Category: Meehan Matters

Mandoob wins first time out

It was a valiant effort to win first time out for Mandoob a son of Darley Studs Farhh, he picked up smartly in the final furlong under retained rider Dane O’Neill to win a shade comfortably. Exciting things to come from this horse.

Petrus wins The Spring Mile

Petrus pops up to take the Spring Mile at Doncaster, watch here.

Bacchus Wins – 2018

Bacchus wins the Wokingham Stakes at Ascot 2018.

Meehan back with a spring in his step

Spring is dragging its feet across the Wiltshire Downs. Yet again, morning has barely managed to prise apart rain clouds and grey hills, roiling together to every horizon, continue reading.

Meehan seals the deal to buy Manton

Brian Meehan is looking forward to attacking 2018 with renewed vigour after following in the footsteps of Martyn Meade in buying a part of the historic Manton training estate in Wiltshire, continue reading.

Barraquero wins The Richmond Stakes

Brian Meehan took considerable pleasure in pointing out Barraquero was his third winner of the Qatar Richmond Stakes, and it would come as no surprise should his latest winner of the Group 2 contest prove the best, continue reading.

Spark Plug wins The Cambridgeshire

Spark Plug wins.

First European trained winner in Qatar

First European trained winner in Qatar – Perkunas wins The Al Rayyan Stakes under Jamie Spencer, continue reading.