11yo B M GAMUT – SOFT SKIN (RUDIMENTARY)
Hunt: Tipperary (F)
|Breeder:||Mr J. Duggan|
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We take a look at some of the horses set to line up in the contest.
On The Sod, Longhouse Music and Well Bill are amongst the entries for Sundays contest.
20-time points winner Longhouse Music is among the entries for the 2m 4f contest.
Chosen Port keeps the family in credit.
Longhouse Music bids to return to the winners enclosure.
Longhouse Music and Some Are Lucky have both returned from a mid-season break and are being aimed at a spring campaign.
Sleepysaurus bids to return to the winners enclosure in the winners of one.
Longhouse Music looks to increase her seasons tally and take the open on Sunday at Rathcannon.
Joint-champion Longhouse's victory is music to Curling's ears.
Dame De Ruban bids to secure success in the four-year-old mares maiden following on from her promising debut at Knockinroe.
Sean McParlan's charge confirmed her previous defeat of the champion mare in the Loughanmore feature.
Paul Pierce’s Immortality goes in search of success in the five-year-old and upwards mares maiden race at Loughanmore.
Over 100 people visited Sam Curling's Tipperary yard where Longhouse Music was one of the star attractions
Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin look set to renew rivalries, whilst former Irish Gold Cup winner Edwulf is set to enter the mix.
The 40th Annual Irish Field Point-to-Point Awards took place on Saturday 8th June at the Hotel Minella, Co. Tipperary.
Sam Curlings` charge set to collect both Champion Pointer and Champion mare award.
Thirteen wins apiece for Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin sees them share the title as race goes down to the wire.
The victory marks O'Connor's ninth Southern Title and his second Senior Title.
There was a popular father and son success for Pat and Jimmy O'Rourke with the promising Ask Me Early.
Askdaboss sprung a mils surprise when taking a division of the four-year-old maiden for former rider Shane Hassett.
Derek O`Connor is set to take his 11th consecutive Western title this year.
The Champion Pointer contest continues to heat up as each of the leading pair record their 12th success.
Rob James was in treble winning form, whilst it was also a day to remember for Clare native Diarmuid Moloney.
Kruzhlinin won his second race of the weekend, whilst Longhous Music was among the winners at Loughrea.
85-year-old Jim Barry won the four-year-old mares' maiden with Fantasia Storm, the only horse he has in training.
Colin McKeever was the man to follow as he saddled a double including with Eskylane.
Former rider Andrew Latta sent out Moonlit Wings to win the mares maiden in fine style.
Longhouse Music recorded her seventh success of the season at Courtown on Sunday as the Champion Pointer race hots up.
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.
There are a number of interesting prospects amongst the entries for the Remus Uomo Hunters Chase at Down Royal.
Longhouse Music brought her seasonal tally to five, when taking the ITM ladies open in the colours of John Duggan.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
Eleven-time champion rider Derek O’Connor was in treble-winning form at Lisronagh on Saturday.
The Sam Curling-trained Longhouse Music picked-up where she had left off, by returning to the winners enclosure.
A Decent Excuse will be out to win the Open Lightweight for the second consecutive year.
Sydney Paget leads many of the leading players in the open division who feature on the early hunter cert list.
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.
The rescheduled East Down Foxhounds meeting at Tyrella took place on Monday and Derek O’ Connor enjoyed a fruitful day kicking home two winners
Moskovite created a favourable impression in the Killeagh opener, but would later be disqualified.
Champion point-to-pointer Ourmanmassini returned to the winners enclosure as part of a Peter Flood double.