The Colin McKeever yard have plenty of four-year-olds and some five-year-olds for the new pointing season
Falcano had a deserved change in luck when winning the five- and six-year-old geldings’ maiden at Tinahely last Sunday
Colin McKeever-trained Elmdale had to settle for second but showed huge promise to be in the winners enclosure soon
Bellshill may not have scored on his point-to-point debut but then trainer Colin McKeever’s confidence in the horse was spot-on
Twenty-eight hunter certificates have been registered through the East Antrim Hunt with about half of these for horses trained by Stuart Crawford
Punchestown Gold Cup victory comes just days after another former graduate of Co Antrim nursery fails by a nose to land Scottish National
Wilson Dennison has approximately 24 horses' hunter certificates registered with the Turf Club
Loughanmore graduate wins a Grade 1 race at the Cheltenham Festival for the second year in a row
Horses once trained at Loughanmore continue to make their mark on the racecourse and others are set to follow in their wake
The first weekend in February should see some exciting debuts by the latest four-year-olds in four points' venues
Former conditional Gerald Quinn gets off the mark between the flags on a good day for Loughanmore team
Point-to-point season opens with victory in four-year-old maiden at Toomebridge for Prairienative
“What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” The Bard might think so but your correspondent is kicking herself!
Wilson Dennison had a busy day from supervising a schooling session in the morning before watching his family’s event horses
Anne Marie Duff and Mark Costello report from the 37th Annual point to-point awards in Knightsbrook, Trim
Irish point-to-point racing looks set to record its most successful year on the track to date, writes Eoghain Ward
Shaneshill just failed to catch the former Irish-trained Rawnaq in Nashville last Saturday, but it’s been a great season nonetheless
Mahler gelding shows the benefit of his early education in Co Antrim although never appearing here between the flags
Three Grade 1 winners at Cheltenham supplemented by two seconds made it an afternoon to remember for Dennison and McKeever
Eoghain Ward covers a stable tour at Loughanmore and talks to trainer Colin McKeever and owner Wilson Dennison
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