John Barry recorded his 100th career success during the 2017/18 season and went on to have his best season to date, finishing on a total of 27 winners and finishing in the top 5 on the riders table for the first time. This coming a decade after his first winner between the flags in November 2007 at Dromahane aboard the Michael Hourigan-trained Some Craic. Under rules, John has recorded over 30 winners, the first of which came at Sligo in May 2010.
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Warrior’s run away win vindicates Collender’s faith.
Popular Conna rider John Barry reached the 150 milestone with victory in the open at Tallow on Sunday.
Bowe’s Star Gate opens the way for James double.
Gifted Coqolino justifies faith of connections.
Russellsway vindicates promise with maiden success.
Queens Brook justifies faith with smooth maiden strike.
Brave Way builds on family legacy with debut maiden win.
O’Neill on a mission to secure fourth rider title.
Edwulf was unsurprisingly the star attraction at Loughrea as he drew a strong crowd to the Co. Galway course
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.
Donnchadh Doyle continued his excellent season with four-year-old's when Fantasia Roque won at Bartlemy.
We take a look at the declarations for the farmers hunt chase taking place at Punchestown tomorrow.
Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.
The Finians Oscar connections of Murphy, Codd and Logan combined to produce the eye-catching Grangeclare Native.
Tiernan Roche recorded his fifth success of the season when steering Howya Hun to victory in the opening five-year-old mares’ maiden.
Peter Flood claimed the Kepak & Walsh Family four-year-old mares' maiden with Moore Clouds to continue his blossoming career as a handler.
John Nallen's Dromahane winner led home a one-two for Irish point-to-pointers at the Cheltenham Festival.
A number of riders were banned following the start, whilst John Barry receieved a seperate 12-day suspension.
Barry O'Neill had a successful day at the Premier Hunts meeting at Turtulla on Sunday, when recording a double on the card.
It was a very cold and wet day on Sunday when the Limerick Harriers held their first point-to-point meeting at their new track at Ballycahane.
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.
Pat Doyle has a great record around Belharbour and his Fado Des Brosses took the opening Costello Family four-year-old maiden in impressive fashion.
Pat Doyle seems to have a more than useful sort on his hands in newcomer Getaway Pat, who impressed by winning the 17-runner maiden.
Sean O'Brien was all smiles following the success of newcomer Nell's Well in the Hurleys Supervalu Midleton five-year-old mares’ maiden.
Glorious Galway take the Limerick Maiden Hunters Chase under Johnny Barry.
There was a one-two for former Pat Doyle point-to-point winners in the Supreme Novice Trial at Ascot on Friday.
Minella Melody justified her lofty reputation by staying out stoutly to see off runner-up Old Dominion by 10 lengths.
Minella For Value continues his fantastic run of form.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
Runaway winner Honeysuckle ensured the long journey to Cork proved worthwhile for Jerry Cosgrave & Mark O'Hare.
Watyawaitingfor provided local owner Robert Armstrong and the BBC Home Ground team with plenty to celebrate.
Pat Doyle continued the scintilating form of his 4yo runners with a rare venture north of the border to Moira.
Luke Murphy took center stage at Curraghmore with a first career three-timer.
On a typically high class card at Inch, Aidan Fitzgerald's Deja Vue stood out as a smart recruit.
The Stonehall harriers were rewarded with an afternoon of sunshine on Saturday to finally stage their Moig South fixture at the third attempt
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.
There was a most unusual occurrence in the Goffs UK Aintree Sale four-year-old maiden as the Pat Doyle-trained winner Axiomatic.
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.
Reigning Champion Under-21's rider, Shane Fitzgerald, was in double-winning form at Cragmore.
Dlauro and Envious Editor were some of the eye-catching winners on a high class day's racing in the burren.
The 12-runner Hurleys SuperValu, Midleton four-year-old mares’ maiden developed into a truly dramatic race.
On the same day that Faugheen made his return to race course, his former point-to-point handler, Andrew Slattery produced another eye-catching sort in Beakstown.
It was a good day for handler Aidan Fitzgerald who registered a double at the Duhallow Kanturks point-to-point fixture at Dromahane.
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.