Roger Quinlan is famed for having parternered many household names to success during the infancy of their careers. A brother of fellow riders Sean and Liam, Quinlan recorded his initial points victory at Punchestown aboard Five Rascals in February 2001. He also went on to guide two subsequent Irish Champion Hurdle winners to win four-year-old maiden winners, namely Petit Mouchoir at Kirkistown and Faugheen at Ballysteen. In September 2020, Quinlan announced his retirement from race-riding, with his last winner between the flags having come at Ballyragget in March on the final day of the season before the Covid-19 pandemic struck.
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Thurles native Roger Quinlan announced his retirement on social media earlier this week.
Whispers for Stafford as smart mare fulfils promise.
The opening contest of the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday sees a final entry of 22, containing multiple point-to-point graduates.
There were 14 graded-race winners in February, including four Grade 1 winners.
85-year-old Jim Barry won the four-year-old mares' maiden with Fantasia Storm, the only horse he has in training.
Donnchadh Doyle saddled a double at Fairyhouse including with the unlucky Ballyarthur faller Get In Robin.
Some Are Lucky became the latest horse to add his name to illustrious roll of honour that is the Barbour Cup.
Pa King enjoyed a successful St. Patrick’s Day recording a double at Ballyragget when registering a double.
Barry O’Neill continues to maintain his advantage at the head of the leading riders table, with a double on the day bringing his tally for the season to 29.
Declan Queally enjoyed a day to remember at Kilfeacle when not only training a double but also steering home three winners on the afternoon.
The Colin Motherway-trained Theflickeringlight impressed by making a victorious career debut at Aghabullogue under Luke Murphy.
Colin Bowe and Barry O'Neill continued their rich vein of form when landing the opening contest with Streets Of Fire.
Be One and Woodbrook Boy provided the Carlow handler with a double on Britain's richest points card.
Darragh Allen attained a notable milestone by partnering his 21st career winner, shedding his five pound claim in the process.
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.
Minella For Value continues his fantastic run of form.
Final Gift ensured that the Costello family were among the winners on a busy day at the popular Co. Clare fixture.
Roger Quinlan made a welcome return to action when recording a double at his local point-to-point track in Horse & Jockey.
On the same day that Faugheen made his return to race course, his former point-to-point handler, Andrew Slattery produced another eye-catching sort in Beakstown.