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Video Archives | Summerhill 2004

Over the coming weeks, we will be adding videos to some of the old point-to-point fixtures that we have on file.  The next year we are adding videos from is the 2004 season.

The Meath (F) & Tara (H) point-to-point fixture at Summerhill is the next meeting to be added to the archive section from 2004.

Below is a re-cap of what happened on the day.

Simon McGonagle was on the scoresheet early when taking the opening confined hunt race at Summerhill aboard Brookfield

Oran Climate and Colin Motherway took the opening division of the four-year-old winners of one contest in good fashion.

Division two of the four-year-old winners of one contest saw Kranji and Gordon Elliott come home in front when denying Letterman and Roger Quinlan by half and length.  Kranji was owned by Sir Anthony O’Reilly and went on to win under rules for Arthur Moore. 

Presenting Express just prevailed by a head to claim the opening division of the five-year-old geldings maiden with Tom Cullen in the saddle. 

Division two of the five-year-old geldings maiden produced an impressive winner in the form of Farmer Grant.  The son of Flemensfirth was guided to victory by Robert Widger. 

Letsmoveon followed up on recent victory when winning the winners of two contest in the hands of Chris Gordon. 

Brendan Shine and Denis Cullen were impressive winners of the open lightweight when running out a 20-length victory over Coonogue

The concluding race of the day, the mares winners of one was won in good style by Go On So in the hands of Jeremy Cash. 

To view the days results click here.

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