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Pat Doyle's former point-to-pointer backed up her Cheltenham Festival success as she got the better of Monkfish.
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.
Willie Mullins watched Colreevy and stablemate Elimay secure a one-two in the inaugural staging of the Grade Two Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase.
The Turtulla maiden winner won his second Grade 1 of the season in impressive fashion in the Ballymore.
Pat Doyle's Dromahane winner led home a one-two in the Cheltenham Festival opener with a breathtaking display.
Pat Doyle's former Dromahane winner led home a one-two in the Grade 1 contest for point-to-point exports.
Colreevy added another Graded victory to her tally when landing the Grade 2 Coolmore NH Sires EBF Mares Novice Chase at Thurles on Wednesday.
The Turtulla winner is a sixth straight winner of the Naas feature to have graduated from the Irish point-to-point fields.
The Willie Mullins trained Appreciate It recorded his first Grade 1 victory at Leopardstown when impressing on the in Future Champions Novice Hurdle.
The Willie Mullins trained Colreevy added another Grade 1 victory to her tally when winning the Faugheen Novice Chase at Limerick.
Whispers for Stafford as smart mare fulfils promise.
42 point-to-point graduates are declared to run at day three of the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday.
The Knockanard winner led home fellow pointing graduates Appreciate It and Queens Brook in the Grade 1 contest.
Henry de Bromhead has another exiting prospect on his hands as the Turtulla maiden winner remains unbeaten.
The opening contest of the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday sees a final entry of 22, containing multiple point-to-point graduates.
There were 14 graded-race winners in February, including four Grade 1 winners.
Brandy Love gives a taste of her ability in beating the boys.
We take a look at some of the former Irish pointers that enjoyed success in UK points last weekend.
For the second time at the Dublin Racing Festival, Pat Doyle supplied Willie Mullins with a big race winner.
The Jeremy gelding became the new Champion Bumper favourite following his impressive Grade 2 success.
‘Niceprospect’ Reality Cheque cashes in for Doyle family after faultless display.
The Gigginstown House Stud-owned Fury Road scores by one-length in the Grade 2 Novice Hurdle at Limerick.
Pat Doyle's Moira winner picked up his third success at Ascot in the process with his wide-margin success.
We take a look at some of the former Irish pointers that won in UK points last weekend.
The Tipperary native, a former novice champion between the flags, will share the American title with Michael Mitchell.
Following his Castletown success, Ben Harvey stars in season three of the NextGen feature.
The 11-year-old is one of 60 horses to feature on the first list of hunter certs as the new season approaches.
There was double delight for James Kenny at the Tipperary course, including a family success with Ya Boy Ya.
Derek O`Connor is set to take his 11th consecutive Western title this year.
The Turtulla winner could now be set to be offered for sale following his Hunter Chase victory for Evan Dwan & Pat Doyle.
Mags and Patrick Mullins combined with the Tattersalls Farm third to get the better of Jack Thunder at Tipperary.
Jamie Codd capped of a week which saw him enjoy Grade 1 success when riding a double at the Galway venue.
Irish point-to-point graduates won 12 of the 40 races ran at the 2019 Punchestown Festival.
On a day of drama it was Wrong Direction who scooped a big pot for the Spillane family.
A big crowd were on hand in Co. Clare to witness rising stars Peter Flood and Luke Murphy enjoy success.
Derek O'Connor continued his successful partnership with Kilkenny handler Ellmarie Holden as they combined with Calthor.
Pat Doyle's Oldtown maiden winner Slip Road will run in the LIsted Bumper at Limerick on Sunday.
Susie Doyle looks set to have her first ride in the Cheltenham Foxhunters on Friday.
Wide Receiver became the second most expensive point-to-point horse sold at auction on Thursday,
Evan Dwan enjoyed a day to remember at Oldtown when riding his first double and bringing his season’s tally to four winners.
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.
The Moig South four-year-old winner picked up his first Grade 1 prize less than a year after his point success.
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.
Colin Bowe will be out to repeat the success of Envoi Allen at Ballinaboola this coming Sunday.
Gordon Elliott's Ucello Conti recorded his second victory within seven days following his last success with Barry O'Neill.
The Gordon Elliott trained Hardline landed the Grade 1 Chase at Limerick in a thrilling finish.
There was a one-two for former Pat Doyle point-to-point winners in the Supreme Novice Trial at Ascot on Friday.
The well-related mare was bought for E230,000 the biggest price paid for a NH mare here in over ten years.
The first of nine contests produced an impressive display when Mount Ida took the opening division of the four-year-old mares’ maiden.
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.
Sydney Paget leads many of the leading players in the open division who feature on the early hunter cert list.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
The opening day Necarne on Friday saw Colin Bowe send out three winners to join Donnchadh Doyle at head of the trainer's table on 26 winners, whilst Rob James took the riding honours kicking home a treble.
Treble for Derek O’Connor
The remarkable Sydney Paget notched-up a seventh successive victory in the day's feature.
Pat Doyle continued the scintilating form of his 4yo runners with a rare venture north of the border to Moira.
The Gigginstown House Stud-owned Shot To Hell provided James Kenny with his first four-year-old winner.
Luke Murphy took center stage at Curraghmore with a first career three-timer.
On an afternoon that saw a terrific crowd in attendance to welcome the President of Ireland Michael D Higgins.
The Stonehall harriers were rewarded with an afternoon of sunshine on Saturday to finally stage their Moig South fixture at the third attempt
On an afternoon that saw snow on the ground, Pat Doyle recorded his second success of the weekend in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden.
There was a most unusual occurrence in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden as the Pat Doyle-trained winner Axiomatic.
Donnchadh Doyle, who saddled an amazing seven winners across three meetings on Sunday, got his weekend off to the best possible start.
Richard Black has enjoyed a dream start to his training career, consigning the most expensive point-to-point mare at last March.
Reigning Champion Under-21's rider, Shane Fitzgerald, was in double-winning form at Cragmore.
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.
Dlauro and Envious Editor were some of the eye-catching winners on a high class day's racing in the burren.
Bay Ambition provided the injured handler Robert Tyner with a welcome tonic at Aghabullogue.
Pat Doyle lavished praise upon his Danny Kirwan following an emphatic debut success.
Maxine O'Sullivan clinched victory in the opening round of the 2017/18 ITM Ladies Series aboard Samanntom.
Colin Bowe, Heather Kiernan and Eugene O'Sullivan all continued their winning ways into Loughrea.