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Richie Deegan and Pilot Station (blue colours) part company at the last fence when leading in the four-year-old maiden , in turn bringing down Donjon and Jamie Codd (green) (Photo HEALY RACING)
Little Millie and Jamie Codd in the winners’ enclosure with John McNally and Bernadette Quinn after winning the mares’ maiden race at Loughbrickland
(Photo HEALY RACING)
Overwordunderpaid and Barry O'Neill with girlfriend Brigid Bowe and Roxy after winning the four-year-old maiden race (Photo HEALY RACING)
Puddle Alley and Aileen O'Sullivan with Neil Gault after winning the older geldings maiden race at Castletown-Geoghegan
Timmie and Coiley Considine with the cup after their mother Virginia’s Royal Rendezvous won the five-year-old maiden Castletown-Geoghegan (Photo HEALY RACING)
Local trainer Jimmy Mangan presents local school winner Eva Condon with her prize for the art competition at Ballynoe point
Photo HEALY RACING.
Ita Kiernan presents Brian Dillon with the Cup after his Didarro and Jamie Codd made all the running to win the Frank Kiernan Memorial adjacent winners’ race at Castletown-Geoghegan
(Photo HEALY RACING)
Benefit North and Noel McParlan with owners Frank and Rose Boyd after winning the older maiden at Loughbrickland (Photo HEALY RACING)
(L-R) John McAulliffe, Aisling and Conor Relihan waiting for the last race to start(Photo HEALY RACING)
Chapter Two and Pa King with owner/trainer Tom Shaw after winning the mares' winners of two race at Loughbrickland (Photo HEALY RACING)
Call Of The Loon and jockey Ray Barron with owner Patrick Moore and trainer David Ryan (left) after win at Ballynoe Photo HEALY RACING.