Fermoy native Shane Baragry is a son of a former rider Jerry, whom himself rode 99 winners, and he followed in his father’s footsteps with a first ride at Killeagh in 2016. It was his father who provided him with his first successes on back-to-back weekends 10-months later with Heez All Talk winning at Loughrea and Carry On Asian at Rathcannon. Fourth in the Novice Rider's table in 2017, he went one place better in 2018 in a season which saw him ride five winners, including a first double at Bartlemy in 2018 that featured DJ Sasha, the horse who had provided him with his first ever ride.
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Winning debutante Nada to Prada could prove a bargain.
Yousay it best keeps Codd in title hunt with game success
Declan Queally and Debbie Hartnett combined to sucess with Exit Eleven for Kilkenny handler Joe Walsh.
Little Token followed in the footsteps of her mother Special Token when winning a four-year-old maiden on debut.
The Paul Cashman-trained Silver Sheen stepped forwards from his sixth-placed debut effort at Aghabullogue three weeks earlier by narrowly coming out on top.
Maliboo provided a deserved local success, as the South Westmeath's celebrated 40 years of running a point-to-point at The Pigeons.
Following a first double of his career, Shane Baragry is the latest young rider to feature in our NextGen section.
Ask For Glory makes a big impression when taking the 4yo maiden.
James Walsh and Cormac Doyle combined to take the Tallow four-year-old maiden with Some Operator.
The Batt O’Connell-trained Truckin All Night, a former three-time track scorer, made a triumphant return to action by coming with a well-timed run under 19-year-old Shane Baragry.