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Jockey Pa Murphy, trainer Shane Broderick and owner Barry Connell are all smiles after their horse Black Benny won the bumper at Galway yesterday afternoon.
Bible Belt is a filly on the up, winning for the third time in a row at the Curragh yesterday under Fran Berry in the Group 3 Dance Design Stakes.
Who's Watching Who & Conor Orr come home easy winners at the Pony Races in Manorcunningham, Co Donegal on Saturday.
Paul Lecky gives a thumbs up to the camera after he scored on his own horse My Elusive Dream at Manorcunningham, following up on his win over the course last weekend.
Paul Lecky (yellow & white) doubles up aboard Torres just getting the better of Megan Carberry on Carlos Santana.
A very sweaty Rebel Fitz is about to be overtaken by Earls Quarter (purple & white) on the outside in the Novice Hurdle at Galway on Saturday.
Father & son, Pat & Tony Kelly are all smiles after they won the last race of the Killarney Festival on Friday with their horse Markey Cee.
Newly weds Thomas & Heidi Gibney had even more reason to celebrate at Down Royal on Friday after their horse Between Me And You won. Also pictured are the couples two children Katie & Rosie.
Memories Of Milan crashes out at the last as Alderwood goes on to score for the third time at Killarney this year on Thursday last.
How close! Crimson Sunrise & Leigh Roche nearest the camera get up on the line to beat Secretary Of State (far side) and Money Spider (centre) back in third in Killarney on Tuesday last.