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Dave Keena catches up with Gavin Cromwell, John McConnell, Shark Hanlon and David Christie making their Cheltenham plans
By Dave Keena on 14 February 2020
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Dave Keena gathered the thoughts of a few jockeys and trainers for some of their big hopes in Leopardstown this weekend
By Dave Keena on 31 January 2020
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Dave Keena catches up with the Kildare trainer who has some nice young prospects and a Grand National run in line for his star chaser
By Dave Keena on 17 January 2020
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Dave Keena talks to a number of jockeys and trainers about some of their best chances over the Christmas period
By Dave Keena on 20 December 2019
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Dave Keena spoke to Joseph O'Brien at the launch of the Leopardstown Christmas Festival
By Dave Keena on 06 December 2019
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Martin Brassil has trained some top-class jumpers in his time and has high hopes Cheltenham winner City Island will add to his achievements
By Dave Keena on 22 November 2019
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Patrick Mullins gave Dave Keena an update on some of the plans for the Mullins stable stars
By Dave Keena on 13 September 2019
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Dave Keena talked to Meath trainers Gordon Elliott and Gavin Cromwell about some of their big hopes for Listowel, and also got the latest from Philip Reynolds on Presenting Percy
By Dave Keena on 06 September 2019
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Dave Keena finds out what is on the cards for some of the big names and up and coming horses as we head into the National Hunt season
By Dave Keena on 30 August 2019
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Michael Halford has some nicely-bred two-year-olds to get on track for the second half of the season
By Dave Keena on 23 August 2019
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