Irish Racing Greats
LEADING JUMP TRAINERS DOWN THE YEARS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM
Born: 1942

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MICHAEL Cunningham's achievements under both codes have been remarkable. Cairn Rouge, the best horse trained by him, won the Irish 1,000 Guineas, the Coronation Stakes and the Champion Stakes at Newmarket in 1980.
  He also enjoyed big-race victories under National Hunt rules, winning the 1982 Champion Hurdle with For Auction and two races at the 1983
Cheltenham Festival with Greasepaint and Churchtown Boy. Won the 1976 Schweppes Gold Trophy with Irish Fashion and in 1983 he saddled Greasepaint to finish second to Corbiere in the Aintree Grand National.
 Was the recipient of the Hall of Fame award by the Irish Racehorse Trainers' Association in 2005. 

 

 

 




 
 

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JIM DREAPER
Born, Co Dublin 1951

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JIM Dreaper was only 20 when he took over from his legendary father, Tom, in 1971 and proved an immediate hit, securing a victory in the Schweppes Gold Trophy with Good Review within two months of taking over the licence. In each of his first five seasons he was champion jumps trainer in Ireland.
 Other victories included a Cheltenham Gold Cup with Ten Up (1975) and four Irish Grand Nationals with Brown Lad (1975, 1976 and 1978) and Colebridge (1974).
 He also handled the brilliant but enigmatic Carvill's Hill before his departure to Martin Pipe. His three other Cheltenham Festival wins came in the Champion Chase (Lough Inagh 1975), the Stayers' Hurdle (Brown Lad 1975) and the Sun Alliance Novices' Chase (Ten Up 1974).

 Was thrust back into the big-race spotlight when Notre Pere gave Ireland its first ever success in the Coral Welsh National at Chepstow in 2008.
 As a 20-year-old amateur, he finished runner-up in the 1971 Grand National (won by Specify) on Black Secret, trained by his father. His son, Tom, is a successful conditional jockey in Britain. 

 

 


 



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TOM DREAPER
Born Co Meath, 1898-1975

Tom Dreaper

ONE OF the greatest jumps trainers of all time, Thomas William Dreaper won the Cheltenham Gold Cup a record five times with Prince Regent (1946), Arkle (1964-66) - the greatest steeplechaser of all time - and Fort Leney (1968); the Champion Chase a record six times and the Irish Grand National a record 10 times, which included seven in succession between 1960-66. 
 If he never trained another horse, he would be renowned for his handling of Arkle, owned by the late Duchess of Westminster, who won 27 of his 35 races.
 His total of 26 winners at the Cheltenham Festival makes him the most successful Irish-based trainer.
 Other champions to benefit from the master horseman were Flyingbolt, Royal Approach, Fortria, Ben Stack and Straight Fort.
 The only major chase to elude him was the Grand National, though Vulture (1970) and Black Secret (1971) were both second. Son Jim has carried on the rich family tradition at the Greenogue stables.

 

 

 



DREAPER FACTFILE
 Full name: Thomas William Dreaper
 Born: Donaghmore, Co Meath, September 26, 1898
 Married: Betty Russell, 1945; son, Jim Dreaper
 Stables: Greenogue, Kilsallaghan, Co Dublin 1931-71
 Cheltenham Gold Cup winners: Prince Regent (1946), Arkle (1964, 1965, 1966), Fort Leney (1968)
 Champion Chase winners: Fortria (1960, 1961), Ben Stack (1964), Flyingbolt (1966), Muir (1969), Straight Fort (1970)
 Irish Grand National winners: Prince Regent (1942), Shagreen (1949), Royal Approach (1954), Olympia (1960), Fortria (1961), Kerforo (1962), Last Link (1963), Arkle (1964), Splash (1965), Flyingbolt (1966)
 5 winners on 1 card: Leopardstown, December 26, 1964 (Reay Forest, Dicky May, Flyingbolt, Fort Leney and Prince Tino)
 Last winner: Buca di Bacco, Leopardstown, December 28, 1971
 Died: April 28, 1975, aged 76 
  

