John Joseph Hanlon
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Hewick was one of a number of notable ex-pointing winners across the seven day Galway Summer Festival.
It was a career first for Adam Leahy at Moira on Saturday as he registered his first winner aboard Rewritetherules.
Tom Hamilton guided the seven-year-old to an eight-length success over the 2018 winner Alpha Male.
Hulabaloo raises a cheer as Woods notches first win.
Cheltenham on the cards for Rewritetherules after open strike.
Shark Hanlon's charge picked up his third win of the season at Tinahely on Sunday, just days after being purchased by Philip Reynolds.
Kopolov shows alot of potential for O’Dwyer.
Third time lucky for Hardy Bloke as Goff secures double.
A €3,000 bonus will once again be up for grabs for the winner of the Final at Ballynoe in the spring.
Shark Hanlon has entered White Guard at Toomebridge on the opening day of the new point-to-point season.
It was a day to remember for Wicklow rider Shane Fenelon who rode a career double at a low-key fixture.
Shane Fenelon rode a double at Stradbally last Saturday and talks about how it all came about here.
There are a number of Irish challengers amongst the entries for Stratford`s Hunter Chase evening.
The five-year-old outclassed his rivals to win for Tom Hamilton and Shark Hanlon at Tipperary.
Declarations are up for the Hunters Chase and the two p2p.ie sponsored bumpers at Tipperary on Thursday.
The John 'Shark' Hanlon trained Rewritetherules landed the Club Mixers Hunters Chase in the hands of Tom Hamilton.
The Tinahely maiden winner claimed this year's big-money GAIN Series Final at Ballynoe.
County Wexford rider Jimmy O'Rourke had a successful day at Borris House on Sunday when recording a double on the card.
Liz Lalor made a winning return to the saddle when taking the ladies open on what was her first ride back since having her daughter Alex.
Dime A Dozen gained an overdue success when taking the opening Weatherbys Ireland five and six-year-old mares’ maiden.
The Lemonfield scorer returned to the winner's enclosure for the second time over the Christmas period with her Listed success.
Be One and Woodbrook Boy provided the Carlow handler with a double on Britain's richest points card.
The five-year-old reversed the placings with fellow pointing graduate Lust For Glory to score at Newbury on Saturday.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
It was a red-letter-day for handler Ashleigh and owner Michael Murphy of Redbridge Stables, as the pair enjoyed a double on the day.
Eleven-time champion rider Derek O’Connor was in treble-winning form at Lisronagh on Saturday.
A red-letter day for Andrew Phelan
Jamie Codd was in double-winning form on a bitterly cold day for point-to-point followers at The Folly.