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Shane Fitzgerald, steadily making an impression since going professional in May, shone with a hat-trick achieved in successive races
By Eamonn Murphy on 23 July 2021
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The Blue Brilliant got the better of Magic Chegaga towards the finish to score nicely by three-quarters of a length
By Eamonn Murphy on 16 July 2021
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The J.P. McManus-owned Winner Takes Itall triggered the first part a €25,000 bonus task by winning the feature contest at Bellewstown last Saturday
By Eamonn Murphy on 09 July 2021
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Brothers Joseph and Donnacha O’Brien were responsible for three winners at Leopardstown on Thursday
By Eamonn Murphy on 18 June 2021
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A point-to-point, a maiden hurdle and a mile and six flat handicap have been secured by Aprils Joy since the beginning of last year
By Eamonn Murphy on 18 June 2021
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Luke Dempsey shines on the Anthony Coughlan-owned and Michael Butler-trained Optical Confusion
By Eamonn Murphy on 07 May 2021
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The Cork card also saw good winners for Norman Lee and John Ryan-trained performers
By Eamonn Murphy on 09 April 2021
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Mick Winters admitted that his head was “on the plate” running Chatham Street Lad so quickly after Cheltenham but his stable star did the business
By Eamonn Murphy on 02 April 2021
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"I'm scared to comment on it in case I jinx them. They are going well and once they are happy and well we'll keep them running, said Sarah Lynam of her winning streak
By Eamonn Murphy on 05 February 2021
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"Gordon was sweet enough on him (Coko Beach) and Jack picked him. The blinkers obviously did the trick - he jumped great and travelled great and he was the winner from a long way out." Busty Amond
By Eamonn Murphy on 29 January 2021
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