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Ireland's team of Cormac Hanley, Shane Sweetnam, Paul O'Shea and Conor Swail were fourth in season opener in Florida
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 February 2019
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Tipperary's Denis Lynch won the Longines Masters of Hong Kong five-star Grand Prix
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 February 2019
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The Cross Country Chase at Cheltenham is the next port of call for the versatile Grand National winner
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 February 2019
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The Paul Nicholls-trained gelding put up a tremendous front-running display to take the Grade 1 prize by 17 lengths
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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A huge leap at the last sealed victory for Paul Nicholls-trained seven-year-old who went on to score by 11 lengths from Terrefort
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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Robinsfirth is not entered in the Grand National, but could now head to next month's Cheltenham Festival
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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Kildare's Judy Reynolds and Vancouver K placed third in the FEI Freestyle to Music at Neumunster, Germany
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 February 2019
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The Henry de Bromhead-trained eight-year-old won the Grade 2 feature in the hands of Rachael Blackmore
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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The Joseph O'Brien-trained six-year-old dropped back in trip to take the Grade 3 contest in dominant style
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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Also at Haydock, Jester Jet won the listed mares' hurdle, and Quel Destin cemented his claims for next month's Triumph Hurdle
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 February 2019
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