The King Of Kells
- Age3 (Foaled 1st January 2017)
- TrainerMichael Mulvany
- SireTough As Nails
- DamOne Of Three
- OwnerL Mulvany
|06/11/19||1/14||69||FLAT||Dundalk, 6f, Standard||7/1|
|22/10/19||1/13||62||FLAT||Curragh, 6f 63y, Soft (Soft To Heavy in Places)||5/1|
|14/10/19||13/16||61||FLAT||Gowran Park, 7f, Heavy||7/2|
|09/10/19||2/8||61||FLAT||Navan, 5f, Soft||6/4|
|29/09/19||1/19||56||FLAT||Curragh, 6f, Heavy||13/2|
|18/09/19||2/8||53||FLAT||Naas, 5f, Good (Good to Firm in places)||25/1|
|04/07/19||6/6||52||FLAT||Bellewstown, 5f, Good||50/1|
|20/06/19||5/5||-||FLAT||Leopardstown, 1m, Good||50/1|
|05/04/19||5/5||-||FLAT||Dundalk, 5f, Standard||14/1|
|24/03/19||8/11||-||FLAT||Naas, 5f, Yielding to Soft (Soft in Places)||16/1|
Next Race Off
Richard Mann previews Saturday's all-weather action from Lingfield and The New One Unibet Hurdle at Haydock.
Prince Rock rarely runs a bad race at Lingfield and can further enhance his record on Friday, according to David Clough - he has a tip for every race.
Matt Brocklebank had a 6/1 winning nap on Friday and David Ord takes over for Saturday's best bet. His selection runs at Taunton.