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Ronan Groome picks out a few of the main talking points on another big weekend of racing
By Ronan Groome on 29 November 2019
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Best dressed ladies at Navan, and good luck to the Cabaret Queen syndicate at Newbury
By Olivia Hamilton on 29 November 2019
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Jack Cantillon talks to Ronan Groome about the brilliant back story to Ladbrokes Gold Trophy hope Cabaret Queen, making racing more accessible and the great opportunities the sport should pursue
By Ronan Groome on 22 November 2019
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The Cabaret Queen story was one of the highlights of the racing year
By Ronan Groome on 18 October 2019
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Leo Powell looks at the pedigrees of weekend winners Cabaret Queen, Max Vega, Royal Illusion, Sopran Ival and Tango
By Leo Powell on 18 October 2019
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Cabaret Queen made her mark in a memorable weekend for Willie Mullins as she powered home in the Ladbrokes Munster National
By Ryan McElligott on 18 October 2019
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Munster National winner Cabaret Queen, owned by a 70-strong syndicate, many of whom are racing first-timers, is set to run in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury next month.
By Ronan Groome on 18 October 2019
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The Willie Mullins-trained daughter of King's Theatre landed the feature race by 13 lengths in the hands of Paul Townend. Listen Dear and Darver Star won the listed races on the card
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 October 2019
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Leading British owners are sourcing more talent from the Irish point-to-point circuit
By Eoghain Ward on 20 January 2017
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Cabaret Queen struck at Dromahane for Warren Ewing, who had set out from Antrim at 5.15am; doubles on the card for Eoghain O'Grady and Robert Tyner. Neill O'Donnell reports
By Irish Field Contributor on 30 December 2016
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