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Some star names feature among the 47 initial entries for the Handler's Charity race.
Joint-champion Longhouse's victory is music to Curling's ears.
The Killinick Harriers point to-point at Lingstown will play host to a charity race n aid of mental health and suicide awareness.
Christie’s Miracle as Eddies returns from serious injury
Space Cadet bids to follow up on his win at Castletown-Geoghegan.
The ex-Donnchadh Doyle Belclare winner was as low as 10/1 for the big race following his RSA success last season.
The Wexford outfit went into seven figures as they bought 20 horses for the new point-to-point season.
Colin Bowe once again signed for the most expensive horse bound for the pointing fields on day two at Goffs.
The Monbeg team parted with almost one million euro as they bought 22 horses on a day of big prices.
Rob James rode his 200th winner between-the-flags on Sunday
Tattersalls Cheltenham May Sale concluded today with a satisfactory set of results; five lots fetched 100,000.
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.
Rob James was in treble winning form, whilst it was also a day to remember for Clare native Diarmuid Moloney.
Jamie Codd won his fourth northern title following a treble at Loughanmore including a 10th of the season for Kruzhlinin.
Donnchadh Doyle continued his excellent season with four-year-old's when Fantasia Roque won at Bartlemy.
Frilly Frock avenged her recent narrow defeat to kick-start a winning weekend for Colin Bowe at the Fermanagh course.
Colin McKeever was the man to follow as he saddled a double including with Eskylane.
The wide-margin four-year-old maiden winner headlined a big night in the sales rings for point-to-pointers.
Donnchadh Doyle saddled a double at Fairyhouse including with the unlucky Ballyarthur faller Get In Robin.
Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.
Barry O'Neill and Colin Bowe were in double winning form at a fixture which also saw Kruzhlinin become the first horse to win nine races.
The four-year-old maiden winners scooped big pots at Sandown on the final day of the British jumps season.
A big crowd were on hand in Co. Clare to witness rising stars Peter Flood and Luke Murphy enjoy success.
Luke Murphy and Denis Murphy continued what was a winning weekend for the pair with a double on the card.
The recent Liscarroll winner set a new record price for the Goffs UK Aintree sale when going for £440,000.
Rob James and the Doyle brothers proved to be the combination to follow at Portrush on Saturday, as they left the popular Co. Derry venue with a treble.
Colin Bowe-trained Papa Tango Charly impressed by posting a scintillating debut under Barry O'Neill in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden.
The Donnchadh Doyle-trained five-year-old was among a number of Irish pointers to change hands.
Madera Mist bids to secure the winners of one race for Donnchadh Doyle at Durrow on Saturday.
We take a closer look at the former Irish pointers that won in UK points last weekend.
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.
The highlight of the day at Lingstown was the Hearne Line Marking open cross country race where the increased prize fund of €3,000.
Wexford rider Jimmy O’Rourke enjoying a good day the North Galway Hunts meeting at Belclare when registering a double on the day.
The son of Flemensfirth won his debut point for Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle in 2016.
County Wexford rider Jimmy O'Rourke had a successful day at Borris House on Sunday when recording a double on the card.
Wide Receiver became the second most expensive point-to-point horse sold at auction on Thursday,
Keep Wondering aims to improve on his debut second place at Oldcastle for Donnchadh Doyle.
Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle sent out Deploy The Getaway to triumph in the competitive 12-runner Tinnakill House four-year-old maiden.
The first of nine contests produced an impressive display when Mount Ida took the opening division of the four-year-old mares’ maiden.
The opening division of the Connolly’s Red Mills four-year-old maiden saw Buzz De Turcoing record a very fortunate success.
The 14-strong field includes two of Martin Hassett's four-year-old maiden winners.
As competition within the open division begins to intensify, Coastal Tiep added to his burgeoning reputation by claiming the JA Electrical Services open.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
It was a red-letter-day for handler Ashleigh and owner Michael Murphy of Redbridge Stables, as the pair enjoyed a double on the day.
Nominees for the 2018 awards which will take place next month have been revealed, including in the point-to-point category.
For the second year in succession, leading mare Sliabh Mhuire Lass was turned over at short odds in the A One Tyres mares’ open.
The Goffs UK Autumn Sale at Doncaster concluded today with the second and final session offering 188 HIT & Pointers.
Maliboo provided a deserved local success, as the South Westmeath's celebrated 40 years of running a point-to-point at The Pigeons.
David Christie once again proved his talents in sourcing new horses, as his latest purchase, Kadmer made a winning debut.
Sambremont bids for back-to-back victories at Portrush
The Sam Curling-trained Longhouse Music picked-up where she had left off, by returning to the winners enclosure.
The 2018/19 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where a fine day saw a large crowd attend.
Ourmanmassini bids to record back-to-back victories on the two opening weekends of the season
Noel Kelly bids to continue his fantastic start to the season with Oscar Light and Decor Irlandais in the Winners of One.
Robin Des Sivola will look to bid to atone for a Necarne mishap at the opening fixture of the new season.
Minella For Value continues his fantastic run of form.
Brian Lawless was on the scoreboard at Oldcastle on Sunday aboard Tinnehinch which was the Wicklow natives second winner of the season.
The opening day Necarne on Friday saw Colin Bowe send out three winners to join Donnchadh Doyle at head of the trainer's table on 26 winners, whilst Rob James took the riding honours kicking home a treble.
The Crawford brothers of Stuart and Ben teamed up to take the final heat of the four-year-old maiden with the Roy Wilson-owned The Very Man.
Monksgrange played host to a high class day of action when no fewer than three Doyle's were among the winners.
Court Jurado and Everybreathyoutake were among the four-year-old winners at Taylorstown.
Rob James picked-up two of his four weekend winners at Lisronagh's spring fixture.
Local rider Rob James was in treble winning form at the rescheduled Courtown fixture.
Reigning champion Barry O'Neill added a brace of victories to his season haul at the rescheduled fixture.
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.
The rescheduled Ballyragget point-to-point took place on Sunday where Jamie Codd enjoyed a three timer.
Roger Quinlan made a welcome return to action when recording a double at his local point-to-point track in Horse & Jockey.
On a day to remember for the Monbeg Syndicate, it was their Thatsy who initiated a two-timer for jockey James Walsh and local handler Donnachadh Doyle.
Donnchadh Doyle, who sent out no less than seven winners over three meetings on Sunday
Donnchadh Doyle, who saddled an amazing seven winners across three meetings on Sunday, got his weekend off to the best possible start.
The well-related The Hollow Chap powered up the Tinahely hill to claim the day's opener under Barry O'Neill.
Duhallow Paddy proved to be a popular local winner during the 80th anniversary celebrations of the Kildorrery fixture.
The annual Punchestown point-to-point provided the setting for James Murphy's first career winner.
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.
Dlauro and Envious Editor were some of the eye-catching winners on a high class day's racing in the burren.
Rob James revelled in the snowy conditions to record a treble at the Carlow venue.
Donnchadh Doyle sent out his initial winner of the season when Darsi In The Park landed the opening four-year-old maiden.