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Willie Mullins on Saint Roi's defeat in the Morgiana Hurdle: "He made a few mistakes, but I think that was because he was pulling so hard on heavy ground."
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 November 2020
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Joseph O'Brien completed a feat that his father had done with Life Of A Lord and it was a seventh winner of this race for McManus
By Ryan McElligott on 31 July 2020
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The first two days of the Festival saw mixed fortunes for some of our top jockeys
By Donn McClean on 13 March 2020
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Jockey Conor McNamara landed his second €100,000 handicap success in as many months; Gordon Elliott-trained Run Wild Fred notched up Grade 3 success
By Ryan McElligott on 21 February 2020
Trainer respects Al Boum Photo and Santini, but would not swap his horse for any other
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 February 2020
Mark Walsh will partner Warren Greatrex's talented mare on Sunday, as Richard Johnson remains on the sidelines with a broken arm
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 January 2020
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After his double at Killarney on Thursday, comeback king Mark Walsh rode Air Supremacy to victory in the Kerry Group Handicap Hurdle
By Ryan McElligott on 23 August 2019
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Champ travelled well for Mark Walsh and then quickened to win the Grade 1 Doom Bar Sefton Novices' Hurdle
By Ian Carnaby on 05 April 2019
Mark Walsh rode Espoir D’Allen to a surprise victory in the Unibet Champion Hurdle
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 March 2019
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Racing news this week included the release of the Grand National weights where a number of horses caught the eye among the lower weights
By Anne Marie Duff on 15 February 2019
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Some informed members of the racing public found Mark Walsh's ride on Ilikedwayurthinkin unsatisfactory. Regardless of whether they are right or wrong, an enquiry should have been called
By Ronan Groome on 17 December 2018
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Mark Walsh got a cherished first Cheltenham Festival winner through a spare ride on Bleu Berry
By Ryan McElligott on 16 March 2018
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Chris's Dream stormed home to win by a 64-length demolition of his five rivals at Clonmel's rescheduled fixture on Tuesday
By Claire Barry on 23 February 2018
There was more drama in the big novice chase at Leopardstown with the departure of the favourite
By Ryan McElligott on 29 December 2017
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It was a fantastic afternoon for jockey Mark Walsh who had four winners on the card; Dromore Lad gave Shauna Larkin her first winner on the track
By Claire Barry on 01 December 2017
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The four-year-old is now unbeaten in two starts over hurdles following Grade 3 success at Naas; Ball D'Arc took the other Grade 3 on the card; impressive wins for Red Jack and Next Destination
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 November 2017
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"This is one of my favourite tracks from the very beginning back in the 1970s. I was leading trainer here for two or three years back then"
By Michael Graham on 01 September 2017
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Off since Easter Monday, the top jump jockey is hoping for a change in fortune at Galway
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 July 2017
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Walsh joins Barry Geraghty in a race to be fit to ride for owner J.P. McManus at Galway
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 July 2017
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Enda Bolger's Auvergnat successfully switches from the cross-country sphere to win the day's feature
By Ryan McElligott on 19 May 2017
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