Eoin O'Brien has finished both the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons within the top-10 riders on the sourthern circuit, a region he has featured regularly within since riding his first winner between the flags aboard Flash Bandito at Carrigtwohill in February 2007. A single-season career best of 15-winner was recorded in consecutive years in 2017 and 2018, whilst he has also recorded one of his biggest track winners to dates in a Listed Bumper at Navan in November 2017.
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Power puts Boher on track.
Stellar result for Fogarty and Stennett as Magic casts a winning spell.
Clondaw Secret outshines Gold to win on point debut.
Strengthofmind stepped up from his ninth on debut to win the four-year-old maiden by a length.
A number of riders were banned following the start, whilst John Barry receieved a seperate 12-day suspension.
The opening division of the five and six-year-old mares’ maiden saw the gambled on Arthur's Baby take victory for owner/handler Mark McNiff.
The Paul Cashman-trained Silver Sheen stepped forwards from his sixth-placed debut effort at Aghabullogue three weeks earlier by narrowly coming out on top.
Sean O'Brien was all smiles following the success of newcomer Nell's Well in the Hurleys Supervalu Midleton five-year-old mares’ maiden.
Colin Bowe and Barry O'Neill continued their rich vein of form when landing the opening contest with Streets Of Fire.
The 11-time champion rider Derek O'Connor, this country's winning most rider between the flags, recorded his 1200th Irish points success.
Minella Melody justified her lofty reputation by staying out stoutly to see off runner-up Old Dominion by 10 lengths.
Barry O’Neill made it a successful journey to the scenic west Cork coast when taking the opening contest.
Treble for Derek O’Connor
19-year-old Mike Sweeney from Cappoquin will forever treasure fond memories of this meeting as he rode his initial career winne.
Final Gift ensured that the Costello family were among the winners on a busy day at the popular Co. Clare fixture.
Donnchadh Doyle, who saddled an amazing seven winners across three meetings on Sunday, got his weekend off to the best possible start.
Fenno's Storm brought up a milestone 200th points winner in the career of rider Declan Queally at Bandon.
Duhallow Paddy proved to be a popular local winner during the 80th anniversary celebrations of the Kildorrery fixture.
Shadow Rider continued an excellent start to the spring 4yo campaign for Barry O'Neill, Colin Bowe & Walter Connors.
Moskovite created a favourable impression in the Killeagh opener, but would later be disqualified.
Pat Doyle lavished praise upon his Danny Kirwan following an emphatic debut success.
Track recruit Youcannotbeserious scared away the opposition in the first walkover since 1995.