Tom Feeney rode his first point-to-point winner on Gaeilgeoir at Dawstown on May 6th 2002 with his longevity ensuring few riders have been race-riding as long. Almost 16 years later to the date, Feeney reached his half-century milestone when steering John O'Callaghan's Tourard Ways to victory at Ballindenisk May 5th 2018, whilst his son Adam has also started riding in point-to-point's and the pair have ridden against each other in quite a novel occurence.
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Report | Lismore 08th March 2020
King reigns supreme in farewell to old course.
Report | Tallow 09th February 2020
Warrior’s run away win vindicates Collender’s faith.
Report | Lingstown 25th November 2018
Peter Flood has enjoyed a fantastic start to the season and Star Wizard brought his tally to six winners this term.
Report | Ballindenisk 5th May 18
19-year-old Mike Sweeney from Cappoquin will forever treasure fond memories of this meeting as he rode his initial career winne.
Report | Lismore 10th Mar 18
Donnchadh Doyle, who saddled an amazing seven winners across three meetings on Sunday, got his weekend off to the best possible start.
Report | Boulta 26th Nov 17
18-year-old Lorcan Kavanagh from Co Laois certainly had an afternoon to savour for he rode his very first winner aboard pointing debutante Sea Beat.
NEXT GEN: Adam Feeney
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.