- Born: 2003
- Sire: MONSUN (GER)
- Race Record: Highclass performer who achieved success at the highest level including Group success in France, UK & Germany.
- Went to Stud: 2011
- Standing at: Grange Stud
- 2020 Fee: € 7,500
‘Niceprospect’ Reality Cheque cashes in for Doyle family after faultless display.
Jamie Sloan's Kirkistown winner became the top-priced pointer of 2019 with his 450,000 pounds price tag.
Colin Bowe once again signed for the most expensive horse bound for the pointing fields on day two at Goffs.
The 40th Annual Irish Field Point-to-Point Awards took place on Saturday 8th June at the Hotel Minella, Co. Tipperary.
Four of the top five leading point sires recorded wins last weekend.
Champion rider Barry O'Neill capped off a week which saw the arrival of his first son Billy by riding a treble.
The Coolmore stallion has enjoyed more point winners than any other sire to date this season.
Peter Flood claimed the Kepak & Walsh Family four-year-old mares' maiden with Moore Clouds to continue his blossoming career as a handler.
Clare handler Joe Ryan seems to have another smart on his hands in the form of debut winner Adrimel.
History was made at Kirkistown when the first four-year-old auction maiden was staged at the County Down track.
The opening division of the five and six-year-old mares’ maiden saw the gambled on Arthur's Baby take victory for owner/handler Mark McNiff.
Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle sent out Deploy The Getaway to triumph in the competitive 12-runner Tinnakill House four-year-old maiden.
Sean O'Brien was all smiles following the success of newcomer Nell's Well in the Hurleys Supervalu Midleton five-year-old mares’ maiden.
The opening division of the Connolly’s Red Mills four-year-old maiden saw Buzz De Turcoing record a very fortunate success.
It was a red-letter-day for novice rider Jack Hendrick who partnered his first career success aboard Would You Bypass.
Moig South played host to the second divide of the season, as 17 declaration for the four-year-old geldings’ maiden necessitated two divisions.
The Crawford brothers of Stuart and Ben teamed up to take the final heat of the four-year-old maiden with the Roy Wilson-owned The Very Man.
Lagan Island continued his rise through the ranks with a comfortable success for Noel and Sean McParlan.
Pat Doyle lavished praise upon his Danny Kirwan following an emphatic debut success.
Track recruit Youcannotbeserious scared away the opposition in the first walkover since 1995.