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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The Turtulla winner could now be set to be offered for sale following his Hunter Chase victory for Evan Dwan & Pat Doyle.
Derek O'Connor continued his successful partnership with Kilkenny handler Ellmarie Holden as they combined with Calthor.
Eddie Power has enjoyed a dream start to his training career and the former jockey explains how it all came about here.
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.
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.
In the opening Tattersalls Cheltenham & Ascot Sales four-year-old maiden newcomer Shan Blue created a hugely-favourable impression.