Brian Lawless began his career aboard family horses trained by his father Ger and owned by both Brian and his brother Seán. Delgany Star gave him his first ride at Borris House in December 2016, and by March 2017 it was Delgany Lass who gave him his first winner at Moira. A wide range of handlers have called upon his services since, including Donnchadh Doyle and John Nallen, and that helped him win a share of the Under-21 title with Ben Harvey, a title that was sealed with a second double of the season on what proved to be the final day of the season at Ballyragget in March 2020. Tha Lawless' father runs Ballydonagh Stables, which among other things, has trained stunt riders for hit TV shows such as Into The Badlands and Vikings.
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The riders picked up their two-day suspension following the start of a maiden at the Co. Down venue in March.
It proved to be a breakthrough season for both Brian Lawless and Ben Harvey who are the latest recepients of this notable prize.
The Wicklow native has been enjoying a successful season, riding a second career double at Ballyragget during the weekend.
Whispers for Stafford as smart mare fulfils promise.
Like A Demon, Samurai Cracker and Winged Leader are amongst the horses set to line up for the two miles and three furlongs contest.
Askthebosslady answers all the questions in emphatic fashion.
Elliott’s Mala Beach proves different class on point debut.
There was double delight for James Kenny at the Tipperary course, including a family success with Ya Boy Ya.
Shane Fenelon rode a double at Stradbally last Saturday and talks about how it all came about here.
Pa King enjoyed a successful St. Patrick’s Day recording a double at Ballyragget when registering a double.
Colin Bowe made a successful start to his new relationship with Gigginstown House Stud, as Hell’s Canyon, returned the easy ten-length winner.
Peter Flood has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and Star Wizard brought his tally to six winners this term.
Brian Lawless was on the scoreboard at Oldcastle on Sunday aboard Tinnehinch which was the Wicklow natives second winner of the season.
Barry O Neill extended his lead in the rider’s title to eight winners ahead of Derek O’Connor when he secured a treble on the day.
The Ashleigh Murphy yard continued their recent good fortunes at Largy with the success of Wild Polly.