Conor Fahy

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Conor Fahy recorded his first winner at Bennettsbirdge point-to-point in 2008 aboard Ted Gunther. A son of trainer Pat Fahy, Conor would guide subsequent Grade 1 winner Morning Assembly to win a bumper at Punchestown in 2012, and following a spell in Australia, would team-up once again with that Shantou gelding, who was trained by his father Pat, to win a Kirkistown Open in February 2018 on his return. 
 

2019/20Season
0
Winners
CareerTotal
3
Winners
Date
Course
Race type
Horse
Fin Pos
Distance
SP
Handler
Video
5yo Geldings Maiden
PU
10/1
play
Gain Mares Final
4th
24L
8/1
play
Open 4yo + (4yo Mdns Excl)
4th
18L
1/1F
play
Open 4yo + (4yo Mdns Excl)
UR
4/5F
play
Open 4yo + (4yo Mdns Excl)
1st
5L
4/1
play
4yo Geldings Maiden
UR
5/1
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
PU
8/1
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
7th
26L
7/1
play
5&6yo Mares Maiden
UR
10/1
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
10th
Dist
8/1
play
5yo+Confined Maiden
PU
8/1
play
2m7f Maiden Hunter Chase
4th
33L
10/1
play
Champion Hunters Chase
9th
26L
33/1
play
2m6f Hunters Chase
7th
18L
11/2CF
play

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Report | Kirkistown 10th Feb 18

Warren Ewing continued his great run of success in the four-year-old maiden at Kirkistown with Bold Plan.

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