The daughter of leading point-to-point handler Pat Doyle, Susie Doyle followed in the footsteps of her sister Shannie and brother Jack, the 2007 Champion Novice Rider, when she had her first ride in a point-to-point aboard the former Grade 1 winner Sir Des Champs at Quakerstown in April 2018. Her father’s Samanntom would not only provide her with a first success at Turtulla later that year, but she would also ride in the 2019 Cheltenham Foxhunters aboard the 11yo, and win a total five races together. That success ensured that she only missed out on a share of the Ladies title in the final race of the 2018/19 season, however she gained compensation when winning the Ladies title in 2022 after a career-best nine winners, the same year that she also enjoyed her first track success aboard her father's Knockanard Lady in a Punchestown Bumper.
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The Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Annual Point-to-point awards took place at Dunboyne Castle on Saturday 18th June after a long-awaited three-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 11-year-old is one of 60 horses to feature on the first list of hunter certs as the new season approaches.
Maxine O'Sullivan seals the Ladies Champion Title with success in the penultimate race of the season.
Hacksaw Ridge became the latest winner to be sent out by promising young Wexford handler Richard Black.
Barry O'Neill is now just two winners adrift of Derek O'Connor in the sourthern region following a treble at Ballindenisk.
Jamie Codd capped of a week which saw him enjoy Grade 1 success when riding a double at the Galway venue.
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.
The Philip Rowley-trained 11-year-old had started his life pointing in Cork with Patrick Moakley.
Susie Doyle looks set to have her first ride in the Cheltenham Foxhunters on Friday.
Gordon Elliott's Ucello Conti recorded his second victory within seven days following his last success with Barry O'Neill.
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.