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Mark Costello spoke to Frankie Ward, Tom Dreaper and Andrew Hogan about the return of point-to-pointing last weekend
By Mark Costello on 16 April 2021
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Leo Powell looks back to the 26th and final Cheltenham win for Tom Dreaper, achieved 50 years ago
By Leo Powell on 12 March 2021
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Leo Powell provides a selction of stories from the paper, including hopes for the introduction of Sunday racing
By Leo Powell on 24 April 2020
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Kindness, compassion and great company were the words repeatedly used by friends and family to describe Alison Baker, who raised the famous Arkle
By Noel Mullins on 31 May 2019
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Willie McCabe recalls his memories of looking after the great Arkle, Gaelic football and hunting. Noel Mullins writes
By Noel Mullins on 02 March 2018
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The meeting at Dowth Hall saw attendances of overt 6,000 where the 11-year-old Cavite Beta makes a winning seasonal reappearance to pick up his fourth open
By Eogháin Ward on 03 November 2017
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Dave Keena talks to Jim Dreaper ahead of a big meeting at Navan
By Dave Keena on 25 November 2016
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The Newmarket-trained Red Tears was one of the biggest winners at the 1966 Punchestown Festival in the colours of Major Victor McCalmont. Leo Powell tells the story
By Leo Powell on 15 April 2016
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Was Arkle the greatest steeplechaser ever, or was Flyingbolt is equal or better? Leo Powell looks at the career of the pretender to the crown
By Leo Powell on 19 February 2016
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Leo Powell recalls the glorious tradition that is Thyestes day and some of its famous winners
By Leo Powell on 08 January 2016
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With 12 favourites for Cheltenham in three months' time and eight trainers' titles, is Willie Mullins too dominant?
By Leo Powell on 11 December 2015
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Lynsey Dreaper remembers some of the lads who worked at her family's yard, Greenogue, for Tom and Jim Dreaper
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 April 2015
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The Jim Dreaper-trained gelding found conditions to his liking at Uttoxeter and stayed on for a fine win in the Midlands National
By Ian Carnaby on 20 March 2015
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