Denis Paul Murphy
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The Wexford outfit went into seven figures as they bought 20 horses for the new point-to-point season.
The Monbeg team parted with almost one million euro as they bought 22 horses on a day of big prices.
Donnchadh Doyle's Bartlemy four-year-old winner claimed top billing as over 120 Irish Pointers were offered for sale.
Jamie Codd won his fourth northern title following a treble at Loughanmore including a 10th of the season for Kruzhlinin.
The Donnchadh Doyle-trained five-year-old was among a number of Irish pointers to change hands.
Wexford-native Kevin Corrigan already has three winners on the board this term and the 20-year-old updates us on his progress to date here.
The Ballycahane winner claimed top billing on a night of high prices at the Tattersalls Cheltenham Festival sale.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
A Decent Excuse will be out to win the Open Lightweight for the second consecutive year.
The Loughanmore maiden winner has already achieved Grade 2 honours over hurdles.
Treble for Derek O’Connor
The remarkable Sydney Paget notched-up a seventh successive victory in the day's feature.
Former Grade 1 winner Uxizandre made a winning pointing debut to claim the prestigous Barbour Cup.
Lough Derg Rose & Norwegian Woods proved to be poignant winners for owner Pat Coffey.
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.
Portnablagh impressed for Jamie Codd and Liam O'Brien around the new-look Dungarvan course.
Burning Ambition picked-up a fourth race on the bounce for the Wexford duo of Rob James & Pierce Power.
The opening four-year-old maiden at Kirkistowns Autumn fixture saw the opening leg of a double for reigning champion Barry O’Neil.
Two-time winner from last season, Burning Ambition, took his third consecutive victory in the colours of Alexandria Gardner.
The Wicklow Foxhounds returned to point-to-pointing when holding a fixture at Tinahely in November.
Pat Doyle lavished praise upon his Danny Kirwan following an emphatic debut success.
Got The Nac proved to be another eye-catching value purchase by Kildare handler Peter Flood.