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Jason’s May Bank Holiday Teaser


Congratulations to Martin Tucker who has won ‘Jason’s May Bank Holiday Quiz’ (correct answers are now shown below).  Martin will receive a canvas print (16 x 12) of his favourite picture kindly sponsored by the Sporting Press. Canvas Prints from the Sporting Press make for a great gift idea for any occasion. See advert on the banner carousel on home page of this website for full details of how to order one today.

1 Trainer of shock 2018 Irish St Leger winner (second last letter of surname). PHILIP BUCKLEY
2 Held 525-yard track record at Shel Pk for many years incl much of the 1980s (first letter of second word). TANTALLONS GIFT
3 Ex-Irish track, spell it either way (second letter) NAVAN
4 Trainer of triple winner of the Irish Derby in the 1950s (third letter of Christian name, short version). TOM LYNCH
5 He finished third in last year’s Irish Derby final (second letter of first word) RUN HAPPY
6 Dual Track Oaks winner of the 1950s (first letter of second word) PEACEFUL LADY
7 ‘Judicial building’ which won the Irish Cup early this Millennium (last letter of second word) COURT HOUS
8 Last bitch with one-word name to win the Coursing Oaks (last letter) GRACEANDGLAMOU
9 Last back-to-back Champion Stakes winner (fifth letter) MULTIBET
10 There was one in the 2017 Coursing Derby and the 2007 Coursing Oaks (first letter) DIVIDE
11 Winner of the Plunkett Devlin Open 600 Stake at Shelbourne Park last year (last letter of first word) SKYWALKER LOGAN
12 She won the 2019 Open Unraced Bitch Stake at Newbridge last year (first letter) AZZABI

We then asked you to unravel all the letters collected in the answers and work out the anagram to discover a well known personality on track and field whose name often appears on the pages of the Sporting Press.IMELDA GRAUER