Charity Gala Dinner Dance
Gala Dinner Dance
14th April 2013
Hotel Minella, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
In aid of Cancer Research & the Irish Injured Jockeys.
In Memory of the Late Martin Kinane.
Music is by the Paddies and tickets are €50 each.
Theresa Kinane 086 8291042
Four horses currently on four winners a piece for the Champion
A new format for the 2016 Goffs UK Spring
Horses-in-Training Sale at Doncaster...
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free Point-to-Point supplement in Wednesday's Racing Post.
Sixteen entries for the Downpatrick hunters
Chase including Quiet Account, already a four time winner this
The popular jockey went out on a high following a victory at
Dawstown on Monday
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El Grande ran out an easy six length winner of the Boylesports
Hunters Chase at Down Royal...
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Enda Bolger's charge completed his second successive clean sweep
of the big three Festival Hunter Chases.
Getabird made a winning debut on Saturday before being bought by
Harold Kirk for E200,000.
Conna rider Johnny Hurley recorded a double at the Doneraile
fixture in Dromahane.
Just Wait And See provided jockey William Gleeson with a first
After fabulous performances at Cheltenham and
Aintree, Douvan delighted his home crowd at the Punchestown
Getabird caught the attention of many
when winning a point-to-point at Largy topped the Goffs
The Mark Scallan-trained Brianstorm made a winning debut at the
well supported Meath & Tara meeting.
It has been an excellent week for Goffs at Punchestown so far
with Grade 1 winning graduates each day
Boulta Schooling All Weather Strip with one hurdle, three point
to point fences over two furlongs....
Habaroun provided Fiona Wentges with success in the adjacent
maiden at Stradbally
Sydney Paget provided Jamie Codd with the first part of a double
at Oldcastle on Sunday.
Follow the Moon provded Christopher Daniels with his inital
pointw winner in the winners contest at Loughrea
Champagne Fever's full brother made his racecourse debut a
winning one at Loughbrickland.
Sheneededtherun continued the good run of the Colin Bowe yard at
Ballyarthur, when taking the mares maiden.
Drawn N Drank repeated his victory of 12 months previous when he
took the open race in Knockanard.