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19 year old Shane Crimin poses with his first ever winner Aon Sceal with trainer Oliver McKiernan at Wexford on Saturday afternoon.
Don't Stop Me Now and Ken Whelan came home very easy winners at Wexford on Saturday with The Baler (noseband) back in second and Fine Call in third.
Johnny Murtagh talks to the owners Vincent & Geraldine Gaul along with trainer Ger Lyons after he steered Trans City to victory at Down Royal.
Joseph O'Brien pushes out Six Silver Lane to score at Wexford on Friday evening from Grainne Whale (on the rails) back in second with Ajiaal (black) in third.
Tight finish to the opener at Down Royal on Friday evening with Liberty Island & Ross Coakley just getting the better of Queen Grace (centre) & Galdolfini (on rails)
Johnny Murtagh & Remember Alexander are led in to the parade ring after she lost her maiden tag in style in the Group 3, Tyros Stakes at Leopardstown on Thursday evening.
Trainer Paul Gilligan and his wife Natalie with their children after Serve Time took the feature at Limerick on Thursday evening. Winning rider Barry Geraghty is also pictured.
Katla (red sleeves) out battles Empowering on the rail and holds off the late challenge of Alanza (green) to take the feature race at Naas on Wednesday evening, the Listed Sweet Mimosa Stakes.
Jockey Tony Kelly and trainer Michael Flannery are all smiles after they combined to score with Bean Chroi Bhristie at Ballinrobe on Tuesday evening.
Eventual winner Seader (red) and runner-up Minella King clear the last together at Ballinrobe on Tuesday last.