Alan Harney

hometown

Kilmacow, Kilkenny

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087 3551076

In his role with Henry de Bromhead,  Alan Harney led up the Grade 1 Albert Bartlett Hurdle winner, Minella Indo, at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival a fortnight before he made his own debut in the saddle in the point-to-point fields when riding Arch Chancelor at Lisronagh. Donnchadh Doyle's Er Dancer supplied the Kilkenny native with his opening success when they won an open at Turtulla in November 2021.
 

2023/24Season
2
Winners
CareerTotal
7
Winners
Date
Course
Race type
Horse
Fin Pos
Distance
SP
Handler
Video
6yo+ Geldings Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
PU
4/1
play
4yo Maiden - Auction
4th
17½L
5/1
play
Open- Novice Riders
2nd
4L
9/4
play
Open- Novice Riders
1st
4L
4/1
play
Open- Novice Riders
3rd
3L
5/2JF
play
Winner Of Two - Novice Riders
PU
3/1F
play
6yo+ Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
3rd
12½L
5/2F
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
2nd
½L
5/2
play
5yo Geldings Maiden
PU
10/1
play
7yo+Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
5th
20L
4/1
play
6yo+ Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
4th
18L
7/1
play
6yo+ Geldings Maiden (Nov Rdrs)
2nd
¾L
9/4
play

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Kilkenny native Alan Harney partnered his first point-to-point winner when guiding the Donnchadh Doyle trained Er Dancer to victory at Turtulla on Sunday.