DREAPER'S 26 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL WINNERS
 1946 Prince Regent (Gold Cup) Tim Hyde
 1954 Royal Approach (Cathcart Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1957 Sentina (National Hunt Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1958 Fortria (Cotswold Chase) Tos Taaffe; Sentina (National Hunt Chase) Tos Taaffe
 1960 Fortria (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1961 Fortria (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe; Mountcashel King (Cotswold Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1963 Arkle (Broadway Chase) Pat Taaffe; Ben Stack (Cotswold Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1964 Flyingbolt (Gloucestershire Hurdle) Pat Taaffe; Ben Stack (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe; Arkle (Gold Cup) Pat Taaffe
 1965 Arkloin (Totalisator Champion Chase) Liam McLoughlin; Flyingbolt (Cotswold Chase) Pat Taaffe; Arkle (Gold Cup) Pat Taaffe
 1966 Arkloin (National Hunt Chase) Pat Taaffe; Flyingbolt (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe; Arkle (Gold Cup) Pat Taaffe
 1968 Fort Leney (Gold Cup) Pat Taaffe; Muir (Cathcart Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1969 Muir (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Ben Hannon

 1970 Straight Fort (Two-Mile Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe; Proud Tarquin (Totalisator Champion Chase) Pat Taaffe; Garrynagree (Cathcart Chase) Pat Taaffe
 1971 Alpheus (Arkle Chase) Eddie Wright

 
 
 

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FRANCIS FLOOD
Born 1941


FRANCIS Flood has long been one of Ireland's top National Hunt trainers and has had a consistent strike-rate since taking out a licence in 1966. Arguably his best horse was Glencaraig Lady, winner of the 1972 Cheltenham Gold Cup. Bobsline would also come into the reckoning after victory in the 1984 Arkle Trophy. On both occasions Frank Berry was in the saddle and he and Flood enjoyed a highly-successful partnership for the best part of 20 years. He was himself seven times amateur champion in his riding days. His two Irish Grand National winners are Ebony Jane (1993) and Garoupe (1970). A recent big-race success was enjoyed when GVA Ireland landed the John Smith's Midlands Grand National (2006) at Uttoxeter. His son Francis Jnr is a jump jockey.



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JESSICA HARRINGTON
Born: 1947
 

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IN A SPORT dominated by males, Jessica Harrington's achievements as a trainer give her a special niche in the rich tapestry of Irish National Hunt racing. She has long been one of the country's finest horsewomen, as apart from her training exploits, she has represented Ireland in three-day eventing at the Olympics, World Championships and European Championships.
 However, she is better known for her exploits with Moscow Flyer, winner of an Arkle, two Champion Chases and two Tingle Creeks as well as 21 other wins in a 44-race career before his retirement in 2006. But perhaps her finest hour on the racetrack came at the 2014 Cheltenham Festival when Jezki won the Stan James Champion Hurdle for legendary owner JP McManus. She has also handled other notable performers in Space Trucker (Cheltenham's 1999 Grand Annual), Spirit Leader (Cheltenham's 2003 County Hurdle and Newbury's 2003 Totesport Trophy), Dance Beat (1996 Ladbroke Hurdle), Studmaster (2006 Pierse Hurdle), Macs Joy (2005 AIG Champion Hurdle), Oh So Grumpy (1994 Galway Hurdle), Colca Canyon, Ferbert Junior, Slaney Native, Ulaan Baatar and Carrigeen Victor. Cork All Star's victory in the Festival Bumper (2007) and Bostons Angel in the RSA Chase (2011) give her a grand total of 8 winners at Cheltenham.
 Two Midlands Grand Nationals (Uttoxeter) with Miss Orchestra (1998) and Intelligent (2003) were other highlights in a career that just goes from strength to strength since taking out a licence in 1989. Curtain Call provided her with the biggest win on the Flat in the Group 2 Juddmonte Beresford Stakes at the Curragh (2007).
 Her brother, John Fowler, was a top-class amateur rider (won two successive National Hunt Chases at Cheltenham on Artic Ale, 1979, and Gay Tie, 1978) and trained Irish Grand National winner Maid Of Money (1989). He was tragically killed in a freak accident when a tree he had been felling on his farm in Co Meath toppled over and trapped him beneath it in December 2008.

 

 
 
 

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MICHAEL HOURIGAN
Born 1947

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IT TOOK Michael Hourigan six years to train a winner - Ramrajya at his local Limerick track on St Patrick's Day in 1979 - but he has slowly but surely established himself as one of the leading trainers in the country.
 It has been a continuous stream of winners rather than big-name horses that have taken him to the top of the tree, although Dorans Pride was a notable exception, winning the Stayers' Hurdle at Cheltenham in 1995 (Deejaydee gave him his second festival winner in the 1999 National Hunt Chase) before going on to finish third on two occasions in the Gold Cup, as well as Beef Or Salmon, winner of 10 Grade One races (including 3 Hennessy Cognac Gold Cups), and Hi Cloy, successful in 4 Grade Ones. He also enjoyed an important success with Rockholm Boy in the Galway Plate (2002). Saddled his third Cheltenham Festival winner when A New Story landed the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase in 2010 and enjoyed another big-race success when Church Island landed the Bet365 Gold Cup at Sandown (2010).


