Colin Keane

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Mitchell O’Gorman, chief executive of xWave Technologies: “XRefer was created to solve a number of problems and add real value to the referral process.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

As often as not, necessity is the mother of invention and the healthtech start-up xWave Technologies is a prime example of what happens when those mos(...)

Limerick hurling manager John Kiely is among the Manager of the Year nominees. File photograph: Inpho

RTÉ have announced their nominees for the 2020 Young Sportsperson of the Year and Manager of the Year awards. The Young Sportsperson of the Year nomi(...)

Aidan O’Brien and Ryan Moore at Longchamp. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Aidan O’Brien has said Ryan Moore will continue as his number one jockey next year. Persistent speculation about Moore’s position in the Coolmore-Ball(...)

The talented Tarnawa has won eight of her 14 career starts to date. File photograph: Getty

Dermot Weld has confirmed his Breeders’ Cup heroine Tarnawa will stay in training in 2021 with the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe among her likely targets.(...)

IHRB spokesman Niall Cronin said: “Such a number of breaches in one race is thankfully an isolated incident although not what you want to see.”  Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Racing’s regulator has described as “an isolated incident” the single race at Dundalk on Monday that saw five jockeys suspended for excessive use of t(...)

Tarnawa, ridden by Colin Keane, crosses the finish line to win the Breeders’ Cup Turf at Keenland in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo: Bobby Ellis/Getty Images

Colin Keane advertised his talents on the world stage in style at the Breeders’ Cup on Saturday night when Ireland’s champion jockey proved his intern(...)

Pierre-Charles Boudot, left in purple silks, rides Order of Australia to win the Breeders Cup Mile at Keeneland. Photograph: AP

Dermot Weld joined an exclusive club when Tarnawa swept to Breeders Cup glory in the $4 million Turf at Keeneland on Saturday night. On a programme w(...)

 Chris Hayes on Tarnawa at the Curragh Racecourse, Kildare, last year. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

A unique Irish flat season dominated by coronavirus winds up on Saturday with almost everyone’s attention elsewhere on the Breeders Cup. US racing’s(...)

Colin Keane on Pretty Boy Floyd holds off Gary Hallpin on Glow Worm to win the Equine Nutrition Handicap at the Curragh. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Colin Keane had a perfect end to a championship-winning season in Ireland when notching a century of winners in his final ride of the campaign at the (...)

Aidan O’Brien: experienced an unusually turbulent October. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Aidan O’Brien will hope Sunday’s Naas card, and the start of November, sets a successful tone for upcoming international action. The ante-post favou(...)

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