Monbeg Stables

Sean Doyle: 'You're Better Off Thinking Of The Rewards Rather Than The Risks'

Sean Doyle pulls Monbeg Park (Ire) (Walk In The Park {Ire}) out of his stable and says proudly, "That's the type of horse the likes of Willie Mullins and Eddie O'Leary want to buy."  It begs the question, why is Monbeg Park lining out for Doyle and not any of the powerhouse stables in Sunday's G1 Lawlor's Of Naas Novice Hurdle? After all, Doyle has earned a reputation for selling future stars rather than racing them and can count a Cheltenham Festival-winning graduate to his roll of honour almost every...

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First Tattersalls Cheltenham Festival Preview on Tap for Mar. 10

The first Tattersalls Cheltenham Preview Panel will be available for viewing on YouTube and Facebook at 7:30 p.m. on Mar. 10, Tattersalls announced on Monday. Hosted by Vanessa Ryle, Richard Pugh, and Jamie Codd, the trio will be joined by guests Paul Nicholls, Anthony Bromley, Tom Malone, Cormac Doyle (Monbeg Stables) and owner John Dance. There will also be insights into the runners in the build up to the Cheltenham Festival on Mar. 16-19, as well as bloodstock analysis on some Cheltenham hopefuls.

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Festival Sale Top Three To Tizzard

CHELTENHAM, UK—A captive audience of some of jump racing's leading owners, along with their trainers and bloodstock agents, gathered in the parade ring after the final race of Wednesday's card for the Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Festival Sale, which saw 15 young point-to-pointers sold for a total of £2,195,000. Donnchadh Doyle's Monbeg Stables enjoyed a good evening, consigning two of the top three lots, including the most expensive horse of the sale, Killer Kane (Ire) (Oscar {Ire}), who was sold for £300,000 to Ross Doyle on behalf of trainer Colin Tizzard,...

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