Tipperary native Evan Dwan made his point-to-point debut at Lisronagh in November 2014 and opened his account the following the season when winning aboard the Pat Doyle-trained Amber Gambler at Bellharbour in February 2016 which kickstarted a good partnership between the pair. Doyle was also responsible for providing Dwan with his first winner under rules, when Mossback won a Limerick Bumper two months later for the then Leaving Cert student. It was also aboard the Suir View Stables innmates, Slip Road and Myrons, that Dwan rode his first four-year-old and Hunter Chase winners, at Oldtown in February 2019 and Tramore three months later.
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Dwan and Doyle combine with Myrons at Tramore
The Turtulla winner could now be set to be offered for sale following his Hunter Chase victory for Evan Dwan & Pat Doyle.
Report | Ballysteen 14th April 19
Derek O'Connor continued his successful partnership with Kilkenny handler Ellmarie Holden as they combined with Calthor.
Next Generation | Handler - Eddie Power
Eddie Power has enjoyed a dream start to his training career and the former jockey explains how it all came about here.
Next Generation | Rider - Evan Dwan
21-year-old Evan Dwan rode his second winner of the season at Ballinaboola last Sunday and the Tipperary native talks us through his career to date here.
Report | Ballinaboola 3rd February 2019
Barry O’Neill extending his advantage at the top of the riders table, riding a double on the day at Ballinaboola which was initiated by Telmesomethinggirl.
Report | Turtulla 18th November 2018
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.