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Brian O'Keeffe tells the amazing story of Addeybb's work rider from India to the UK to success in Australia and a big win on Champions Day
By Brian O'Keeffe on 17 April 2020
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With the National Hunt seasons having come to an end on both sides of the Irish Sea, Brian O’Keeffe picks out seven horses worth keeping an eye on in Britain next season
By Brian O'Keeffe on 10 April 2020
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Brian O'Keeffe spoke to trainer Sarah Lynam about the challenges facing women in the industry
By Brian O'Keeffe on 10 April 2020
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Brian O’Keeffe speaks to Andrew Coonan of the Irish Jockeys Association about the measures in place to support jockeys
By Brian O'Keeffe on 27 March 2020
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The IHRB have decided to cancel this weekend's fixtures due to concerns about enforcing Covid-19 restrictions
By Brian O'Keeffe on 20 March 2020
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Brian O'Keeffe finds three horses who didn't win at Cheltenham last week that are worth following, this season and next
By Brian O'Keeffe on 20 March 2020
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Brian O'Keeffe asked some of the top racing journalists for their best bet at the Festival
By Brian O'Keeffe on 06 March 2020
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Brian O’Keeffe reports from jam-packed evening of entertainment at the Champ.ie Preview Night in the Carnbeg Hotel, Dundalk
By Brian O'Keeffe on 06 March 2020
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Fergal Duncan and his two brothers, Lonan and Joe, will hope to follow in their Uncle Anthony's footsteps by breeding a Cheltenham Festival winner
By Brian O'Keeffe on 06 March 2020
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The Landy family are hoping Captain Guinness can provide them with Cheltenham Festival success
By Brian O'Keeffe on 06 March 2020
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