Declan Lavery has built-up a very successful relationship with Brian Hamilton, and it was the Co. Down handler that provided him with his initial points winner, Hey R Fella, at Taylorstown in October 2011, having made his debut at Tyrella in March 2009. As well as partering many top open horses such as Warne, Maple Mons and Mr Bolt to success, Lavery has also guided expensive four-year-old's to victory including Lecale's Article at Largy, plus Loughanmore winners Lucky Pass and Bach De Clermont. More recently he has been associated with former rider-turned handler, Patrick Turley, with the pair successful with My Whirlwind, the subsequent £400,000 seller.
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Paddy Turley teamed up with Declan Lavery to record his first rules success with victory at Down Royal.
Murphy back in front with Greenrock Abbey.
Askinvillar was a 12th winner of the season for Colin Bowe.
Queens Brook justifies faith with smooth maiden strike.
The Sean McParlan-trained favourite won his fourth race of the season in the Frank Fitzsimmons Memorial.
Direct Fire became Brian Hamilton's first winner in the Gigginstown House Stud colours.
Declan Lavery won his appeal against the ten-day suspension he received during the Cheltenham Festival.
Declan Lavery is to appeal his 10-day ban which has provoked a big outcry.
The 20-time champion did not hold back in his criticism of the BHA following the National Hunt Chase bans.
Rob James, Declan Lavery and Noel McParlan all felt the wrath of the Cheltenham Festival stewards.
It was a red letter day for John McNally who saddled his first winner as a handler in the older maiden for novice riders when Nabraska ran out a ready winner.
It was a very cold and wet day on Sunday when the Limerick Harriers held their first point-to-point meeting at their new track at Ballycahane.
Colin Bowe made a successful start to his new relationship with Gigginstown House Stud, as Hell’s Canyon, returned the easy ten-length winner.
Watyawaitingfor provided local owner Robert Armstrong and the BBC Home Ground team with plenty to celebrate.
It was a treble-winning day to remember for local rider Darie McConville at the annual Armagh fixture.
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.
Champion point-to-pointer Ourmanmassini returned to the winners enclosure as part of a Peter Flood double.
Got The Nac proved to be another eye-catching value purchase by Kildare handler Peter Flood.