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Pat Doyle's debut winner was snapped up by Champion Hurdle winning trainer Henry de Bromhead for £370,000.
Warren Ewing's former charge led home a 1-2 in the opening race of the Cheltenham Festival for Irish Pointers.
Derry native Dara McGill registered his first point-to-point winner aboard the Warren Ewing trained Bold Reaction at Moira on Saturday.
Sam Ewing, the son of point-to-point handler Warren, got off the mark as a rider in a valuable Cork handicap.
The son of leading Antrim handler Warren Ewing twice finished placed in mounts for Ger Lyons on Tuesday afternoon.
42 point-to-point graduates are declared to run at day three of the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday.
18-year-old Conor Rabbitt steered home his first winner between-the-flags at Farmacaffley and he explains how he got started.
Warren Ewing's Tyrella winner, Only The Bold made £215,000 at last week's Tattersalls Cheltenham Sale.
O’Neill rattles off four-timer as Danjaman saunters home.
The Co. Meath native lost over four stone ahead of his comeback and reaped the rewards with an Oldtown double.
Holymacapony has a ‘brightfuture’ after storming home.
Ewing and Gainford make hay as Only The Bold shines.
Warren Ewing's former pointer took advantage of the late departure of another Irish Pointer to win the valuable Kempton prize.
Some star names feature among the 47 initial entries for the Handler's Charity race.
Colin McKeever's Fame And Glory gelding won the same maiden that Finians Oscar had done three years earlier.
The Killinick Harriers point to-point at Lingstown will play host to a charity race n aid of mental health and suicide awareness.
Brave Way builds on family legacy with debut maiden win.
Wide Receiver became the second most expensive point-to-point horse sold at auction on Thursday,
Loughanmore winner Battleoverdoyen led home a clean sweep of the placings for former Irish Pointers at Naas on Sunday.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
Jamie Codd reached a significant milestone in his career, when riding his 900th winner between the flags.
The Stonehall harriers were rewarded with an afternoon of sunshine on Saturday to finally stage their Moig South fixture at the third attempt
Conditions were very tough at Kirkistown on Saturday where Mark O'Hare enjoyed a double on the day.
The annual Punchestown point-to-point provided the setting for James Murphy's first career winner.
Warren Ewing continued his great run of success in the four-year-old maiden at Kirkistown with Bold Plan.
The Suirvale Harriers held their first meeting since April 2015 at their new track at Knockinroe just outside Templemore.