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Last year’s winner looks set to carry the number one saddlecloth ahead of Sir Dragonet
By Stuart McCormick on 17 September 2021
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Anne Marie Duff looks at some of the stories surrounding the big races on Irish Champions Weekend
By Anne Marie Duff on 10 September 2021
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Andy Bate was impressed by the former Melbourne Cup winner at the Curragh, while runner-up Princess Zoe is surely going to win a big one when the ground eases
By Andy Bate on 20 August 2021
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"He has free entry now for the Irish Champion Stakes so we’ll have to think about that,” said Johnny Murtagh of Earlswood
By Ryan McElligott on 20 August 2021
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The 2020 Melbourne Cup winner impressed in Group 3 company on Friday evening, when Earlswood and Head Mistress also recorded notable successes
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 August 2021
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A look ahead to good meetings at the Curragh and Chester next week
By Mark Costello on 30 April 2021
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Dermot Weld, a pioneer of international racing, got a long awaited first in the Breeders'Cup with Tarnawa; Jim Bolger bred three Group 1 winners Gear Up, Twilight Payment and Mac Swiney
By Ryan McElligott on 18 December 2020
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Twilight Payment gave Joseph O'Brien his second Melbourne Cup: Donnacha O’Brien's Fancy Blue became the first Irish-trained filly in 50 years to win the Prix de Diane
By Ryan McElligott on 18 December 2020
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Five members of Joseph O'Brien's team are prearing to return home next week after a highly unusual six-week adventure
By Mark Costello on 06 November 2020
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Leo Powell looks at the pedigrees of a number of recent winners, including Twilight Payment
By Leo Powell on 06 November 2020
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Joseph O'Brien achieved the feat of winning Australia's greatest race twice in three years for Lloyd Williams
By Stuart McCormick on 06 November 2020
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Romanised and Mac Swiney were others to note from the Curragh card last week
By Simon Rowlands on 24 July 2020
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Ken Condon's horses were in outstanding form at the Curragh on Saturday with Romanised taking the Paddy Power Minstrel Stakes and Laws Of Indices springing a 66/1 surprise in the GAIN Railway Stakes
By Ryan McElligott on 24 July 2020
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The Joseph O'Brien-trained son of Teofilo beat his stable companion Master Of Reality easily in the Group 2 test. Jim Bolger has Derby hopes for maiden winner Mac Swiney
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 July 2020
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Wayne Lordan notched up another treble at the Curragh; Kodiac's Frenetic flew home for SBA Racing Limited
By Ryan McElligott on 03 July 2020
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Seamie Heffernan rode the son of Authorized and held off Tiger Moth (Emmet McNamara) by a head. Dawn Patrol was five lengths behind with Order Of Australia fourth - a Ballydoyle one-two-three-four
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 27 June 2020
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Melbourne Cup looks on the cards for the Curragh Cup winner, who defeated Latrobe on his latest start
By Mark Costello on 30 August 2019
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Siskin is very useful but not definitely better than that just yet after winning the Gain Railway Stakes at the Curragh last Saturday
By Simon Rowlands on 05 July 2019
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Jessica Harrington and Jim Bolger enjoyed success on Friday's card at the Curragh
By Ryan McElligott on 28 June 2019
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Michael Ross previews the three-day Tattersalls July Sale where those entered include Friday's Curragh winner Twilight Payment and some high-class mares
By Michael Ross on 28 June 2019
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