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Barry Brogan

BARRY BROGAN was one of the finest jockeys of his generation. A leading amateur rider in his native Ireland, he made his name in Britain with trainer Ken Oliver in Scotland, riding prolific winners Billy Bow, Even Keel, The Spaniard and Drumikill, the last-named finishing runner- up to the great Persian War in the Champion Hurdle in 1969. The previous year, Brogan had ridden Moidore`s Token to finish second to Red Alligator in the Grand National.

Brogan`s best seasons were 1970/71, when he was nearly champion jockey, finishing only nine winners behind Graham Thorner, and 1971/72, when he won 70 races in his first season as Fulke Walwyn`s stable jockey in Lambourn.

For Walwyn, he had his most notable success on The Dikler in the King George VI Chase, and was placed on the same horse in the 1971 and 1972 Cheltenham Gold Cups. But when The Dikler won the 1973 Gold Cup under Ron Barry, Brogan, then in the grip of alcoholism, was reported to be drying out in a Dublin clinic.

He surrendered his licence to ride and, despite returning midway through the following season, struggled to rebuild his career. His final winner came in the spring of 1977.

His subsequent travails and misdemeanours were recounted in gory detail in his autobiography The Barry Brogan Story, written with the News Of The World`s Brian Radford and published in 1981. There, among other things, he admitted to accepting payments for tips, taking money to fix races, begging, alcoholism and compulsive gambling.

However, Brogan`s fall from grace was public knowledge long before then. In 1978, at Gloucester Crown Court, he was given an 18-month jail sentence, suspended for two years, after admitting dishonestly obtaining more than pounds 5,000 from the Weatherbys accounts of leading jump jockeys Tommy Stack and Jimmy Bourke.

The court was told that, though Brogan was staying with Terry Biddlecombe, he was unemployed and homeless, and that his career had failed due to his drinking. Later, because the offences were racing-related, he was warned off by the Jockey Club for three years.

Worse was to come. His suspended jail sentence was activated when he got into further trouble in Edinburgh. On that occasion he was sent to prison for three months after admitting taking pounds 2,000 from a car he later reported stolen. He had lost the money in a Ladbrokes betting shop.

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Irish national jockey Barry Brogan, race results and info

Barry Brogan Horses

The Dikler
The Dikler winner of the 1973 Cheltenham Gold Cup, ridden by jockey Ron Barry and trained by Fulke Walwyn on behalf of owner Peggy August

Barry Brogan Competition Results

01 - Kempton Park, King George VI Chase Cup - 26/12/1971 - The Dikler
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Barry Geraghty

Barry Geraghty is the one leading jockeys to come out of Ireland in the last decade. Barry Geraghty became the Irish Jump Jockey winner in 2000 just 3 years after riding his very first winner on Noel Meade trained Stagalier at Down Royal in January 2007. Barry Geraghty has an achieved outstanding success as a professional jockey, having won some of the most prolific races including the Grand National, Cheltenham Gold Cup and The Queen Mother Champion Chase.

27-year old jockey Barry Geraghty rode his first winner on the Noel Meade-trained Stagalier at Down Royal back in January 1997 and his progress since then has been nothing short of remarkable. He has been crowned Champion Jockey on two occasions inIreland, in 1999-2000 and 2003-2004. He was leading rider at the 2003 Cheltenham Festival with five winners and has already recorded 12 wins at the meeting having ridden his first one there in 2002. In total he has ridden just over 800 winners. Geraghty was attached to the Noel Meade yard in the early stages of his career and it was Meade that provided him with his first taste of big race glory when he rode Cockney Lad to win both the Lismullen Hurdle and the Morgiana Hurdle in the space of a fortnight in November 1997. Later that season Geraghty gained valuable exposure inEngland when riding the Jessie Harrington-trained Miss Orchestra to win the Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter.

