Declan McDonogh rides My Titania to win the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Fillies Maiden at Leopardstown last September. Photo: Getty Images

However trainer John Oxx happy with filly’s progress in advance of big Newmarket test

Jim Culloty’s barren run was ended when Spring Heeled, with Robbie McNamara on board, won the Kim Muir Challenge Cup at Cheltenham in March. Photograph: Getty Images.

Now that winning drought is over the options are there to keep trainer on his roll

Barry Geraghty riding Shutthefrontdoor 
celebrates winning the Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Sweet result for local pilot on Jonjo O’Neill-trained, JP McManus-owned favourite

Former champion jockey Barry Geraghty aboard Rebel Fitz on the way to victory in the Powers Gold Cup. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Nine-year-old Rebel Fitz improves to secure latest lucrative prize in career

Mouse Morris: Only six years since the trainer supplied the Irish Grand National winner Hear The Echo at 33/1. Photograph: Alan Betson

Mouse Morris-trained hope capable of victory at sizable price

Jacqueline O’Brien with  Vincent O’Brien and the then president Mrs Mary Robinson. Photograph: Alan Betson

For sustained mastery over decades the esteemed handler comes out well on top

The Tom Hogan-trained Gordon Lord Byron, who lines up for the Group One TJ Smith Stakes in Sydney this morning.

The Curragh trainer’s mother, Marguerite, sadly died yesterday, on the same day as Johnny Harrington

Yes Tom wins over hurdles at Fairyhouse last November and may bid for glory in Saturday’s Scottish Grand National at Ayr.

Co Antrim trainer is waiting on what Paul Nicholls decides to do with topweight Tidal Bay

David O’Meara:  trainer’s Custom Cut was third in Listed event last month. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Back-to-back wins for gelding would be racing first in Group Three renewal

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