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Dickie Power spent a great day's hunting with the historic Muskerry Foxhounds pack
By Dickie Power on 19 January 2018
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Action for the Muskerry Foxhounds point-to-point at Aghabullogue track on January 7th
By Orlaith Cuddihy on 12 January 2018
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It was a double on the card for Derek O’Connor when the Galwegian teamed up with Pat Doyle-trained Sydney Paget and also Bay Ambition, trained by Robert Tyner
By Neil O'Donnell on 12 January 2018
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Orlaith Cuddihy caught up with secretary of the Aghabullogue point-to-point Michael Twomey
By Orlaith Cuddihy on 08 December 2017
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Next weekend, the Foxhounds will have two fixtures running under their auspices, at Curraheen on Sunday and Dawstown on Bank Holiday Monday
By Margie McLoone on 21 April 2017
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The Cappagh rider continued a fine run of form with a hat-trick at Curaheen last Sunday
By Neil O'Donnell on 06 May 2016
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A brief round-up of hunting snippets seen and heard on the hedge
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 November 2015
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Dickie Power enjoys the opening meet of the Muskerry Foxhounds, reputedly the oldest pack in Ireland
By Dickie Power on 13 November 2015
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The Muskerry Hunt has organised a fun ride and bumper auction in aid of the Alex Ott Appeal
By Caitríona Murphy on 06 February 2015
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Hounds, horses and tourists mingled at Blarney Castle, where Robert Harkin has been joined by three new joint-masters
By Dickie Power on 09 January 2015
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Not far from Macroom in West Cork, Cloghduv is a village of 300 people, a church, a pub and most importantly a great welcome for all.
By Dickie Power on 10 November 2014
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