Our Notable Winners
The measure of any organisation is sustained success over a long period of time. At Paul Nolan racing we have been fortunate to train some wonderful horses since 1996. We have enjoyed some great days in Cheltenham since Dabiroun was our first Festival winner in 2005 also giving Nina Carberry her first festival success. Three Galway Hurdles is a unique achievement and in 2016, we achieved big winners at the Leopardstown festivals with The Mooch and Golan Lodge.
One of the most prolific horses trained by Paul Nolan. If he had been luckier with the injuries who knows what heights his accomplishments would’ve reached. Winner of Durkan Brothers Grade 1 Chase 2009 and the Hennessey Gold Cup, Leopardstown 2010.
- Woodlands Park 100 Nas Na Riogh Novice Steeplechase (Grade 2) 2009
- John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Steeplechase (Grade 1) 2009
- Hennessy Gold Cup (Grade 1) 2010
- John Meagher Memorial Steeplechase 2011
Defy Logic was an impressive horse from early on, claiming a Fairyhouse bumper by 35-lengths in the colours of JP McManus. Defy Logic had an extremely successful year in 2013 but unfortunately was afflicted with various injury from 2014 until he died in November 2015.
- Follow Fairyhouse Twitter INH Flat Race 2012
- Corporate Hospitality Fairyhouse Maiden Hurdle 2013
- Weatherbys Ireland GSB Beginners Steeplechase 2013
- Racing Post Novice Steeplechase (Grade 1) 2013
Noble Prince provided eleven wins for Paul Nolan Racing including a memorable victory in the Jewson Novices’ Chase at Cheltenham in 2011. The 12 year old continues to compete for his owner Gerry Spain who partnered Noble Prince to a strong finish in the 2015 Foxhunters Chase at Cheltenham.
- Jewson Novices’ Chase, Cheltenham 2011
- John Meagher Memorial Chase, Thurles 2013
- Ben Dunne Gyms Supporting Kildare GAA Poplar Square Chase (Grade 3), Naas 2011