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Neil O'Donnell
Neil O'Donnell

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Neil O'Donnell is a contributor to the The Irish Field.

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Barry O'Neill has a double with Eddies Miracle and Fiercly Forgie
By Neil O'Donnell on 08 June 2018
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Bowe had a one-two-three in the opening Celtic Ross Hotel four-year-old mares’ maiden
By Neil O'Donnell on 08 June 2018
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Double for Colin Bowe at Inchydoney, while Drawn N Drunk's good form continues
By Neil O'Donnell on 01 June 2018
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John Barry dominates, while Minella For Value adds another win to a strong season
By Neil O'Donnell on 01 June 2018
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Pat Doyle appears to have another fine prospect in Fury Road, while John Nallen, Eugene O'Sullivan and Robert Tyner were also among the winners at the meet
By Neil O'Donnell on 25 May 2018
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Due to quite testing after recent heavy amounts of rainfall 93 runners participated out of the 232 entries as Donal Coffey’s homebred Ask For Glory won in style
By Neil O'Donnell on 18 May 2018
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The seven-year-old Fenno’s Storm trained by Declan Queally stormed home to take the title Rathbarry Stud & Cork Plastics open at Saturday’s rescheduled Ballindenisk fixture
By Neil O'Donnell on 11 May 2018
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Lock's Corner produced a highlight performance on a quality Dawstown point-to-point card
By Neil O'Donnell on 11 May 2018
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Sydney Paget remains on course to be crowned this season's leading pointer
By Neil O'Donnell on 11 May 2018
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Rob James partnered two winners on the card at Lisronagh on Saturday; jockey Liz Lalor is well on course to win another ladies' championship and she recorded a 12th success of the season
By Neil O'Donnell on 04 May 2018
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