Mary E. Doyle
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The Mean Queen registered her second Grade 1 victory when landing the Grade 1 Lonesome Hurdle at Belmont Park on Thursday.
The Doyen mare enjoyed her high-profile success just ten months after winning her maiden at Loughanmore.
Colin Bowe's former pointer was ridden to success by Dan Devin, whilst Do The Floss added further success as the American season steps up a gear.
It was a day to remember for Co. Down native Toni Quail who partnered her first winner between the flags at Loughanmore on Saturday
The first two horses home in the valuable contest had both contested four-year-old maidens last season for handler Ellen Doyle.
Galway Kid and Zoom Zoom Zoe were in the winner's enclosure at the Middleburg Spring Races.
Zoom Zoom Zoe will give an early glimpse of this year's spring form when she makes her American debut on Saturday.
Donnchadh Doyle's charge was one of nine horses to realise six-figure prices on the evening.
Power puts Boher on track.
The Enniscorthy man returned to the winners enclosure on Sunday at Borris following a stint in America.
Sky is the limit for Amarillo after gritty debut success.
The four-year-old completed a rather unique double for Ellen Doyle and David Pipe in back to back years.
The Milestone Stables operator is off to a flying start, with notable strike rates for Ellen Doyle and David Christie.
Eugene O'Sullivan, Ellen Doyle, Turlough O'Connor and Cormac Doyle are responsible for the ten Irish entries.
Jerminnie Green propels James to third in the jockeys’ table.
Askthebosslady answers all the questions in emphatic fashion.
20-year-old Jack Foley steered home his first winner between-the-flags at Lingstown last Sunday and he explains how he got started.
Citizen makes it a day to remember for O’Sullivan team.
Russellsway vindicates promise with maiden success.
Joint-champion Longhouse's victory is music to Curling's ears.
Fuego De L’Abbaye shows promise to get Murphy off the mark for the season
Two of the star four-year-old's from last season are set to take each other on on their respective Rules debuts.
Colin Bowe once again signed for the most expensive horse bound for the pointing fields on day two at Goffs.
The Monbeg team parted with almost one million euro as they bought 22 horses on a day of big prices.
Donnchadh Doyle's Bartlemy four-year-old winner claimed top billing as over 120 Irish Pointers were offered for sale.
On a day of drama it was Wrong Direction who scooped a big pot for the Spillane family.
James Doyle's debut Monksgrange four-year-old victor extended his unbeaten run to three at Ascot on Friday.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
It was a red-letter-day for novice rider Jack Hendrick who partnered his first career success aboard Would You Bypass.
A total of nine Irish Pointers realised six figure sums in the Cheltenham sales ring on Friday evening.
The Goffs UK Autumn Sale at Doncaster concluded today with the second and final session offering 188 HIT & Pointers.
The County Wexford rider opened his account between-the-flags at Loughrea last Sunday, aboard Unexpected Depth in the 4yo maiden.