County of origin: Limerick
Date of licence: 2019 (Previously trained from 2005-2011)
First winner: Homestead (Mr Colm John Murray) Limerick, July 22, 2005
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From Shanagolden, County Limerick, Patrick Hayes trained from to 2005 to 2011 and renewed his licence in 2019. He had first winner with only his fifth runner when Homestead landed an amateur riders' handicap hurdle at Limerick in July, 2005.
His younger brother Chris, the country's leading apprentice at the time, rode Patrick's first winner on the Flat when partnering Keel Castle Maine to success at Ballinrobe the following year. Patrick has had point-to-point winners and also runs a pre-training business from his Curragh base.
Patrick scored a notable success when Flirting Lesa won the Bishopscourt Cup at the Punchestown Festival in 2019.
Foran Equine Irish EBF Auction M'dn (Lightning Jock - S. Foley - 2020)
John Fletcher Memorial H'cap H'dle (Harbour View - R.C. Colgan - 2008)
Resource Garryowen Plate H'cap S'chase (Harbour View - P.T. Enright - 2008)
Irish Stallion Farms EBF Claiming Race (Moonhall Girl - T.P. Madden - 2020)
KFM Hunters S'chase (Bishopscourt Cup) (Flirting Lesa - N.J. Redmond - 2019)
'Passport' Coors Light (QR) Hcap H'dle (Homestead (GB) - C.J. Murray - 2005)
October Bank Holiday Weekend Hcap Schase (Flirting Lesa - Rachael Blackmore - 2020)
Find On Facebook @dundalkstadium H'cap (Div 2) (Gatsby Cap - C.D. Hayes - 2021)
McWilliam Park Best Western Premier M'dn (Keel Castle Maine - C.D. Hayes - 2006)
Holden Plant Rentals H'cap (Div 2) (Gatsby Cap - C.D. Hayes - 2021)
*Statistics are up to close of business the previous day. Prize-money is allocated within 1 week of the race date (allow 1 week for Prize-money).
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