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A Dromahane winner for Sam Curling, Vanilier came ran out a wide-margin winner in a one-two for pointers.
Pa King teamed up with Sam Curling to good effect which sees the Tipperary native win the Southern title.
King reigns supreme in farewell to old course.
Chosen Port keeps the family in credit.
The seven-year-old won his fifth race on the bounce under a typically patient ride from Derek O'Connor.
Blue Sans proves better value than New Money.
Bowe’s Star Gate opens the way for James double.
Stellar result for Fogarty and Stennett as Magic casts a winning spell.
‘Niceprospect’ Reality Cheque cashes in for Doyle family after faultless display.
Longhouse Music and Some Are Lucky have both returned from a mid-season break and are being aimed at a spring campaign.
Irish point-to-point graduates record 13 victories across four UK point meetings last weekend.
The Tipperary-based handler also enjoyed his first ever treble at Aghabullogue on Sunday.
No distress for Damsel as King and Curling make hay.
Smart Shirocco provides O'Connor with Double.
Clondaw Secret outshines Gold to win on point debut.
Russellsway vindicates promise with maiden success.
Harding on the mark with Scene Not Herd in Turtulla success.
Joint-champion Longhouse's victory is music to Curling's ears.
The awards, which will be presented early next month, draw on nominees from across the Irish racing industry.
The 2019/20 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where Murphy got off the mark as Gale At Sea storms home to win her four-year-old maiden.
Over 100 people visited Sam Curling's Tipperary yard where Longhouse Music was one of the star attractions
Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin look set to renew rivalries, whilst former Irish Gold Cup winner Edwulf is set to enter the mix.
Jack O’Grady got off the mark at just the third time of asking at Ballingarry last Sunday and talks about how he got involved here.
Sam Curlings` charge set to collect both Champion Pointer and Champion mare award.
Maxine O'Sullivan seals the Ladies Champion Title with success in the penultimate race of the season.
Thirteen wins apiece for Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin sees them share the title as race goes down to the wire.
There was double delight for James Kenny at the Tipperary course, including a family success with Ya Boy Ya.
There was a popular father and son success for Pat and Jimmy O'Rourke with the promising Ask Me Early.
Askdaboss sprung a mils surprise when taking a division of the four-year-old maiden for former rider Shane Hassett.
Rob James was in treble winning form, whilst it was also a day to remember for Clare native Diarmuid Moloney.
Kruzhlinin won his second race of the weekend, whilst Longhous Music was among the winners at Loughrea.
Frilly Frock avenged her recent narrow defeat to kick-start a winning weekend for Colin Bowe at the Fermanagh course.
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.
Champion rider Barry O'Neill capped off a week which saw the arrival of his first son Billy by riding a treble.
It was a day to remember for Pa King when the former novice champion rode a first career treble.
Former rider Andrew Latta sent out Moonlit Wings to win the mares maiden in fine style.
Some Are Lucky became the latest horse to add his name to illustrious roll of honour that is the Barbour Cup.
Rob James and the Doyle brothers proved to be the combination to follow at Portrush on Saturday, as they left the popular Co. Derry venue with a treble.
Gabrielleamee ran out a 16-length, of the ITM, Kirbys Pharmacy & Pat Doyles Ladies Open in the hands of Sheila Ahern.
Colin Bowe-trained Papa Tango Charly impressed by posting a scintillating debut under Barry O'Neill in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden.
Pa King enjoyed a successful St. Patrick’s Day recording a double at Ballyragget when registering a double.
Barry O'Neill had a successful day at the Premier Hunts meeting at Turtulla on Sunday, when recording a double on the card.
The Patrick Turley-trained Power of Pause garnered all the plaudits following his impressive debut in the at Punchestown in the hands of Mark O'Hare.
Evan Dwan enjoyed a day to remember at Oldtown when riding his first double and bringing his season’s tally to four winners.
Sean O'Brien was all smiles following the success of newcomer Nell's Well in the Hurleys Supervalu Midleton five-year-old mares’ maiden.
Recent Yeats Tattersalls winner, Chantry House, commanded top-billing on a big night at the sales for point-to-pointers.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
Eleven-time champion rider Derek O’Connor was in treble-winning form at Lisronagh on Saturday.
Moig South played host to the second divide of the season, as 17 declaration for the four-year-old geldings’ maiden necessitated two divisions.
Maliboo provided a deserved local success, as the South Westmeath's celebrated 40 years of running a point-to-point at The Pigeons.
The Sam Curling-trained Longhouse Music picked-up where she had left off, by returning to the winners enclosure.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
The Ashleigh Murphy yard continued their recent good fortunes at Largy with the success of Wild Polly.
The Stonehall harriers were rewarded with an afternoon of sunshine on Saturday to finally stage their Moig South fixture at the third attempt
The rescheduled East Down Foxhounds meeting at Tyrella took place on Monday and Derek O’ Connor enjoyed a fruitful day kicking home two winners
On an afternoon that saw snow on the ground, Pat Doyle recorded his second success of the weekend in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden.
Roger Quinlan made a welcome return to action when recording a double at his local point-to-point track in Horse & Jockey.
Moskovite created a favourable impression in the Killeagh opener, but would later be disqualified.