Luke Murphy rode his first winner aboard his parents Bloodstream at Boulta on New Year's Day 2017. Murphy's parents John and Miriam have the claim of having bred the globe-trotting Galway Hurdle victor Clondaw Warrior and regular consignors of young horses from their Corecannon House operation. The 2017/18 season saw Murphy record a first treble at Curraghmore in April 2018, whilst a year later he broke into the top-5 nationally with 21 winners.
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A third double on successive weekends for jockey Luke Murphy saw the 24-year-old ride his 50th winner between the flags.
The Kilcock handler took advantage of the Hunter Chase licence which allowed him to run the mare on Easter Monday.
The riders picked up their two-day suspension following the start of a maiden at the Co. Down venue in March.
Murphy back in front with Greenrock Abbey.
Fuego De L’Abbaye shows promise to get Murphy off the mark for the season
Jamie Codd dominated at Loughanmore with a treble on the replacement fixture for the cancelled Easter meeting.
Declarations are up for the Hunters Chase and the two p2p.ie sponsored bumpers at Tipperary on Thursday.
On a day of drama it was Wrong Direction who scooped a big pot for the Spillane family.
A big crowd were on hand in Co. Clare to witness rising stars Peter Flood and Luke Murphy enjoy success.
We take a look at the results of the Hunter Chase races and Point-To-Point Bumpers at Cork.
Luke Murphy and Denis Murphy continued what was a winning weekend for the pair with a double on the card.
Direct Fire became Brian Hamilton's first winner in the Gigginstown House Stud colours.
Tiernan Roche recorded his fifth success of the season when steering Howya Hun to victory in the opening five-year-old mares’ maiden.
Derek O'Connor was witnessed to purposefully good effect when winning aboard the Liam Burke-owned/trained newcomer Exod'ela
Liz Lalor made a winning return to the saddle when taking the ladies open on what was her first ride back since having her daughter Alex.
Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle sent out Deploy The Getaway to triumph in the competitive 12-runner Tinnakill House four-year-old maiden.
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.
The Colin Motherway-trained Theflickeringlight impressed by making a victorious career debut at Aghabullogue under Luke Murphy.
The red-hot form of the Ellen Doyle yard continued on Sunday, as she registering an across the card double.
Peter Flood has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and Star Wizard brought his tally to six winners this term.
For the second year in succession, leading mare Sliabh Mhuire Lass was turned over at short odds in the A One Tyres mares’ open.
Ask For Glory makes a big impression when taking the 4yo maiden.
The remarkable Sydney Paget notched-up a seventh successive victory in the day's feature.
Local rider Rob James was in treble winning form at the rescheduled Courtown fixture.
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.
As part of a new feature on P2P.ie we will be getting to know some of the next generation of point-to-point riders.
The Wicklow Foxhounds returned to point-to-pointing when holding a fixture at Tinahely in November.