Frank Berry

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Now in its 62nd year, the Cork Film Festival runs from November 10th to 19th

There may be some two months to go until Christmas, but when the Cork Film Festival opens in three weeks’ time “The Man Who Invented Christmas” will k(...)

Dafhyd Flynn in Michael Inside, the best new Irish film at the Galway Film Fleadh

There was a time when you could take the temperature of the nation by glancing at the tight handful of Irish features premiering at the Galway Film Fl(...)

Tommy Carberry with Bobbyjo. From his small stables near Ratoath, Co Meath, Carberry produced Bobbyjo to win the Aintree Grand National in 1999. Photograph: INPHO/Lorraine O’Sullivan

Tommy Carberry, who died on July 12th aged 75, is acknowledged as one of the outstanding National Hunt jockeys in Irish racing history. Yet his exploi(...)

Former jockey and trainer Tommy Carberry who passed away on Wednesday was a Champion jockey four times between 1973-76, winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup on three occasions. Photograph: Tom Honan/Inpho

Tommy Carberry, one of the most decorated jockeys in Irish racing history, and who both rode and trained winners of the Aintree Grand National, died o(...)

 Gordon Elliot could have up to four runners at Aintree on Saturday. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

Gordon Elliott and Willie Mullins laid the foundations of a record-breaking Cheltenham festival and the great rivals will again carry the bulk of Iris(...)

Foxrock with Katie Walsh on board wins the Hunters Steeplechase at Leopardstown in February. The Ted Walsh-trained nine-year-old will not feature in the English Grand National. Photograph: Inpho

Foxrock appears increasingly likely to sidestep the Randox Health Grand National in favour of a tilt at the Irish equivalent at Fairyhouse – despite b(...)

JP McManus’s racing manager Frank Berry. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Ask any trainer about what the future holds for a JP McManus-owned horse and the response is almost invariably the same –“Talk to Frank.” It doesn’t m(...)

Jockey Mark Walsh has landed some top mounts for Cheltenham due to the injury suffered by Barry Geraghty. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Barry Geraghty’s injury misfortune has turned into Mark Walsh’s opportunity and the Co Kildare jockey can look forward to an enviable book of Cheltenh(...)

Barry Geraghty kneels on the ground after his fall from  Charli Parcs  at  Kempton Park on Saturday. The Irish jockey has been ruled out of the Cheltenham Festival.  Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

News that Barry Geraghty will miss this year’s Cheltenham Festival leaves the JP McManus team with a logistical headache in terms of who will replace (...)

Carlingford Lough and Mark Walsh wining the 2016 Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown. The JP McManus-owned star is bidding to become just the third horse ever to win the race for a third year in a row. Photograph: Inpho

Implications for the upcoming Cheltenham festival are never far away from minds when it comes to this Sunday’s €500,000 Leopardstown card, but for Ca(...)

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