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Samurai Cracker, trained by Caroline McCaldin for her husband Alan, won at Mainstown last Sunday
The Co Armagh-born jockey recorded his 1,000th jumps victory at Wetherby last Friday week and added to that total with a treble the following afternoon
The former owner of Battleoverdoyen explains how he came to buy the Doyen gelding and mentions all those who helped produce the bay
Purchased by renowned Cullybackey judge on behalf of Ronnie Bartlett, the Aizavoski gelding also rewarded favourite backers at Leopardstown
A couple of changes of direction resulted in Wexford breeder returning to breeding thoroughbreds having produced two successful Irish Sport Horses
Gina Andrews and Bryon Moorcroft recorded doubles at Clifton-On-Dunsmore, and Monte Alban got off the mark at Alnwick
While yard owner A.P. McCoy was at Leopardstown, yard manager Ciaran O’Brien had his colours carried to victory on the Yeats mare Hudson Yard
Wexford event rider Lucy Latta had her first homebred winner at Limerick Racecourse last Saturday
For the second time at two major Down Royal meetings, Keith Watson prevents a total whitewash of local trainers
Armagh owner/breeder lands the opening two-year-old race at Dundalk with a daughter of Dandy Man who was having her fifth start
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