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Powell, who won the 1988 Grand National on Rhyme 'N' Reason, announced on Tuesday that he is retiring as a trainer
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 April 2019
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The Grand National-winning rider is moving on to pastures new after calling time on his training career this week
By Leo Powell on 12 April 2019
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Brendan Powell, a leading jockey and winner of the 1988 Grand National at Aintree before embarking on a career as a trainer, has retired
By Leo Powell on 12 April 2019
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Leo Powell remembers the moment 30 years ago when his brother won the world's most famous race
By Leo Powell on 13 April 2018
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Hell Yeah's win at Kempton and Most Honourable's success at Tramore show that you don't need to spend a fortune to win at racing
By Leo Powell on 21 August 2015
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There was a surprise winner of the feature race on the dirt at Meydan on Thursday as Mickael Barzalona's mount battled to victory
By Leo Powell on 06 February 2015
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Jockey Karen Kenny talks to John O'Riordan as she battles to get race-fit after a bad fall at Tramore last August
By John O'Riordan on 26 December 2014
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Niceonefrankie scores for Venetia Williams; Nicky Henderson’s French import Hargam looks good
By Ian Carnaby on 19 December 2014
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TALKING TRAINERS: Dave Keena travels to Moone in Co Kildare and talks to Jessica Harrington about her yard full of talent
By Dave Keena on 05 December 2014
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Hey Big Spender's third win in the Rehearsal Chase was the highlight of a Newcastle treble for Colin Tizzard and Brendan Powell
By Ian Carnaby on 05 December 2014
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No rules of racing have been breached by licensed trainer Powell or his assistant Bradley who has sought his own licence. Other stories from the week also found here
By Mark Costello on 31 October 2014
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