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Tuesday’s Grade 1 Dooley Insurance Group Champion Novice Chase has the potential to be a race for the ages with former Irish pointers Envoi Allen and Monkfish likely to lock horns.
Cormac Doyle's Stowlin winner obliged as the Cheltenham Festival banker with victory in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase.
Cormac Doyle's former Stowlin maiden winner preserved his faultless record over fences in the Flogas Novice Chase.
Monkfish and Bravemansgame cemented their positions at the top of their respective divisions with impressive Grade 1 victories.
Cormac Doyle's Stowlin point winner just held on in a three-way finish to the Grade 1 Staying Novice contest.
Murphy back in front with Greenrock Abbey.
There were 14 graded-race winners in February, including four Grade 1 winners.
Irish point-to-point graduates record 13 victories across four UK point meetings last weekend.
We take a look at some of the former Irish pointers that won in UK points at the weekend.
Cormac Doyle's charge was the sole Irish-trained winner on the International card at Barbury Castle.
Eugene O'Sullivan, Ellen Doyle, Turlough O'Connor and Cormac Doyle are responsible for the ten Irish entries.
Harding on the mark with Scene Not Herd in Turtulla success.
Cormac Doyle's Bartlemy runner-up recorded his biggest career success in the Buck House Novice Chase.
The 2019/20 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where Murphy got off the mark as Gale At Sea storms home to win her four-year-old maiden.
The handlers will each recieve a E1,000 voucher to be used at stores sales in either 2019 or 2020.
The Wexford outfit went into seven figures as they bought 20 horses for the new point-to-point season.
Colin Bowe once again signed for the most expensive horse bound for the pointing fields on day two at Goffs.
The Monbeg team parted with almost one million euro as they bought 22 horses on a day of big prices.
The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
Ken Parkhill bred four individual winners including Begoodtoyourself, a winner on the final day of the season.
Rob James was in double winning form on the final day of the popular end of season Kinsale fixture.
Bobhopeornohope was a third four-year-old maiden winner of the season for Cormac Doyle.
Some Are Lucky became the latest horse to add his name to illustrious roll of honour that is the Barbour Cup.
Rob James and the Doyle brothers proved to be the combination to follow at Portrush on Saturday, as they left the popular Co. Derry venue with a treble.
Peter Flood claimed the Kepak & Walsh Family four-year-old mares' maiden with Moore Clouds to continue his blossoming career as a handler.
Michael O'Sullivan, fresh from his three-timer at Kildorrery the previous Sunday, recorded a double at Bandon.
Pat Doyle has a great record around Belharbour and his Fado Des Brosses took the opening Costello Family four-year-old maiden in impressive fashion.
It was a red-letter-day for novice rider Jack Hendrick who partnered his first career success aboard Would You Bypass.
19-year-old Jack Hendrick partnered his first career success aboard the Cormac Doyle-trained Would You Bypass at Tinahely last Sunday.
The Goffs UK Autumn Sale at Doncaster concluded today with the second and final session offering 188 HIT & Pointers.
The 2018/19 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where a fine day saw a large crowd attend.
The East Galway introduced their new course at Stowling to positive feedback from riders and handlers alike.
James Walsh and Cormac Doyle combined to take the Tallow four-year-old maiden with Some Operator.
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.
The Wicklow Foxhounds returned to point-to-pointing when holding a fixture at Tinahely in November.