The last two winners of the tote.com Galway Plate are among the likely runners again next month
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 July 2016
Joe Finegan sits down with 20-year-old Jonathan Burke, who is hoping to land his first Festival winner
Leo Powell looks at the very happening family of the improving Wakanda
Dave Keena got the latest plans from trainer Henry de Bromhead on his high class team of jumpers
From Galway Plate winners to successful event ponies, all types are bred or produced at Co Kilkenny stud and nursery
The Henry de Bromhead-trained chaser gave jockey Jonathan Burke a Galway Plate winner to add to his father Liam's win with Sir Frederick
Ryan McElligott previews the top class jump races at the Punchestown Festival where the Mullins stars take centre stage again
A half-brother to this season's Grade 2 winning novice chaser Shanahan's Turn, Wakanda has now won a similar contest
The grandson of Danehill is related to several Grade 1 winners and also to a filly who was runner-up in the Oaks at Epsom
Mother and daughter team of Jessica and Kate Harrington now aiming for listed success with six-year-old mare
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