James Hannon has been riding on the point-to-point circuit since 2000, with his first success coming in October 2003 at Ballindenisk aboard Farasani. The 2022 season saw him win his first title when sharing the southern award with Barry O'Neill with a personal best of 20 winners, a season which also saw him record his first treble which was achieved at his local fixture in Tallow. Hannon's family stand Grand National sire Cloudings at their Old Road Stud in Waterford.
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The Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Annual Point-to-point awards took place at Dunboyne Castle on Saturday 18th June after a long-awaited three-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Popular rider James Hannon rode his 100th winner between the flags with success in the Dromahane opener.
Power puts Boher on track.
Blue Sans proves better value than New Money.
The Co. Cork handler won the four-year-old maiden at Knockanard on Sunday
Tallow For Coal pours on power for Hannon.
No distress for Damsel as King and Curling make hay.
Harding on the mark with Scene Not Herd in Turtulla success.
Queens Brook justifies faith with smooth maiden strike.
The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
There was double delight for James Kenny at the Tipperary course, including a family success with Ya Boy Ya.
Hacksaw Ridge became the latest winner to be sent out by promising young Wexford handler Richard Black.
Bobhopeornohope was a third four-year-old maiden winner of the season for Cormac Doyle.
Clare handler Joe Ryan seems to have another smart on his hands in the form of debut winner Adrimel.
Derek O'Connor was witnessed to purposefully good effect when winning aboard the Liam Burke-owned/trained newcomer Exod'ela
Wexford handler Donnchadh Doyle sent out Deploy The Getaway to triumph in the competitive 12-runner Tinnakill House four-year-old maiden.
Pat Doyle has a great record around Belharbour and his Fado Des Brosses took the opening Costello Family four-year-old maiden in impressive fashion.
Colin Bowe and Barry O'Neill continued their rich vein of form when landing the opening contest with Streets Of Fire.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
The East Galway introduced their new course at Stowling to positive feedback from riders and handlers alike.
Runaway winner Honeysuckle ensured the long journey to Cork proved worthwhile for Jerry Cosgrave & Mark O'Hare.
On a typically high class card at Inch, Aidan Fitzgerald's Deja Vue stood out as a smart recruit.
Fenno's Storm brought up a milestone 200th points winner in the career of rider Declan Queally at Bandon.
Shadow Rider continued an excellent start to the spring 4yo campaign for Barry O'Neill, Colin Bowe & Walter Connors.
James Walsh and Cormac Doyle combined to take the Tallow four-year-old maiden with Some Operator.
There were New Year's Eve celebrations for rider James Hannon after he secured a Templencarriga double.
The 12-runner Hurleys SuperValu, Midleton four-year-old mares’ maiden developed into a truly dramatic race.
The Batt O’Connell-trained Truckin All Night, a former three-time track scorer, made a triumphant return to action by coming with a well-timed run under 19-year-old Shane Baragry.