Having had his first ride aboard Fadas Jewel at Dungarvan in January 2012, Darragh Allen rode his first winner, Lenamore Boy, for Denis O' Herlihy, at Ballindenisk in November 2014. Since then, he has struck up a successful partnerships with a number of handlers, particularly on the southern circuit, where he rode a career-best nine winners during the 2018/19 campaign. Among his most notable, Allen guided Ask For Glory to victory in a four-year-old maiden at Bartlemy before that horse was sold for no less than £280,000.
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The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
We take a look at the results of the Hunter Chase races and Point-To-Point Bumpers at Cork.
The formidable comination of Barry O'Neill and Colin Bowe enjoyed a double at the mid-week fixture.
Michael O'Sullivan, fresh from his three-timer at Kildorrery the previous Sunday, recorded a double at Bandon.
Knockanard will live long in the memory of 18-year-old Alannah Budds, as she rode her initial points winner aboard her cousin Ken Budd’s Mrs Mcro.
Pat Doyle seems to have a more than useful sort on his hands in newcomer Getaway Pat, who impressed by winning the 17-runner maiden.
Darragh Allen rode his 21st winner between-the-flags last Sunday at Ballindenisk, shedding his five pound claim in the process.
Darragh Allen attained a notable milestone by partnering his 21st career winner, shedding his five pound claim in the process.
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.
Ask For Glory makes a big impression when taking the 4yo maiden.
Shadow Rider continued an excellent start to the spring 4yo campaign for Barry O'Neill, Colin Bowe & Walter Connors.
James Walsh and Cormac Doyle combined to take the Tallow four-year-old maiden with Some Operator.
Portnablagh impressed for Jamie Codd and Liam O'Brien around the new-look Dungarvan course.
There were New Year's Eve celebrations for rider James Hannon after he secured a Templencarriga double.
18-year-old Lorcan Kavanagh from Co Laois certainly had an afternoon to savour for he rode his very first winner aboard pointing debutante Sea Beat.