No Say Ever delivers for Breast Cancer Ireland

No Say Ever ran a strong race in the Lady Riders Handicap for Breast Cancer Ireland at Leopardstown Racecourse

NO Say Ever ran a strong race in the feature at Leopardstown Racecourse Dublin Ireland, the Lady Riders Handicap run for €12,600 to the winning purse over a distance of 1 mile, 4 furlongs the culmination of the Breast Cancer Ireland Ladies Cup Day.

In a fundraising day for the charity, winning jockey Nikita Kane donated her riding fee from the race day supported by Horse Racing Ireland.

Lady Riders Handicap winner No Say Ever in the lead with Nikita Kane aboard at Ladies Cup Day for Breast Cancer Ireland at Leopardstown Racecourse

Donations for Breast Cancer Ireland can be made online in the runup to Ladies Cup Day online at and at, and by texting CURE to 50300. Speaking last February to mark World Cancer Day, Breast Cancer Ireland CEO, who had been undergoing treatment for an aggressive form of the disease said that cancer doesn’t stop for illness, including the pandemic.

“Cancer doesn’t stop just because there is another illness or virus happening,” said Emma Cassidy. “If you feel there is something abnormal in your body or something just doesn’t feel right, even in the current climate with the pandemic please go to your general practitioner and get checked because you will be seen.”

Breast Cancer Ireland CEO Emma Cassidy

Proceeds from Ladies Cup Day at Leopardstown Racecourse on behalf of Breast Cancer Ireland will help fund life-saving research while providing good breast health education and awareness programmes across Ireland.


Image credits: Leopardstown Racecourse, Horse Racing Ireland, Breast Cancer Ireland

Tags: Leopardstown Racecourse Horse Racing Ireland #breastcancerireland #PinkArmy

Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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