€410,000 won through IRE Incentive Scheme€10,000 IRE Incentive Sales voucher winner Red Linn (IRE)
€410,000 in Irish Sales vouchers has been awarded to the owners of Irish-breds through the IRE Incentive scheme, meaning it really does pay to buy Irish.Irish Thoroughbred Marketing
There was further reward for the owners of Irish-breds this week in the IRE Incentive Scheme, with four more happy owners taking home €10,000 vouchers to be spent on Irish-breds at Irish Sales.
In the Irish EBF Median Sires Series Race at Killarney on Wednesday, the well-related LUXEMBOURG (IRE) scored by two and a quarter lengths from previous IRE Incentive winner Tuwaiq (IRE). The son of Camelot is a half-brother to Group Two winner Leo De Fury (IRE) and holds a Group One entry.
The Tom Mullins-trained RED LINN (IRE) showed plenty of ability to win on debut in the Irish EBF Auction Series Maiden at Leopardstown on Thursday for owner Mrs Helen Mullins. Later on the same card, Aga Khan Studs homebred SUWAYRA (IRE) was successful for Dermot Weld in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden.
On the Sunday of the Irish Oaks meeting at the Curragh, Aidan O’Brien’s CONCERT HALL (IRE) showed grit to get back up in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden and may next be seen in the Group Two Debutante Stakes.
€410,000 in Irish Sales vouchers has been awarded to the owners of Irish-breds through the IRE Incentive scheme, meaning it really does pay to buy Irish. There are five chances to win over the coming seven days. Visit the ITM website for more information on the Scheme and to view a full list of races: www.itm.ie/IRE_Incentive