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Shoot to Fame made a big impression when taking the mares winners of two race at Turtulla. The daughter of Fame and Glory finished a fine second back in March at Monksgrange however following the disqualification of the race winner, she was subsequently awarded the victory. The five-year-old has been an improving performer and posted her best performance to date when storming home a four-length winner on her penultimate run. The bay mare showed the benefit of her experience when turning into the home straight as she battled it out with Chenery, who had the misfortune of unseating her rider after jumping the second last fence, leaving the way clear for Shoot to Fame to run on gamely all the way to the line. The Sean Doyle-trained winner displayed a nice blend of both speed and stamina which highlights her as an exciting sort, who will be a real addition to any trainer’s yard in mares’ races over the coming seasons.

  • Consignor: Monbeg Stables, Ireland (S. Doyle)
Sales for Half Brothers/Sisters
August National Hunt Sale 2019 lot 243 G. by Getaway (GER) 2016, Newtown Stables=>Paddy McCormack €15,500
Ascot March Sale 2019 lot 82 Robin Deuz Pois (IRE) (M. by Robin des Champs (FR)), Cropredy Lawn (Paul Webber)=>Tom Malone £17,000
May Store Sale 2018 lot 192 G. by Getaway (GER) 2015, The Cedars Stud=>Denis Murphy €20,000
November National Hunt Sale 2016 lot 379 C. by Getaway (GER) 2016, Peria Stud=>Gary Aspell €7,000
November National Hunt Sale 2015 lot 269 C. by Getaway (GER) 2015, Mr. William McCarthy=>Beech Farm €13,000
Derby Sale 2015 lot 257 F. by Robin des Champs (FR) 2012, Ross Stables=>Monbeg Stables €20,000
November National Hunt Sale 2014 lot 1398 On The Tear (IRE) (F. by Presenting (GB)), Lakefield Farm=>Corecannon House €35,000
November National Hunt Sale 2012 lot 996 F. by Robin des Champs (FR) 2012, Mr. William McCarthy=>Sean Turner €3,000