A native of Limerick, Ray Barron made his first appearance in the point-to-point fields aboard John Gleeson's Clogher Rose at Liscarroll in 2011, and 11-months later he recorded his initial career success when teaming-up with Mrs Henderson at Rathmorrissey. Ray, who has had a season's best winning tally of six during the 2016/17 pointing season, was selected to represent his country in the second edition of an expanded 2018/19 Gentlemen's League Fegentri Championship, winning round two for Emmanuel Clayeux in a French point-to-point at Chateau-Gontier in May 2019.
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Mags and Patrick Mullins combined with the Tattersalls Farm third to get the better of Jack Thunder at Tipperary.
Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.
The Ray Barron-ridden Blue Templar took the opening race of the Punchestown Festival
We take a look at the runners and riders declared for the Ladies Perpetual Cup at the Punchestown Festival.
Fresh from success at Boulta last Sunday, Barron is on-course to finish second in the pan-European series.
Enda Bolger's charge will look to make a rapid rise through the ranks as he takes on dual hunter chase winner Macs Legend.
Sunday’s Loughrea fixture proved to be a red letter day for novice rider Barry Stone, who booted home his first winner.
On an afternoon that saw a terrific crowd in attendance to welcome the President of Ireland Michael D Higgins.
The 12-runner Hurleys SuperValu, Midleton four-year-old mares’ maiden developed into a truly dramatic race.