 


 

 

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NOEL MEADE
Born 1951

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NOEL Meade has been a leading figure in Irish racing since taking out a licence in 1972. A flirtation with Flat racing produced limited success, including a winner at Royal Ascot (Sweet Mint).
 However, he is better known for his exploits over jumps, particularly with hurdlers like Fane Ranger, Pinch Hitter, Cockney Lad, Harchibald (runner-up in the 2005 Champion Hurdle and winner of over 600,000 in prize-money), Iktitaf (winner of 3 Grade 1s), Jazz Messenger (winner of 2 Grade 1s) and Sausalito Bay, who gave him his first Cheltenham Festival success in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle (2000). A long-overdue second was secured with Nicanor in the SunAlliance Novices' Hurdle (2006) and Go Native (winner of Newcastle's Fighting Fifth Hurdle and Kempton's Christmas Hurdle in 2009) made it number 3 in the 2009 running of the Supreme Novices'. Amazingly, he had to wait 5 more years to enjoy number four when Very Wood won the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle (2014).

 Enjoyed his biggest success over the bigger obstacles when The Bunny Boiler won the 2002 Irish Grand National. A big-race double at Cheltenham's December 2005 meeting was secured with Harchibald (Bula Hurdle) and Sir Oj (Robin Cook Memorial Gold Cup Chase).
 A significant milestone was reached at his local Navan track when Rinroe's win in a beginners' chase on September 27th provided him with his 2,000th victory.
 Along with Willie Mullins (see below), he has ruled the National Hunt roost since Aidan O'Brien decided to concentrate his operations exclusively on the Flat and is the holder of 6 Jump Trainers' titles (breaking through the 2 million barrier in 2005-2006 season when Nicanor secured a Grade 1 win at Punchestown), based on prize-money, and 9 on number of winners.

 

 






 
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ARTHUR MOORE
Born Co Kildare 1949

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SINCE taking out a training licence nearly 31 years ago, Arthur Moore has consistently sent out winners in the highest grade, displaying the shrewdest of judgement. In 1996, he joined a select club (which includes his late father Dan) who have ridden (King's Sprite 1971) and trained (Feathered Gale 1996) an Irish Grand National winner. Saddled his second National winner when Organisedconfusion, ridden by his niece, Nina Carberry, romped home in 2011.
 His 8 Cheltenham Festival wins include two Champion Chases with Drumgora (1981) and Klairon Davis (1996), who also landed the Arkle Chase (1995).
 His other 5 winners at the mecca of National Hunt racing are The Brockshee (1982 Arkle Chase), Second Schedual (1993 Cathcart Cup); Fadoudal Du Cochet (2002 Grand Annual Chase); Tiger Cry (2008 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase) and What A Charm (2011 Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle).
 His record in the Pierse Hurdle (formerly the Ladboke and Irish Sweeps Hurdle) is second to none with six victories (Irian 1979, Fredcoteri 1983 and 1984, Bonalma 1986, Roark 1988 and Graphic Equaliser 1998).
 Six Grade 1 wins with star two-and-a-half-mile chaser Native Upmanship were other career highlights. 
 Was assistant to his legendary father, Dan (see below), before taking over in 1975. Regularly delights racegoers by mimicking his father's famous stunt of putting his trilby on the head of L'Escargot after his Aintree Grand National triumph in 1975.

 

 
 
 
 
 

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DAN MOORE
Born, 1910-1980

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DAN Moore was a top-class National Hunt jockey (champion jockey in Ireland in 1940 when retained by Dorothy Paget and rode two Irish Grand National winners on Golden Jack, 1943, and Revelry, 1947) as well as a training legend.
 Won two Cheltenham Gold Cups with L'Escargot (1970-71) and a Grand National with the same horse (1975). Tied Cottage, who finished first in the 1980 running of the Gold Cup but was subsequently disqualified because of contaminated foodstuffs, gave him his one and only success in the Irish Grand National (1979). 
 His total of 14 winners at the Cheltenham Festival included Champion Chasers Quite Que and Inkslinger (one of only two horses to win twice at the same Cheltenham Festival - adding the Cathcart Chase to his Champion Chase success in 1973). 

