Maxine O'Sullivan has been one of the leading lady riders on the point-to-point circuit for a number of years having ridden first winner at Knockanard in February 2008 aboard The Merry Mason, trained and owned by her father Eugene, who has been her biggest supporter throughout her career. Crowned Ladies Champion for the first time in 2010, when sharing the title with Liz Lalor, Maxine won the title outright in 2014 on a career best 13 winners, with Champion Pointer The Hollinwell providing her with five of those winners on her way to the title, before adding to her title haul in 2019.
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This years’ shortened point-to-point season saw reigning Ladies Champion Maxine O’Sullivan pick up her fifth Ladies Title.
Eugene and Maxine O'Sullivan were awarded the National Hunt Achievement prize following their Foxhunters success.
Last year's winner Colin Bowe is once again among the nominees in the point-to-point category.
It is a first Ladies title for Veterinary Surgeon Moira McElligott.
It Came To Pass won twice during the season including his big race success at the Cheltenham Festival.
Eugene O Sullivan chats to us about his Cheltenham winner last week, as well as his job as being a trainer, and his role at Dromahane point-to-point.
It was a day to cherish for the O'Sullivan family as Maxine and Eugene team up to claim 2020 Foxhunters.
It Came To Pass stormed home a 10-length winner for the father/daughter combination of the O'Sullivan team.
Gifted Coqolino justifies faith of connections.
Citizen makes it a day to remember for O’Sullivan team.
Eugene and Maxine O'Sullivan combined to win the Cork Hunters' Case with It Came To Pass on Sunday.
Queens Brook justifies faith with smooth maiden strike.
The awards, which will be presented early next month, draw on nominees from across the Irish racing industry.
The 40th Annual Irish Field Point-to-Point Awards took place on Saturday 8th June at the Hotel Minella, Co. Tipperary.
Maxine O’Sullivan rode her 50th winner between-the-flags last Sunday
The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
Maxine O'Sullivan seals the Ladies Champion Title with success in the penultimate race of the season.
Rob James was in double winning form on the final day of the popular end of season Kinsale fixture.
There was a popular father and son success for Pat and Jimmy O'Rourke with the promising Ask Me Early.
Barry O'Neill is now just two winners adrift of Derek O'Connor in the sourthern region following a treble at Ballindenisk.
Frilly Frock avenged her recent narrow defeat to kick-start a winning weekend for Colin Bowe at the Fermanagh course.
The Eugene O’Sullivan–trained It Came To Pass recorded his fourth success of the season when winning the Killarney Hunters Chase.
On The Fringe will look to go one better than his second in the 2017 renewal as he takes on It Came To Pass.
We take a look at the results of the Hunter Chase races and Point-To-Point Bumpers at Cork.
Declan Queally and Debbie Hartnett combined to sucess with Exit Eleven for Kilkenny handler Joe Walsh.
Derek O'Connor was witnessed to purposefully good effect when winning aboard the Liam Burke-owned/trained newcomer Exod'ela
There were over 70 people in attendance at the launch of the Stonehall Harriers which they held at the Longcourt Hotel in Newcastle West.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
The opening day Necarne on Friday saw Colin Bowe send out three winners to join Donnchadh Doyle at head of the trainer's table on 26 winners, whilst Rob James took the riding honours kicking home a treble.
The East Galway introduced their new course at Stowling to positive feedback from riders and handlers alike.
A red-letter day for Andrew Phelan
It was a good day for handler Aidan Fitzgerald who registered a double at the Duhallow Kanturks point-to-point fixture at Dromahane.
Maxine O'Sullivan clinched victory in the opening round of the 2017/18 ITM Ladies Series aboard Samanntom.
Colin Bowe, Heather Kiernan and Eugene O'Sullivan all continued their winning ways into Loughrea.