It was a family success that got Shane O'Rourke off the mark between the flags, with Ebony Thyne, a horse trained by his father Eamonn, that provided him with his maiden winner at Dungarvan in February 2009. Vincent Devereux has provided him with his greatest number of winners to date, whilst he has also ridden winners for the likes of Colin Bowe and James Doyle.
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It was a day to remember for Wexford native Shane O’Rourke who registered his 50th point-to-point winner aboard First Preference for trainer Vincent Devereux
The Lingstown winner bounced back to her best as she overcame early keeness to land the p2p.ie mares bumper.
Third time lucky for Hardy Bloke as Goff secures double.
Highly impressive Forge Hill sparks a double for Doyle.
Honest Exchange builds on promise to kickstart Codd treble
The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
Bobhopeornohope was a third four-year-old maiden winner of the season for Cormac Doyle.
Former rider Andrew Latta sent out Moonlit Wings to win the mares maiden in fine style.
Gabrielleamee ran out a 16-length, of the ITM, Kirbys Pharmacy & Pat Doyles Ladies Open in the hands of Sheila Ahern.
Peter Flood claimed the Kepak & Walsh Family four-year-old mares' maiden with Moore Clouds to continue his blossoming career as a handler.
Luke Murphy took center stage at Curraghmore with a first career three-timer.
On a day to remember for the Monbeg Syndicate, it was their Thatsy who initiated a two-timer for jockey James Walsh and local handler Donnachadh Doyle.
Duhallow Paddy proved to be a popular local winner during the 80th anniversary celebrations of the Kildorrery fixture.
One of the most convincing winners of the day was the Sean Doyle trained Know The Score who won the division one of the four-year-old-maiden