Their mare Jazzaway took a €30,000 handicap at the Punchestown festival earlier this week. delirium
Earlier this week an Offaly syndicate were sent into delirium when winning a €30,000 handicap hurdle at the Punchestown festival.
The Whitegrass Racing syndicate as they're known were meant to have two runners in the race but their second chance Getaway Gorgeous had to be withdrawn before the race got underway.
Ridden by Conor McNamara and trained by Willie Mullins, the 6 year-old Jazzaway got the better of 22/1 shot Call Me Lyreen in a photo finish.
Jazzaway went off a cracking price of 10/1.
A day to remember for @WhitegrassRaci1 as Jazzaway wins the @killasheehotel handicap hurdle in @punchestownrace ....well done to jockey Conor McNamara and the legendary trainer @WillieMullinsNH .@HRIOwners @HRIRacing pic.twitter.com/z0ce5Pio6T— Whitegrass Racing Syndicate (@WhitegrassRaci1) April 28, 2021
It was his fourth win from eight races under rules on his first run since finishing second to Cheltenham Festival winner Mrs Milner at the Galway Festival last July.
The morning after the race, Midlands103 Sport's Robbie Fahy caught up with Liam Cullinan from Ferbane who is involved in the group: