Eight months after making his competitive debut in the Amateur Derby at the Curragh, Dan Nevin, who has worked for Champion Trainer Willie Mullins, rode in his first point-to-point aboard Cheeky Rafeeky at Borris House in March 2019. Within a year of that initial outing between the flags, the Kilkenny native got off the mark when teaming up with Philip Rothwell's Lawlor's Choice - winning a mares' maiden at Tinahely in February 2020. 2021 proved notable for a number of reasons - in April he recorded his first track success when American trainer Keri Brion's Scorpion's Revenge won a Bumper, swiftly followed by a memorable victory in the Maryland Hunt Cup aboard Vintage Vinne for Joe Davis.
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The riders picked up their two-day suspension following the start of a maiden at the Co. Down venue in March.
18-year-old Dan Nevin steered home his first winner between-the-flags at Tinahely last Sunday and he explains how he got started.
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