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Point-to-Point Weekly: Episode 2

It was a quieter week within the four-year-old maiden age group with just one race to review in the latest edition of Point-to-Point Weekly in association with Irish Thoroughbred Marketing.

The Bray Harriers fixture at Tinahely played host to that sole four-year-old maiden of the weekend, and it was won by Bring The Action, providing Jamie Codd with a famous success, with the victory his 950th winner between the flags, and notably given the great strike rate the Wexford native has enjoyed at the Wicklow course, it was also his 75th winner there.

Owned and trained by Denis Murphy, the Jet Away gelding was a second winner of the month in the age group for the Ballyboy Stables operator.

You can view episode two below.

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