In The Press

11 Nov 2014 D'Arcy Dominates Anastazia continued a family affair and jher trainer Paul D'Arcy's fine record with runners in nurseries when taking the 6f opener. Anastazia's half brother Darnathean had started his wining ways for the stable at the track.   Bruce Jackson | Racing Post
14 Aug 2014 Paul D'Arcy, who spent many years with Stoute, has always got the best out of whatever he has had to work with and DARNATHEAN underlined the point when following up last week's Brighton win under a penalty.   Graham Dench | Racing Post
07 Aug 2008 Paul D'Arcy can do no wrong at present.   Tony Elves | Racing Post
07 Aug 2008 Star performance Paul D'Arcy, who played 18 holes of golf with the Gongolphin & Racing partnership at Caldecott Hall and then proceeded to provide the perfect finishing touch to the day when Calahonda gave him a 15th winner of the season.   Tony Elves | Racing Post
04 Aug 2008 STAR PERFORMANCE: Paul D'Arcy for landing his first Listed prize of the summer with Suzi's Decision.   Andrew King | Racing Post
26 Jun 2003 Tora Bora a triumph of planning by D'Arcy.   Racing Post
28 May 2003 Training performance of the week. Saturday was the turning point in the career of trainer Paul D'Arcy, whose leap of faith to supplement his colt Indian Haven at considerable cost paid off handsomely with his first Classic success in the Irish 2000 Guineas. In a race that Aidan O'Brien has come to call his own, it was a rare spectacle to see a trainer with just 30 horses rob the mighty Ballydoyle winning machine on its home turf. Now, surely, D'Arcy's expertise is beyond doubt and empty boxes in his yard will become a thing of the past.   Racing Post Weekender
26 May 2003 Haven romp proves D'Arcy point.   Racing Post
25 May 2003 Trainer Paul D'Arcy's bold decision to supplement Indian Haven pays off with a first Classic win in the Irish 2000 Guineas.   Sunday Times
25 May 2003 Indian Haven wins the Irish 2000 Guineas to justify trainer Paul D'Arcy's belief.   Sunday Tribune
25 May 2003 Paul is an absolute master of detail and he can tune a horse better than anyone at McLaren. This is the first Classic for him but you are going to hear a lot more of him.   Brough Scott | Sunday Telegraph
25 May 2003 D'Arcy has only been training for five years, but he was a canny jockey before that and spent a full decade as one of Sir Michael Stoute's work-riding team. When you have galloped the likes of Ezzoud, Opera House and Singspiel you know what a top horse feels like when he is moving near his peak. D'Arcy himself was aboard Indian Haven for his blow-out last week. He was sure.   Brough Scott | Sunday Telegraph
25 May 2003 Indian Haven gamble pays off.   Sunday Independent
25 May 2003 Indian Haven proved the little guy can take on the major players in racing when running out a game winner of the Entemann's Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh yesterday.   News of the World
01 May 2003 Paul D'Arcy confirmed his reputation as a talent scout when he picked out Indian Haven for just 62,000 guineas at the sales as a yearling.   Racing Post
23 Apr 2003 D'Arcy's patience honed from years with the best.   Steve Taylor | Racing Post Weekender
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