Patrick Mullins is the most successful Irish Qualified Rider, with his 546th winner at Sligo in July 2018 breaking the record previously held by Ted Walsh. The son of Champion Trainer Willie Mullins, Patrick is a multiple Champion Track Amateur with Grade 1 successes to his name, however he only recorded his first points winner at Ballyragget in March 2016 when guiding Neon Wolf to a maiden victory.
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Billaway followed up on his recent Cheltenham success when landing the Irish Daily Star Champion Hunters Chase in the hands of Patrick Mullins.
The Waterford Hunt Fundraiser Hunters Chase at Tramore on Monday evening was claimed Willie Mullins trained Good Bye Sam.
Last season's Champion Hunter Chase put up a dominant performance to win the Naas contest for a third year.
The news comes as Patrick Mullins reveals that he has elected not to taking out a profesional jockeys licence.
The Willie Mullins’ trained nine-year-old Billaway took the Naas Hunters Chase for the second year running.
The Willie Mullins trained Billaway justified favouritism when landing the Hunters Chase at Down Royal in the hands of Patrick Mullins.
The favourite had to settle for second behind It Came To Pass in the Christies Foxhunters.
Henry de Bromhead has another exiting prospect on his hands as the Turtulla maiden winner remains unbeaten.
The son of Well Chosen is set to contest in next week's Foxhunter Chase.
The 9/2 shot recorded an eight-length victory in the three-mile Hunter Chase contest held at Naas racecourse.
The pair will be joined by Billaway and Edwulf in the three-mile contest set to take place on Sunday.
Patrick Mullins has an update on the 2016 Cheltenham Festival winner and their other hunter chasers for the season.
The 2016 Festival winner will be joined by his new stablemate Le Mercurey having received a hunter certificate.
Mags and Patrick Mullins combined with the Tattersalls Farm third to get the better of Jack Thunder at Tipperary.
The maiden Hunters Chase at Downpatrick on Friday evening has attracted a field of seven.
We take a look at the declarations for the farmers hunt chase taking place at Punchestown tomorrow.
Pat Doyle's Oldtown maiden winner Slip Road will run in the LIsted Bumper at Limerick on Sunday.
The Philip Rowley-trained 11-year-old had started his life pointing in Cork with Patrick Moakley.
A number of riders were banned following the start, whilst John Barry receieved a seperate 12-day suspension.
The Henry De Bromhead-trained Minella Melody records an easy 12-length success in the Gowran Park Point-To-Point Bumper.