Brindle, born: 19XX-XX, hight: XX cm, weight: XX kg
was bought lightly raced in Ireland and joined John Copplestone at Portsmouth in late
1984. In only his second trial, Tiger seriously jarred a wrist and was laid off for six
Tigers greatest triumph was achieved on July 19 1985. In the heats of the Jack Daniels Plate, Tiger led from trap to line to equal Yankee Express´s 438 track record. Two hours later, Tiger contested the Daniels Final and smashed the record by sixteen spots in 26.63. The wrist problem re-occurred and Tiger returned to Ireland and barely three years of age. He stood at stud at Frank O´Regan´s Cashel kennel alongside his sire Bold Work.
This litter also included Curryhills Fox and Curryhills Brute. Curryhills Fox broke the Dunmore 435 track record and was heavily used at stud before dying early. Brute only served a few tiches before his export to Australia. Among his excellent early paced Irish offspring, from only a dozen litters, were the first (Nans Brute), second and fifth in the 1989 Scurry Gold Cup. (Lissadell Tiger finished third). Brute has done well in Australia and now as sons at stud, notably Brutess.
Tigers stud Career as at least the
second, if not third string from the Bold Work/Lemon Soda litter, Skelligs was very
lightly used at stud. In the five years after his first pups were born (Jan 1986), he
averaged only 14 litters per year.