He had what was undoubtedly the biggest day of his young career when completing a hugely significant double at Fairyhouse in November 1999 in winning the Grade 1 Drinmore Novice Chase on Alexander Banquet and followed up that win an hour later in the Grade 1 Royal Bond Novice Hurdle on Moscow Flyer. Those performances predictably resulted in him becoming very much an in-demand jockey, so much so that he went on to win the Champion Jockey honours that same season. Moscow Flyer is a horse that Geraghty has a lot to thank for as during the course of the career of Jessie Harrington’s stable star, he consistently kept Geraghty in the headlines. During 2000/01 he won the Morgiana Hurdle, the December Festival Hurdle and the Shell Champion Hurdle. However it wasn’t until he went over fences the following season that he confirmed himself as one of the most talented horse of the last decade. In the mean time, Geraghty continued to ride big race winners with one of the highlights coming when he partnered the Francis Crowley-trained Sackville to win the Grade 1 Sefton Novice Hurdle at Aintree. Having ridden Moscow Flyer to victory in a beginner chase at Down Royal in November 2001, the pair moved up the novice chasing ranks in relentless fashion, winning the Grade 3 Craddockstown Novice Chase, the Grade 1 Denny Gold Medal Novice Chase, the Grade 1 Arkle Trophy at the Cheltenham Festival and the Grade 1 Swordlestown Cup Novice Chase at the Punchestown Festival. Following such a successful season, hopes were high that Moscow Flyer would go on to prove himself a top class two mile chaser during the 2002/03 season, and he did not disappoint. Geraghty’s season was rounded off in fine style with wins in both the Martell Cup at Aintree and the Heinekan Gold Cup at Punchestown on the hugely popular Florida Pearl. Having won three out of his four starts during 2002/03, Moscow Flyer went to Cheltenham as one of the Irish bankers in the Queen Mother Champion Chase and under a no-nonsense Geraghty ride, he easily prevailed by seven lengths. That win was the highlight of a remarkable 2003 Cheltenham Festival for Geraghty as he won no less than five races, easily winning the leading rider title for the week. What was an unbelievable few months for Geraghty was further enhanced by an easy victory in the most famous steeplechase of them all, the Aintree Grand National, on the Jimmy Mangan-trained Monty’s Pass. In recognition of his amazing year, Geraghty was voted as ‘Sports Personality Of The Year’ later that season for his wonderful victories, the first time that this prize had been won by anyone in the racing industry.

The 2003/04 season saw Moscow Flyer achieve further success under Geraghty, winning a memorable renewal of the Grade 1 Tingle Creek Chase as well as two Graded races inIreland before heading to the Cheltenham Festival to defend his Champion Chase crown. Unfortunately, Moscow Flyer unseated Geraghty at the fourth last on that occasion, but they gained some compensation when winning the Melling Chase at Aintree and the Betdaq.com Champion Chase at Punchestown. It was during that season that the Tom Taaffe-trained Kicking King emerged as a potential star in the making. Geraghty had ridden him to win a Grade 2 novice hurdle in 2003 but having gone over fences, he improved into a top class performer. Geraghty partnered him to victory in the Grade 1 Irish Arkle before finishing second in both the Arkle Trophy at the Cheltenham Festival and the Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse. But it wasn’t until he stepped up in trip the following season that he truly fulfilled his potential. Geraghty and Kicking King wasted no time in making an impact in 2004/05, winning two of his first three starts before surviving a monumental final fence blunder to win a memorable renewal of the King George at Kempton. The pair next appeared at the Cheltenham Festival in the Gold Cup and under a vintage Geraghty ride, Kicking King powered up the hill to prevail by five lengths. The pair supplemented that win with a facile win in the Guinness Gold Cup at the Punchestown Festival. Meanwhile Moscow Flyer was continuing to dominate the two mile chase scene, winning the Tingle Creek again as well as two Graded races inIreland before heading back toCheltenham to attempt to regain his crown. This time it was Azertyuiop’s turn to make a vital jumping error which left Well Chief and Moscow Flyer to fight out the finish with Geraghty’s mount running out the two length victor. That win was followed by an imperious performance in the Melling Chase at Aintree but amazingly, that would be the last time the great horse would enter the winners enclosure as he failed to recapture his best form the following season. Unfortunately for Geraghty, 2005/06 saw another of his high profile regular mounts, Kicking King, fall by the wayside, but not before winning his second consecutive King George at Kempton. He succumbed to injury soon after that run and has not returned to the racecourse since. Luckily for Geraghty, the decline of Moscow Flyer and the injury to Kicking King coincided with the relentless rise of the Jessie Harrington-trained Macs Joy up through the hurdling ranks. Having won a number of handicap hurdles during 2003/04, he improved leaps and bounds during 2004/05 to win both the December Festival Hurdle and the AIG Champion Hurdle with Geraghty in the plate on both occasions. He had a more patient campaign in 2005/06 that resulted in him winning the Red Mills Hurdle and the ACC Bank Champion Hurdle at Punchestown, finishing second in the Champion Hurdle atCheltenham in between. 2006/07 was typically successful, if somewhat frustrating for Geraghty. He claimed no less that five wins (four in Graded races) on the teak-tough Kazal and he gained his biggest win of the season on In Compliance in the Grade 1 John Durkan Memorial Chase. Both of those horses, as well as Macs Joy, would have been strongly fancied mounts for Geraghty at the Cheltenham Festival but all three missed their engagements for various reasons leaving Geraghty with seldom little ammunition for the greatest National Hunt meeting in the world. However, that did not stop Geraghty adding to his burgeoning haul of Cheltenham Festival when riding Cork All Star to victory in the Champion Bumper. He wrapped up his season by giving the Eddie O’Grady-trained Clopf an admirably persistent ride to win the Grade 1 vcbet.com Champion Novice Hurdle at the Punchestown Festival. With plenty of high profile horses to look forward to riding as the 2007/08 season progresses, Barry Geraghty looks certain to remain as one ofIrelands most successful and recognisable jump jockeys.

