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A €185,000 son of Yeats bought by Cheltenham Festival-winning trainer Martin Brassil was top lot. This gelding is an own-brother to Tintangle and a half-brother to the classy Tombstone
By Ryan McElligott on 14 June 2019
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The clearance rate was a remarkable 91%, the aggregate just over €11.7 million, and the median surged to an unprecedented €45,000
By Ryan McElligott on 11 June 2019
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Martin Brassil, who bought the top-priced lot on the first day of the Goffs Land Rover Sale, struck again on day two when going to €90,000 for a son of Beat Hollow
By Ryan McElligott on 12 June 2019
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There has been a wave of investment around the Curragh, with some major property deals backing up the development of the racecourse and gallops
By Mark Costello on 29 March 2019
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Nickname was a Grade 1 winner in France and Ireland. Leo Powell looks at the family of his son Frodon
By Leo Powell on 16 December 2016
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Rachael Blackmore is riding with great confidence and landed a double at Kilbeggan
By Gary Carson on 24 June 2016
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Leo Powell takes a snappy look back at the winners of the Aintree Grand National in every year ending with the number 6. They reveal a wide range of stories
By Leo Powell on 08 April 2016
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Kevin Blake likes all three runners in the bumper at Naas and selects Mallowney and A Grey Matter along with other choices
By Kevin Blake on 20 February 2015
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Jockey Mark Walsh continued his good run with another winner in the J.P. McManus colours at Cork
By Thomas Weekes on 09 January 2015
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Mark Walsh claimed the opening race at the second day of the Festival with City Island, while Champ finished a creditable second
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 March 2019
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