with Noodle the poodle cross ( Poolooki)


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