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Rob Giles talks about his experience traveling with some of the best horses all over the world
By John O'Riordan on 26 July 2019
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David Marnane-trained Koybig got his first win and will head for Galway; Dunkirk Harbour had little difficulty taking the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race
By Ryan McElligott on 19 July 2019
Marnane is hopeful Alfredo Arcano will continue his Portland Handicap winning streak
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 June 2019
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David Marnane's Tato Key will take on eight sprinters in the €2,296,000 Golden Shaheen today at Meydan
By Ronan Groome on 29 March 2019
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Dennis McGettigan is CEO of Bonnington Jumeirah Lakes Towers & McGettigan's Irish Bars in Dubai. He owns Royal Ascot winner Settle For Bay jointly with Maurice Casey
By Olivia Hamilton on 17 August 2018
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David Marnane talks to Ronan Groome about his second Royal Ascot winner, his other big-races successes and the invaluable time he spent in Dubai
By Ronan Groome on 29 June 2018
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At Royal Ascot on Wednesday Poet's Word ran a personal best in a strongly run race where a coltish Cracksman disappointed; Settle For Bay can improve for David Marnane
By Olivia Hamilton on 29 June 2018
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The job is done. The Hunt Cup is in the bag but Settle For Bay could step up into pattern company
By Donn McClean on 22 June 2018
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Social media comments from the second day at the royal meeting at Ascot as Settle For Bay was a popular winner
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 June 2018
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The David Marnane-trained gelding began his spree on a mark of 76 but won here off 91 and could have Royal Ascot on his agenda; Clear Skies showed group potential with a runaway victory
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 January 2018
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Pat Smullen was back on Irish soil and back in action at Dundalk and partnered Khwarizmi; there was a double on the card for Chris Hayes, aboard Pillar Mountain and Koybig
By Eamonn Murphy on 08 December 2017
David Marnane Racing and the McGettigans Group are teaming up to host two preview nights in Dubai for the Dubai World Cup
By Olivia Hamilton on 10 March 2017
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Leo Powell reports on a memorable night for Saudi Arabia in Dubai as their home-bred and trained filly Nashmiah won the UAE 1000 Guineas
By Leo Powell on 10 February 2017
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A tilt at Lingfield’s All Weather Championships is on the cards for Saga Bolton; Michael Halford brings up a double with Ebadan and Hat Alnasar
By Ryan McElligott on 22 January 2016
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Finbarr and Mairead Cahill’s Dodgybingo won the two-year-old nursery in the same colours as former Noel Meade stable star Pinch Hitter
By Alan Magee on 27 November 2015
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Another Story and Political Policy were the two winners at Dundalk for Ronan Whelan
By Eamonn Murphy on 27 November 2015
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Fran Berry and Ronan Whelan rode a double each with Paytheprice improving to win after her fourth place here recently
By Eamonn Murphy on 13 November 2015
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Andy Oliver is grateful for the support of his owners of multiple winner Panama Hat; Damian Lavelle's Jamesie wins at Dundalk at last
By Eamonn Murphy on 09 October 2015
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Sovereign Debt took first place in the Group 3 after placings were reversed; Eddie O'Connell's Bachasson continues to excite
By Claire Barry on 09 October 2015
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Andrew Maher is a member of the Global Equine Syndicate who have three horses in training with David Marnane
By Olivia Hamilton on 11 September 2015
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