Tiernan Power Roche
Tiernan Power made his debut at the tail end of the 2015 season, and was off the mark the following year, when partnering Paul Kiely's Cider Hall at Kinsale in June 2016. Having started riding with the Killinick Pony Club, Power has added a first track success at Listowel in June 2018 when teaming-up with the Gordon Doyle-trained Trans Wood. The success of Undersupervision in a 4YO Maiden at Loughanmore in October 2020, saw Power ride out his claim as he has ridden notably for the likes of Harley Dunne and Cormac Doyle, notably excelling in British points on a short spell across the Irish Sea during the 2021 Covid interruption to the domestic Irish campaign. In April 2022, he recorded his biggest success when steering Ballyboker Bridge to win the La Touche Cup at the Punchestown Festival.
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The seven-year-old could now be targetted at next year's Cheltenham Festival after his 11-length victory at the Kerry venue.
Denis Murphy sent out the daughter of Yeats to win the Ladies Cup at the Punchestown Festival under Tiernan Power.
The eight-year-old followed-up a much-improved effort at Borris House recently to win under Wexford rider Tiernan Power.
The Wexford rider has taken full advantage of point-to-point racing returning in Britain with success on Tuesday at Glouchester.
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Colin Bowe saddled his fourth success of the season in this age division when Linelee King ran out an impressive eight-length winner.
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Moig South played host to the second divide of the season, as 17 declaration for the four-year-old geldings’ maiden necessitated two divisions.
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