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Margaret Flynn-trained Dr Mikey came back from a 140-day break in great form to win the Kerrymaid Hurdle; Gordon Elliott had his 49th winner of the season with The Big Lense
By Ryan McElligott on 13 September 2019
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Darragh O'Keeffe recorded his third double in less than two weeks; Gordon Elliott won the leading trainer award
By Alan Magee on 13 September 2019
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Westland Row stormed ahead to win the Joe Cooney Memorial Hurdle for Elliott; Just A Normal Day scored by half a length in a dramatic two-and-a-half-mile handicap
By Ryan McElligott on 16 August 2019
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Ryan McElligott picks out five horses it could pay to follow over the coming weeks
By Ryan McElligott on 09 August 2019
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A gallant effot by top-weight Black Corton, who suffered interference from a loose horse, was not enough to pass the redoubtable Borice
By Ryan McElligott on 02 August 2019
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Gordon Elliotts Lethal Steps showed promise to develop into a force over timber; Russian Diamond is victorious for Mullins
By Ryan McElligott on 02 August 2019
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Brian Hughes back on form, Meath trainer saddles winners for North of Ireland owners and a Lippy Lady gets off the mark
By Margie McLoone on 26 July 2019
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James Motherway saddled a winner in the Midlands National Handicap Chase; Ray Cody had the first success of his training career with Razoul; Gordon Elliott notched up a double
By Ryan McElligott on 26 July 2019
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This day next week, seven days of well organised madness begins at Ballybrit and expectations are as high as ever before
By Ronan Groome on 22 July 2019
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Ravenhill wins the Galway Races Galway Plate Trial Handicap Chase; David Mullins secured his first winner of the season with Cool Colonnade; Limerick proves lucky for Eric McNamara and Celtic Dancer
By Ryan McElligott on 19 July 2019
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Sole Pretender would be a first winner at the racecourse for Norman Lee if successful in the €300,000 contest and the first winner of the race trained in Co Galway since 1995
By Irish Field Contributor on 19 July 2019
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Denis Hogan-ridden and trained Macgiloney took the Byrne Marquees Hilltown Hurdle; Eamonn Gallagher had his first Bellewstown winner in six years
By Ryan McElligott on 12 July 2019
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16-year-old See Double You becomes the first horse of his age to win an Irish race for many years; Everybreathyoutake pulls out a stellar performance for Elliott; Flynn enjoys a change of fortune
By Ryan McElligott on 12 July 2019
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Peregrine Run continued his winning streak: Jack Kennedy was back in the saddle and winning for Gordon Elliott: O'Brien trained Ash Hill made a winning return over hurdles
By Ryan McElligott on 14 June 2019
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The 12-year-old verteran won for the fifth season in a row at Roscommon on Tuesday evening
By Ryan McElligott on 14 June 2019
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Pensylvania Avenue has a progressive profile and should go close to winning today's feature race at Navan, the Royal County Handicap
By Ronan Groome on 31 May 2019
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Bob Baffert caught up with two of his greatest horses this week in Ashford Stud, Kentucky Triple Crown winners American Pharoah and Justify; Gordon Elliott receives another award
By Olivia Hamilton on 17 May 2019
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Top trainer bracing himself for the gradual loss of support from Gigginstown House Stud
By Irish Field Contributor on 14 May 2019
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The Meath trainer sent out another four winners at the Scottish track this week
By Ian Carnaby on 26 April 2019
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From the battle between Mullins and Elliott, to the success of De Bromhead and Blackmore, Ryan McElligott looks back on the 2018/19 season
By Ryan McElligott on 26 April 2019
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