With Jack Kennedy
on board, he has obvious prospects, under top-weight, in the McCarthys Irish Bar Handicap Chase.
Remember 1988 Vice Presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen's "You're no Jack Kennedy
" VP debate takedown of Sen.
The six-year-old made a blunder at the fourth but it was otherwise all plain sailing for Jack Kennedy
on the gelding who still held a clear lead at the final flight.
A fist pump from Jack Kennedy
as Apple's Jade secures a breathtaking success in the Irish Champion Hurdle; 5.
's mount accomplished the feat in style, making the running and stretching out in the straight - where a low sun caused the final flight to be bypassed - to humble last year's winner Supasundae.
| Apple's Jade ridden by Jack Kennedy
win the BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle during day one of the Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown
Abu Dhabi: ISKA Muay-Thai world champion ISKA Yousuf Boughanem from Morocco will take on the UK's Jake Purdy, while Somchai Lueamlam from Thailand faces off against another Briton Jack Kennedy
in the Yas Island Muay Thai Championship at Yas Island on Friday.
Running on the shorter National Circuit rather than the Formula 1 configuration, Currie came third in the sprint race, with championship leader and rival Jack Kennedy
second and Alastair Seeley first, whom Currie finished just 0.0093s behind.
Dan Skelton's Nube Negra hit the front after the second-last and appeared to be going best, but Veneer Of Charm quickened up impressively for Jack Kennedy
. However, on the run to the final flight Veneer Of Charm jinked to his right, only to regain momentum and hold off Style De Garde with Nube Negra third and Paddleyourowncanoe fourth.
Teenager Jack Kennedy
made sure there was no hard luck story by keeping out of trouble on the outside on the 8-11 favourite and cruised into contention on the final bend, taking up the running from Vision Des Flos.
The 9/1 shot was never far from the pace on his first start for the Warwick handler and showed a potent turn of foot when powering into the lead two out under Jack Kennedy
And the hero of the afternoon was Jack Kennedy
who fired home four goals - two in each half - with the rest coming from Damien Kettle, David Hayes, Jordan Davies and Alex Williams.