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Mister McGoldrick – His Big Day!

From August 2000 until December 2011, during his 91 race career, Mister McGoldrick became one of the most popular horses of his time. The public ever increasingly warmed to his style of racing, winning well, yet never going down without a fight in defeat. Then finally, after many near misses, in March 2008, aged eleven and at the twilight stage of his career, he had his well deserved day of glory, by winning the Byrne Group Plate at the Cheltenham NH Racing Festival, the worlds most prestigious National Hunt racing event.

Click on the arrow above and watch the final stages of this race….a sight which, many years down the road, still takes my breath away, as he powers clear of his rivals to win by 13 lengths. 

Then read more about Mister McGoldrick on his own page of this website.

Mister McGoldrick – In Retirement

Just a small snapshot maybe, but just look at the amazing landscape which Mister McGoldrick wakes up to every morning….. and there`s still hundreds more acres of land, which you can`t see !! for “Mac” and his resident mates at New Beginnings to run loose within.

It’s absolutely, totally idyllic, especially on a summers day, and thanks to Pam and Trevor at New Beginnings for looking after “Mac” and all the horses in their care, with such kindness and dedication.

Check them out at  www.newbeginningshorses.org.uk

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  • We could dream the dream.............with just 24 hours notice
    We could dream the dream………….with just 24 hours notice
    April 16, 2018 by
    DELUSIONOFGRANDEUR  AINTREE GRAND NATIONAL MARCH 14th 2018 Despite the odds being stacked up against us even getting a run in the Randox Health Grand National of 2018, the last minute defections of  5/6 horses got us into the race we believed we were destined to be balloted out of. Consequently, its true to say that myself and other  McGoldrick Racing members shown in the featured image taken at a freezing cold Musselburgh in 2017, ended up with less than 24 hours notice to get our heads round the fact we would actually be taking part in the worlds greatest...
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