Their horse Jazzaway landed a massive handicap.
There'll be eyes smiling in Ferbane and beyond as a syndicate including an Offaly contingent landed one of the top handicaps at the Galway Festival.
The 6-year-old Jazzaway prevailed in the Guinness Galway Handicap yesterday evening by a head to bring the €47,200 pot back to the faithful county.
It's not the first big success for Whitegrass Racing as this same horse took another major handicap at the Punchestown Festival in April.
Dreams do come true!!! What a day in @Galway_Races for @WhitegrassRaci1 as Jazzaway wins another huge handicap pot..thanks to @WillieMullinsNH and our super jock @ConorMc08537224 ….a day we will forever cherish. #GiddyforGalway @HRIOwners @BurgageStud pic.twitter.com/zcD9t4bNsg— Whitegrass Racing Syndicate (@WhitegrassRaci1) July 31, 2021
Trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by Conor McNamara got up in the final strides at odds of 9/1 to pip Western Victory in the shadows of the post.
It brings Jazzaway's record under rules to four wins from eight races and she remains unbeaten in 2021 from two runs.