Nick recaps on a busy week which saw him indulge in a bit of freeloading dining at some award ceremonies
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 December 2015
Barney Curley cultivates an air of mystery, but his heart is in the right place. Leo Powell writes about one of racing's most colourful characters
Barney Curley was honoured with a prestigious award in the Irish Houses of Parliament for his work with Direct Aid For Africa. Leo Powell was there to join in the celebrations
Legendary gambler is recognised for his tireless efforts to help some of the world's poorest people
The 40th anniversary of the Yellow Sam betting coup will be remembered with a new play to be staged at Bellewstown races
January 22nd marks the first anniversary of Barney Curley's amazing betting coup involving four horses laid out to win on one day in Britain. Here we re-post Kevin Blake's blog written on that day.
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