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Irish National glory for son of Laveron

THE six-year-old son of Laveron Organisedconfusion landed the Ladbrokes Irish Grand National, providing Arthur Moore with success as both trainer and joint-breeder.

The 3m5f marathon was the gelding's first race beyond 2m5f since his point-to-point days. Though he was bred in Ireland, Organisedconfusion's sire and dam are French-bred - his dam, Histologie, is by Quart De Vin and an unraced half-sister to useful chaser Moncadou. Organisedconfusion is Histologie's second winner under rules after bumper winner Avoine.

A former Scarvagh House Stud resident, Laveron now stands at Haras de Saint Voir for €3,500 after five years at Haras des Chartreux. By Konigsstuhl, he is a brother to Lavirco, the deceased sire of Mikael D'Haguenet and So Young.




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