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Dan Carlin
Dan Carlin

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Dan Carlin is a contributor to The Irish Field

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Also at the two-day meeting, Jonny Dunne and Robyn Camden were impressive winners of the three-year-old championship for fillies
By Dan Carlin on 20 July 2018
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Jeffrey Payne's Get Rockin took the feature Painted Mile at Portmarnock last Sunday
By Dan Carlin on 13 July 2018
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The Durham-based William 'Rocker' Laidler made a seven-hour journey to Abeystwyth worthwile with five winners at Aberystwyth over last weekend
By Dan Carlin on 13 July 2018
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Sean Kane roared back to form at Annaghmore last Sunday while on the same card Jonathan and father John Nixon had the first two home in the Grade F, E & D Handicap
By Dan Carlin on 06 July 2018
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Portmarnock action saw some stellar performances including a race that really had no loser
By Dan Carlin on 29 June 2018
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The 58-year-old Dubliner had a ball at Bjerke, even if things did not always go his way
By Dan Carlin on 29 June 2018
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Ger Heggarty’s well-kept farm at Lyre was the epicentre of harness racing in the UK last week
By Dan Carlin on 22 June 2018
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Nigel Quigley's seven-year-old took the Red John Memorial pace - at €10,000 to the winner, the most valuable all age handicap in the Irish calendar
By Dan Carlin on 22 June 2018
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There is a prize fund of €100,000 for both days of racing action
By Dan Carlin on 15 June 2018
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The 18-year-old Erin Flanagan recorded her first success when driving Belle De Bonneval to win at Portmarnock last Sunday
By Dan Carlin on 15 June 2018
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