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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
Hacksaw Ridge became the latest winner to be sent out by promising young Wexford handler Richard Black.
Donnchadh Doyle's Bartlemy four-year-old winner claimed top billing as over 120 Irish Pointers were offered for sale.
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.
We take a closer look at the former Irish pointers that won in UK points last weekend.
Wide Receiver became the second most expensive point-to-point horse sold at auction on Thursday,
Barry O’Neill continues to maintain his advantage at the head of the leading riders table, with a double on the day bringing his tally for the season to 29.
Invitation Only followed in the footsteps of Monbeg Notorious to give the Monbeg team a second successive Thyestes victory.
Jamie Scallan opened his account for the season in the four-year-old mares’ maiden at Borris House and discusses his career to date here.
The Curraheen victor ran out an emphatic 17-length winner of the Grade 2 Novice Chase on Saturday.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
Barry O Neill extended his lead in the rider’s title to eight winners ahead of Derek O’Connor when he secured a treble on the day.
Monksgrange played host to a high class day of action when no fewer than three Doyle's were among the winners.
A red-letter day for Andrew Phelan
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.
One of the most convincing winners of the day was the Sean Doyle trained Know The Score who won the division one of the four-year-old-maiden