 Provided Tommy Carberry (his son-in-law) with his first winner over hurdles when Tripacer took a division of the 1962 Gloucestershire Hurdle (now the Supreme Novices' Hurdle).

 Son Arthur has successfully followed in his footsteps, training 8 Cheltenham Festival winners.

 

 
 
 


MOORE'S 14 FESTIVAL WINNERS
 1953 Pontage (National Hunt Chase)
 1958 Quite Que (Cathcart Chase)
 1959 Quite Que (Champion Chase) 
 1961 Quite Que (Cathcart Chase)
 1962 Tripacer (Gloucestershire Hurdle)
 1963 Bahrain (County Hurdle)
 1966 Flying Wild (Cathcart Chase)
 1968 L'Escargot (Gloucestershire Hurdle)
 1970 L'Escargot (Gold Cup)
 1971 L'Escargot (Gold Cup)
 1973 Inkslinger (Champion Chase); Inkslinger (Cathcart Chase)
 1976 Tied Cottage (SunAlliance Chase)
 1979 Artic Ale (National Hunt Chase)

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PADDY MULLINS
Born, Co Kilkenny 1919-2010

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PADDY Mullins's contribution to Irish racing was immense before he announced his retirement, aged 86, on February 26th, 2005 after a career that spanned 52 years.
 Head of one of the most famous National Hunt families in Ireland, he is the only trainer to win the Champion Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup with the same horse, a feat he achieved with the mare Dawn Run in 1984 and 1986. In total he saddled six Cheltenham Festival winners (Herring Gull, Counsel Cottage, Hazy Dawn and Macks Friendly were his other four)
 A man of many talents, he saddled Hurry Harriet to win the Champion Stakes at Newmarket in 1973 (beating the brilliant French filly Allez France) as well as saddling four Irish Grand National winners (Luska 1981, Dim Wit 1972, Herring Gull 1968 and Vulpine 1967).

 His achievements in 2003 (at the age of 84) were remarkable with victories in the Irish Oaks (his first Classic success) with Vintage Tipple and the Glaway Plate (his third following The Gooser and Boro Quarter) with Nearly A Moose. Other horses of note he handled were Grabel and Minorettes Girl. Grabel's victory in the $750,000 International Hurdle at the Dueling Grounds in Kentucky (1990) rated right up there with the very best of any international training achievement. He passed away, aged 91, October 28th, 2010.
 Son Tom, who recorded his first Cheltenham Festival winner when Alderwood landed the 2012 County Hurdle, took over his father's horses while other sons Willie (amateur) and Tony were talented jockeys before launching successful training careers. Daughter Sandra McCarthy also trains.

 

 

 

