2018 may well have been Ben Harvey's first season point-to-pointing, with his father David's Art Lord at Aghabullogue his first mount in January 2018, however Harvey has featured on point-to-point cards in the past, winning a pony race alongside his younger brother Alex at Fairyhouse point in April 2016. The Dubliner, who is a nephew of well-known Bloodstock Agent Daithi Harvey, recorded his first succes between the flags aboard Cheeky Rafeeky for Eddie Power at Bellurgan Park in April 2019. Whilst the 2019/20 season has brought successes when teaming up with handlers such as Gordon Elliott and David Christie, and a first four-year-old winner the 15-length Turtulla victory of Bob Olinger in November 2019 en route to sharing that season's Under-21 title with Brian Lawless in a campaign which saw him record seven point winners, and his first track success when Space Cadet won the valuable Ulster National at Downpatrick in March 2020.
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The recent Down Royal scorer was left to return at his leisure at Downpatrick following the fall of the favourite Er Dancer.
The recent Down Royal winner became the latest horse to cross the Irish Sea and claim the John Corbet Cup.
The six-year-old justified his favourite's tag by winning Monday's Maiden Hunter Chase under Ben Harvey.
Ben Harvey delivered Some Neck to record the biggest success of his career in the Glenfarclass Cross Country.
It proved to be a breakthrough season for both Brian Lawless and Ben Harvey who are the latest recepients of this notable prize.
Power puts Boher on track.
Landmark for Codd as Action provides Murphy with double.
Ewing and Gainford make hay as Only The Bold shines.
Askthebosslady answers all the questions in emphatic fashion.
Harding on the mark with Scene Not Herd in Turtulla success.
Elliott’s Mala Beach proves different class on point debut.
Bowe and O’Neill dominate action with impressive treble.
Following his Castletown success, Ben Harvey stars in season three of the NextGen feature.
There was double delight for James Kenny at the Tipperary course, including a family success with Ya Boy Ya.
It was a day to remember for Wicklow rider Shane Fenelon who rode a career double at a low-key fixture.
Champion rider Barry O'Neill capped off a week which saw the arrival of his first son Billy by riding a treble.