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Jockey Evan Daly, who recently switched from flat racing to jump racing, had a winner at Clonmel on his second day out over hurdles and has his sights set on success
By John O'Riordan on 19 January 2018
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John O'Riordan talks to trainer Joseph Murray about the horses in his yard
By John O'Riordan on 20 November 2015
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Former amateur jockey Ollie Ellwood is now a full time artist based in Co Wexford and specialises in painting horses, dogs and rural landscapes
By John O'Riordan on 04 September 2015
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Friday May 16th 2014 at Dundalk was a momentous occasion as it marked the 700th winner of my career when He’s Our Music won the Champions Restaurant Dundalk Rated Race.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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My father, Pat O’Hagan, was the racecourse veterinary surgeon at the old Dundalk track for 41 years, so naturally some of my earliest memories revolve around racing.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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"I suppose that my destiny to work in the racing industry was laid out from the very beginning"
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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When I turned 16, I enrolled in RACE and began the study which will hopefully lead to life as a professional jockey.
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 August 2014
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I was introduced to racing by my late father, who would fondly recall memories of his childhood, when he cycled to Fairyhouse on Easter Monday, for the Irish Grand National.
By John O'Riordan on 07 August 2014
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I am carrying on a long family tradition, being the sixth successive generation to stand horses at Tullaghansleek Stud, in Co Westmeath.
By John O'Riordan on 07 August 2014
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I grew up on a dairy farm in north Co Dublin and we always had horses around the place.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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Since taking out an Irish licence in 2010, I have been slowly progressing as a trainer, and the victory of Catchy Lass at Dundalk last Friday night was the latest addition to my growing CV. 
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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I was brought up in a racing environment, where, by the age of 12, I was helping to break horses.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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I have no direct background in racing and am the only one in my family who rides but if you go back a few generations, there is a strong history.
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 August 2014
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I grew up in a housing estate in Naas and while I never had any direct contact with horses, my dad was an owner for as long as I can remember. 
By John O'Riordan on 07 August 2014
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I have enjoyed a really successful start to 2014, sending out four winners at Dundalk, since the beginning of the new year including my first double.
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 January 2014
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My father, Desmond Morris, is a well-known zoologist and author of human behaviour books, including the bestselling The Naked Ape.
By John O'Riordan on 07 August 2014
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As a child I loved playing football, but my father always kept a couple of hunters and point-to-pointers at home and he gradually converted me to an interest in horses.
By John O'Riordan on 07 August 2014
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I was born in Cappagh, just outside Dungarvan and had an interest in horses from a very young age.
By John O'Riordan on 06 January 2014
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My interest in racing was triggered by the victory of Hallo Dandy in the 1984 Grand National.
By John O'Riordan on 06 January 2014
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I was born in Caragh, just a short distance from Naas - an area steeped in racing tradition.
By John O'Riordan on 06 January 2014
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