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WILLIE MULLINS

Born, Co Kilkenny 1956

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A MEMBER of one of Ireland's best known National Hunt families, Willie Mullins enjoyed his greatest moment in the sport when Hedgehunter (who finished runner-up in both the 2006 Cheltenham Gold Cup and Aintree Grand National) won the 2005 Aintree Grand National.
 That victory came after he saddled Florida Pearl (winner of 7 Grade 1 chases), winner of Kempton's King George V1 Chase (2001), to a record four wins in Leopardstown's Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup. Remarkably he went on to land the Foxrock showpiece another four times with Alexander Banquet (2002), Rule Supreme (2005), Kempes (2011) and Quel Esprit (2012).
 Rule Supreme had also given him his second of three French Champion Hurdle successes in 2004 - his first coming on Nobody Told Me (2003) and the third with Thousand Stars (2011). 
 His ability to produce top-class bumper horses has been the the hallmark of his career with seven successes in the Cheltenham Festival bumper (Champagne Fever, Cousin Vinny - both ridden by his 18-year-old son Patrick - Missed That, Joe Cullen, Alexander Banquet, Florida Pearl and Wither Or Which - which Willie partnered himself). Another first for the Co Carlow trainer came in April 2013 when he added a Japanese Grade 1 to his already impressive CV when Blackstairmountain landed the Nakayama Grand Jump, a race worth 565,000 to the winner.
 His Cheltenham grand total is 33 (see list below), making him the winning-most Irish trainer at the festival after passing Tom Dreaper's tally of 26 winners at the 2013 festival with five winners. That total left him as champion trainer at the festival, a feat he also achieved in 2014 and 2011 when he became the first Irish trainer to take the title since Edward O'Grady shared the award in 1996. The 2013 festival was also noteworthy as Quevega's win in the OLBG.com Mares' Hurdle was the first time a horse had won the same race five times in a row since Golden Miller in the 1930s - the mare went on to make history the following year when winning the race for a record sixth year running. Hurricane Fly's success in the 2013 Stan James Champion Hurdle was the first time a horse had reclaimed the crown since Comedy Of Errors in 1975, having won it for the first time in 2011.
 Landed the English Hennessy with Be My Royal (2002), but lost the race after testing positive to a banned substance. He subsequently lost an appeal to the British High Court in 2005. Had his biggest win on the Flat when Sesenta held off the Aidan O'Brien-trained Changingoftheguard to take the 2009 Ebor Handicap - worth 130,851 to the winner - at York. Dual-purpose performer Simenon came home clear of his field in the Ascot Stakes at Royal Ascot and then added the Queen Alexandra Stakes five day later, joining a rare list of horses to have won twice in the same week of the Royal meeting.
 Enjoyed a red-letter day at Punchestown in 2011 with a near-952/1 five-timer on a six-race card. His five winners were Golden Silver, Gagewell Flyer, Some Target, Raptor and Celtic Folklore. Surpassed Aidan O'Brien's record when he saddled his 156th winner - Glens Melody - of the 2012-2013 Irish jumps season at Fairyhouse on February 23rd, 2013.
 The 2007-08 season was a special one for the Mullins clan as Willie was crowned champion (for the 3rd time) trainer (with win prize-money of 1,593,060) after a titanic battle with Noel Meade and son Patrick was crowned champion amateur rider with 31 winners, a feat they repeated the following five seasons. His record at the Punchestown Festival (which brings the curtain down on the jumps' season), where he saddled 12 winners in both 2009 and 2010, is second to none. Amazingly, he beat those totals when saddling 13 winners in 2013, on his way to becoming the first National Hunt trainer to break the 3 million prize-money barrier in a season and smashing Aidan O'Brien's record of 155 winners set in the 1995-1996 season with an incredible total of 193 winners. Patrick broke the long-standing record for the number of winners by an amateur jockey in a calendar year when steering Zuzka home for his father at Leopardstown on December 29th, 2012, providing him with his 73rd victory to overtake Billy Parkinson, who had 72 winners back in 1915. He then added another for good measure on Outlander, setting a new mark of 74 winners.

 Willie is a former champion Irish amateur rider, while his brother Tony (now a trainer) is a former champion Irish jump jockey. Another brother Tom took over the licence on the death of his father Paddy in 2010.

MULLINS'S 33 FESTIVAL WINNERS
Tourist Attraction (1995 Supreme Novices' Hurdle)
Wither Or Which (1996 Bumper)
Florida Pearl (1997 Bumper)
Alexander Banquet (1998 Bumper)
Florida Pearl (1998 Sun Alliance Novices' Chase)
Joe Cullen (2000 Bumper)
Scolardy (2002 Triumph Hurdle)
Rule Supreme (2004 SunAlliance Novices' Chase)
Missed That (2005 Bumper)
Ebaziyan (2007 Supreme Novices' Hurdle)
Fiveforthree (2008 Ballymore Properties Novices' Hurdle)
Cousin Vinny (2008 Bumper)
Quevega (2009 David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle)
Mikale D'Haguenet (2009 Ballymore Properties Novices' Hurdle)
Cooldine (2009 RSA Chase)
Quevega (2010 David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle)
Thousand Stars (2010 Vincent O'Brien County Handicap Hurdle)
Hurricane Fly (2011 Stan James Champion Hurdle)
Quevega (2011 David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle)
Final Approach (2011 Vincent O'Brien County Handicap Hurdle)
Sir Des Champs (2011 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle)
Quevega (2012 David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle)
Champagne Fever (2012 Bumper)
Sir Des Champs (2012 Jewson Novices' Chase)
Champagne Fever (2013 Supreme Novices' Hurdle)
Hurricane Fly (2013 Stan James Champion
Hurdle)
Quevaga (2013 OLBG Mares' Hurdle)
Back In Focus (2013 John Oaksey National Hunt Chase)
Briar Hill (2013 Bumper)
Vautour (2014 Supreme Novices' Hurdle)
Quevaga (2014 OLBG Mares' Hurdle)

Faugheen (2014 Neptune Novices' Hurdle)
Don Poli (2014 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle)

  

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