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Tracy Walshe rode her family's home-bred Ballinaguilkey Fusion Exchange to a win in the five-year-old final of the ISH Studbook Series where the champion honours went to Penny Murphy's She's Got It
By Róisín Sheridan on 30 July 2021
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There was competitive action in the six-year-old division of the ISH Studbook Series where Emma Horgan's Seaview Demonstration won the final and took the champion honours under Alan O'Regan
By Róisín Sheridan on 30 July 2021
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Caitriona Redmond's Emelee won the seven-year-old ISH Studbook Series final at Coilog where Hilda Wall's HW True Blue claimed the championship crown
By Róisín Sheridan on 30 July 2021
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The Irish Sport Horse Studbook series attracted very small entries in Maryville
By Róisín Sheridan on 23 July 2021
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Derek McConnell guided the eight-year-old mare to her first 1.40m victory at the Cork venue
By Róisín Sheridan on 23 July 2021
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Posting their first big win for two years, Robert Harrison was thrilled with the performance of Dutch-bred mare Landlytes Rubina at National Grand Prix level
By Róisín Sheridan on 09 July 2021
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Róisín Sheridan reports from the final of three horse qualifiers for next month's RDS National Championships
By Róisín Sheridan on 02 July 2021
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Olympic excitement is building for Breda Kennedy, owner of Sarah Ennis' Tokyo Olympic Games mount Horseware Woodcourt Garrison
By Róisín Sheridan on 02 July 2021
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Clocking up yet another good 1.35m win at Cavan Summer Masters was John Floody on Denyse Hughes' reliable campaigner Ballyknock Diamond
By Róisín Sheridan on 25 June 2021
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Richard Kerins and Frank Kelly's Achonry Carie won the 1.30m at Cavan Summer Masters Show last weekend by almost seven seconds from their nearest rival
By Róisín Sheridan on 25 June 2021
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