“Owner and Trainer Determined to Move on to Fairyhouse with Star Mare After Princess Zoe Twitter Dispute.”

In the world of horse racing, tensions can run high, especially when it comes to ownership and training decisions. Recently, a Twitter spat involving Princess Zoe’s connections, owner Andreas von der Schulenburg and trainer Tony Mullins, has caused quite a stir in the racing community. With the star mare set to compete at Fairyhouse, it remains to be seen how this disagreement will affect her performance or if the parties involved can put their differences aside and move forward. In this article, we explore the feud and its potential impact on Princess Zoe’s racing career.

Paddy Kehoe, the joint-owner of Princess Zoe, has expressed regret for his tweet criticising Danny Mullins’ ride at the Cheltenham Festival but has confirmed that there is no animosity between him and Tony Mullins. Princess Zoe had been supported into 9-1 for the Jack de Bromhead Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle, but she crashed through the last hurdle and finished fifth behind You Wear It Well. Kehoe took to Twitter to publicly criticise the Mullins pair for the tactics employed but has since deleted the tweet.

In an interview with the Racing Post, Kehoe expressed his disappointment in himself, admitting that sending out the tweet was a spur of the moment decision that he now regrets. Despite the setback at Cheltenham, Kehoe praised Princess Zoe and Tony Mullins, insisting she is a “mare of a lifetime.” He also confirmed that she is set to bid for Grade 1 glory at Fairyhouse next month.

Tony Mullins stressed that there had been no falling out between him and Kehoe, even after the incident. The trainer praised Kehoe’s support for his yard and insisted that they would move on from the issue. When asked whether Danny Mullins would keep the ride at Fairyhouse, the trainer replied in the affirmative.

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As the Twitter storm over Princess Zoe’s ownership and training comes to a close, it’s clear that this remarkable mare is destined for greatness. With her sights now set on Fairyhouse, we can expect to see more incredible performances from this talented racehorse. While the controversy surrounding her ownership and training may have caused some upheaval, it’s clear that Princess Zoe’s team is ready to move on and focus on what matters most – winning races. So get ready to cheer on Princess Zoe as she takes on her next challenge and continues to prove why she’s one of the best racehorses in the business.

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