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Wayne Lordan, representing Irish Injured Jockeys, received €700 from Anne Murphy of Naas General Hospital at Naas Racecourse last Monday. The money was raised through a raceday raffle organised by the 200 hospital staff who were guests of the racecourse \ INPHO/Tom Maher
Financial planner Niall Rooney and family sponsored the leading jockey prizes at the Galway Festival. Patrick Mullins (four winners) was the leading National Hunt rider of the week and received €2,000 and a Galway Crystal trophy.
Pictured with Patrick are Ross, Niall and Adam Rooney.
Shane Foley (five winners) was the leading flat jockey in Galway. In addition to his cheque for €2,000, he received the Pat Smullen Perpetual Memorial Cup. Pictured are Ross Rooney, Shane Foley and Niall Rooney
Racegoers on the final day of Tthe Festival, Ruardhri and Mairead Murray with Grace and Roisin \ Healy Racing
Conor Burke enjoying the final day of the Galway Festival \ Healy Racing
Run for cover - ladies taking cover from the rain at Galway on Satruday \ Healy Racing
Your Honor and Mikey Sheehy won for trainer James Nash and groom Lauren Hickey in Sligo \ Healy Racing
Flame Of Eire gets a kiss from owner Mary Harney after win for trainer Andy Slattery in Galway \ Healy Racing
Owner James Guilfoyle and J.J.Slevin after Starzov won the Railway Bar Maiden Hurdle at Roscommon \ Healy Racing