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Eoghain Ward
Eoghain Ward

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Young trainer Cormac Farrell is using his experience in the eventing world to make a fine start to his career with exciting jumping Thunderstruck
By Eoghain Ward on 25 May 2018
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The Duhallow Kanturk committee's charity meeting was a big success with healthy donations to the Injured Jockeys Fund
By Eoghain Ward on 25 May 2018
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As the 2017/18 point-to-point season draws near to the finish line, a number of talented young riders have certainly been showing maturity in the saddle and catching the eyes of many
By Eoghain Ward on 18 May 2018
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The Irish Field-backed Point-to-Point Awards will return to the Clayton Whites Hotel in Wexford town on Saturday, June 9th
By Eoghain Ward on 18 May 2018
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Barry O’Neill was presented with his first ever national title 12 months ago, and he holds a six-winner advantage over Derek O’Connor in his bid to defend the title
By Eoghain Ward on 18 May 2018
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Limerick man Ray Barron recently enjoyed a successful start to his Gentlemen’s League Fegentri championship campaign as he moved to the top of the standings with victory in round two
By Eoghain Ward on 11 May 2018
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Sunday’s fixture at Bartlemy has attracted an entry of 232, which is by far the biggest entry of the season while Mid-Antrim’s Loughanmore point-to-point has attracted 193 entries
By Eoghain Ward on 11 May 2018
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Shetland Bus took a dramatic opener, A Decent Excuse was on the mark again and 19-year-old Andrew Phelan rode his first winner at Stradbally
By Eoghain Ward on 11 May 2018
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The Monksgrange crowd that braved the rain were treated to top-class action between the flags, highlighted by wins for Eden Du Houx and The Con Man
By Eoghain Ward on 04 May 2018
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