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Roll of Honour: 1992

Awards Venue
Minella Hotel, Clonmel
Champion Rider: E. Bolger (36 winners)
Champion Lady: Lillian Doyle
Champion Novice (Under 21): J. Lombard
Ulster Champion: P.F. Graffin
Munster Champion: E. Bolger
Leinster Champion: J.A. Berry
Connaught Champion: D.P. Costello, T.S. Costello, W. Ewing
Champion Senior (OVER 33): I. Buchanan
Personality of the Year: Donal Arnold
Leading Sire: Strong Gale


36    E.Bolger
33    D.P.Costello
26    A.J.Martin
25    J.A.Berry
21    P.F.Graffin
17    T.S.Costello   
15    I.Buchanan, P.Fenton,
13    W.Ewing, J.A.Flynn

12    J.Lombard, R.J.Patton
11    P.J.Healy
10    T.Lombard, M.Phillips
9    J.Codd, G.J.Harford, P.M.Kelly
7    P.Larkin
6    M.F.Barrett, J.Bright, S.R.Murphy, A.P.O’Brien, W.M.O’Sullivan
5    J.P.Berry, W.J.Gleeson, L.J.Gracey
4    J.F.Gleeson, D.Keane, G.Martin, B.Moran, O.McDonnell, P.J.Millington, D.G.Murphy, D.M.O’Brien,
3    A.R.Coonan, P.J.Crowley, F.J.Flood, B.R.Hamilton, R.Kehoe, N.C.Kelleher, C.Kinane, J.P.Moloney,
C.O’Brien, R.P.O’Keeffe, J.OShaughnessy, S.Smyth, J.P.Walsh
2    R.Arthur, P.Bohan, A.F.Brady, D.Christie, Lillian Doyle, D.E.Finn, R.Hurley, J.J.Lambe, L.Lennon,
D.Marnane, M.McNulty, G.Mulcaire, D.P.Murphy, S.O’Brien, J.G.O’Connell, M.O’Connor, W.T.O’Donnell,
1    C.Andrews, D.Atkinson, J.P.Brennan, D.K.Budds, J.Butler, L.Casey, L.Clear, P.Cloke, W.Codd, P.Cody,
F.Crowley, J.Cummins, J.P.Dempsey, J.Dineen, M.Donnelly, P.English, A.D.Evans, P.A.Farrell, N.D.Fehily,
G.P.Fitzgerald, Margaret Flynn, Linda Gough, W.S.Hayes, A.Hickey, G.Hogan, Carol Hyde, R.Jennings, P.Jones,
J.P.Kavanagh, J.Kelleher, M.Kelleher, P.G.Kelly, L.Keogh, P.Lambert, J.Leahy, C.Leavy, A.Lee, P.Lenihan,
A.Lillingston, M.Lonergan, D.W.McAuley, G.M.Cullough, C.J.McKee, W.J.McLernon, N.T.Meade, B.Morgan,
A.Murdoch, L.B.Murphy, M.A.Murphy, P.P.Murphy, T.J.Nagle, J.A.Nash, R.Neylon, V.P.O’Brien, L.O’Driscoll,
T.O’Mara, P.O’Reilly, J.Quinn, M.N.Reardon, P.T.Rothwell, S.Scallan, Natasha Swan, O.Tarrant, C.J.Taylor,
R.Thullier, M.Troy, D.Valentine, K.Whelan.
Some of the newcomers of note to the List(Riders who make their first appearance to the list. In most cases this is their first winners but not all)
D.K. Budds - (Cork conditional)
P. Cloke - (Wexfor Rider. Brother of Tom)
W. Codd - (Wexford amateur/trainer. Winner of Champion Hunter Chase 2003 on What Odds. Eastern
Champion 2002)
P. English - (Winner of a bumper on Danoli)
N.D. Fehily - (English Based professional Won 35 Pts)
Carol Hyde - (Daughter of Timmy, sister of T.P.Hyde, wife of Charlie Swan)
D. Marnane - (Former top track amateur Dermot Weld &Mick O’Toole)
W.J. McLernon - (Son of seven time champion and course inspector Bill McLernon)   
B. Moran - (Askeaton Amateur. Winne of a Balinrobe bumper on Dorans Pride)
P.P. Murphy - (Son of Ferdy)
S.R. Murphy - (Former leading park amateur)
T. O’Mara - (Fethard Trainer)
J.G. O’Connell - (Meath Amateur. Rider of Wilbar)
Natasha Swan - (Sister of top Irish rider Charlie Swan)
K. Whelan - (Waterford professional. Rode Cheltenham winner on Ferdy Murphy’s Stop The Waller as an


•    Enda Bolger topped the riders pile with 36 winners in ’92 in a good battle with Demot Costello who was only three behind on 33.
•     The Connaught title was divided three ways with brother Dermot and Tom Costello sharing it with Northern rider Warren Ewing.
•    Lillian Doyle took the ladies title for the first time with two winners
•    The personality of the year award went to Donal Arnold who has compiled endless information and statistics on the sport which have often been used to initiate discussions that have brought about changes for the better stemming from his work.
•    Of the youngster Elegant Lord stood out for Enda Bolger.
•    The five year olds included Deep Bramble and Front Line while Life Of A Lord was a late developing sort who headed the six year olds who were about to progress.
•    On a sadder note the 1992 season saw two tragedies. Ann O’Keeffe and Mossy O’Neill both lost their lives riding in the ’92 season which underlines the bravery of all those who compete in this amateur sport often for little more than the love of the game



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