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We take a look at some of the former Irish pointers that won in UK points at the weekend.
The Milestone Stables operator is off to a flying start, with notable strike rates for Ellen Doyle and David Christie.
Citizen makes it a day to remember for O’Sullivan team.
Some star names feature among the 47 initial entries for the Handler's Charity race.
Codd at the treble following Corran Cross maiden romp.
Colin McKeever's Fame And Glory gelding won the same maiden that Finians Oscar had done three years earlier.
The Killinick Harriers point to-point at Lingstown will play host to a charity race n aid of mental health and suicide awareness.
Fuego De L’Abbaye shows promise to get Murphy off the mark for the season
Honest Exchange builds on promise to kickstart Codd treble
Christie’s Miracle as Eddies returns from serious injury
Edwulf was unsurprisingly the star attraction at Loughrea as he drew a strong crowd to the Co. Galway course
The 2019/20 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where Murphy got off the mark as Gale At Sea storms home to win her four-year-old maiden.
Denis Murphy's The Bosses Oscar joins Gordon Elliott after being sold for 75,000 pounds.
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.
Askdaboss sprung a mils surprise when taking a division of the four-year-old maiden for former rider Shane Hassett.
Donnchadh Doyle's Bartlemy four-year-old winner claimed top billing as over 120 Irish Pointers were offered for sale.
Jamie Codd dominated at Loughanmore with a treble on the replacement fixture for the cancelled Easter meeting.
Jamie Codd won his fourth northern title following a treble at Loughanmore including a 10th of the season for Kruzhlinin.
Frilly Frock avenged her recent narrow defeat to kick-start a winning weekend for Colin Bowe at the Fermanagh course.
Jamie Codd capped of a week which saw him enjoy Grade 1 success when riding a double at the Galway venue.
Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.
The Finians Oscar connections of Murphy, Codd and Logan combined to produce the eye-catching Grangeclare Native.
Luke Murphy and Denis Murphy continued what was a winning weekend for the pair with a double on the card.
Direct Fire became Brian Hamilton's first winner in the Gigginstown House Stud colours.
Former rider Andrew Latta sent out Moonlit Wings to win the mares maiden in fine style.
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.
Barry O'Neill had a successful day at the Premier Hunts meeting at Turtulla on Sunday, when recording a double on the card.
Evan Dwan enjoyed a day to remember at Oldtown when riding his first double and bringing his season’s tally to four winners.
Jamie Codd made a successful return from injury in the Steel Lintels Ireland Ltd. five-year-old geldings’ maiden aboard Whatsupwithyou.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
Darragh Allen attained a notable milestone by partnering his 21st career winner, shedding his five pound claim in the process.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
Declan Queally made his only mount of the day count when combining with Debbie Hartnett to win the 5YO Mares maiden aboard Whatsastory.
Barry O’Neill continued his fine start to the season riding a treble around the new track at Damma House.
Former champion point-to-point rider Jamie Codd has a close affinity with Tinahely, and on Sunday got his season off the mark when registering a double.
Maliboo provided a deserved local success, as the South Westmeath's celebrated 40 years of running a point-to-point at The Pigeons.
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.
Aaron Sinnott was on the scoreboard at Portrush on Saturday aboard Aonghus Song which was the Wexfords natives second winner of the season.
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.