Johnny Hurley got his riding career got off the mark at Knockanard in Febuary 2015 aboard the Jimmy Mangan-trained Gabrielleamee. The following season would prove to be his best to date when he rode a total of 11 winners, which led to him being awarded the Bill Twomey Memorial Trophy by the Cork & Waterford Injured Jockeys Committee. Hurley, whose sister Jane is a well-known photographer on the sourthern circuit working with the Healys Racing team, enjoyed his first track success with the 40/1 winner, Sanches, at Limerick on St. Stephen's Day in 2018.
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Warrior’s run away win vindicates Collender’s faith.
Starvoski shines to reward work of Byrne partnership.
Gifted Coqolino justifies faith of connections.
Highly impressive Forge Hill sparks a double for Doyle.
Premium access helps Bowe set a furious pace at the top of the table.
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Michael O'Sullivan, fresh from his three-timer at Kildorrery the previous Sunday, recorded a double at Bandon.
Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle sent out Deploy The Getaway to triumph in the competitive 12-runner Tinnakill House four-year-old maiden.
Conna native, Johnny Hurley rode his first winner back from injury last Sunday and the 24-year-old discusses his career to date here.
Bay Ambition provided the injured handler Robert Tyner with a welcome tonic at Aghabullogue.
There were New Year's Eve celebrations for rider James Hannon after he secured a Templencarriga double.