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The favourite Jamsie Hall unships his rider Davy Condon at the seventh at Kilbeggan on Saturday evening when leading. Thankfully both horse and rider escaped unscathed.
Your Ma & Joe Doyle come home easy winners of the Dingle Derby at the Pony Races there yesterday.
Owner and trainer of Your Ma, Gary Boyle is carried shoulder high by delighted supporters.
Nodelay flies over the last under Andrew McNamara on his way to victory in the opener at Downpatrick yesterday, the first leg of a double for his trainer Colin McBratney.
Deacon Blues came home a very easy winner under Johnny Murtagh in the Group 3, Phoenix Sprint at the Curragh yesterday.
Strait Of Zanzibar with winning rider Shane Foley, trainer Ken Condon (far right) and winning connections after he won the Listed Coolmore Hurricane Run Stakes at Tipperary on Friday.
Rattan & Paul Townend get the better of Heavenly Bound in front of a good crowd at Sligo on Thursday evening. The win was the middle leg of a treble for Willie Mullins.
Three in a line at Sligo on Wednesday but it's Regresa A Mi (centre) who comes through to score under Ronan Whelan from Donatis Comet (left) & Melodie D'Amour.
Roley put in a brilliant jumping performance under Tim Carroll to score at Roscommon on Tuesday evening, the first leg of a double for his trainer Andy Lynch.
Ahorsecalledmolly completed the double for Andy Lynch (left) in the next race and he is pictured here jockey Robbie Colgan and Andy's grandson Lee Lynch.