Barry Geraghty Horses

A Media Luz (FR)
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Air Force One (GER)
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Alcapone
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Alexander Banquet
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Back in Front
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Barbers Shop
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Barbers Shop
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Barrow Drive
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Battle Group
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Ben Chorley
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Big Zeb
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Bust Out
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Call it a Day
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Canary Wharf
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Clopf
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Cockney Lad
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Court Red Handed (IRE)
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Donnas Palm
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Emotional Moment
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Essex
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Ferbet Junior
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Finian`s Rainbow (IRE)
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Florida Pearl
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Forget The Past
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French Opera
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Glenfinn Captain
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Go Roger Go
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Harbour Pilot
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Heather Royal
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In Compliance
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Jim
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Kazal
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Keen Leader
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Kicking King
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Le Coudray
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Limestone Lad
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Liss A Paoraigh
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Macs Joy
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Merdeka
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Monty`s Pass
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Moscow Express
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Moscow Flyer
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Native Scout
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Newmill
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Oscar Whisky (IRE)
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Personal Column
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Pizarro
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Poquelin (FR)
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Private Peace
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Problema Tic (FR)
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Punchestowns (FR)
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Punjabi
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Puntal
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Sacundai
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Sallie`s Girl
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Scarthy Lad
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Sentry Duty (FR)
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Shakalakaboomboom
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Slim Pickings
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Slim Pickings
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Spirit Son (FR)
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Tour D`argent (FR)
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Tricky Trickster
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Valley Henry
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Born in 1969 A Media Luz is a race horse competed with jockey Barry Geraghty, A Media Luz is by the thoroughbred stallion Senor Flors out of the mare Alotria who is a daughter of the breeding stallion Aloraye




























2011 Grand national review: Has lost a gear or two since since winning a Grade One back in 2006, but has done well to come back from numerous injury problems. A winner at Thurles earlier this season and might go well for a way, but huge question mark



Kicking King is a National Hunt racehorse trained in Ardclough, Co. Kildare, Ireland, by Tom Taaffe. He is best known for his victory in the 2005 Cheltenham Gold Cup, the major Chase run at the Cheltenham Festival. He also won the King George VI Chas





Monty`s Pass was the winner of the 2003 Grand National at Aintree, Liverpool when ridden by Barry Geraghty, trained by Jimmy Mangan and running in the colours of the Dee Racing Syndicate, a group of owners based in Donaghadee, Northern Ireland and le












Puntal (foaled 1996) is a National Hunt racehorse, who won the Betfred Gold Cup in 2004 and who ran in five consecutive Grand Nationals from 2003 to 2007 with limited success. He was formally trained in France before moving to Martin Pipe in 2002. Pu




It`s the time of year when trainers are announcing their Grand National intentions and they start to build momentum as to who they think will take the title for them at Aintree in April. Trainer Nicky Henderson has thrown his two cents worth in and h






Barry Geraghty Competition Results

10 - Aintree, John Smith`s Top Novices` Hurdle (Grade 2) - 09/04/2011 - A Media Luz (FR)
1 - Aintree, John Smith`s Aintree Hurdle (Grade 1) - 09/04/2011 - Oscar Whisky (IRE)
1 - Aintree, John Smith`s Mersey Novices` Hurdle (Grade 2) - 09/04/2011 - Spirit Son (FR)
16 - Aintree, John Smith`s Champion Standard Open NH Flat Race (Grade 2) - 09/04/2011 - Tour D`argent (FR)
1 - Aintree, John Smith`s Maghull Novices` Chase (Grade 1) - 09/04/2011 - Finian`s Rainbow (IRE)
5 - Aintree, John Smith`s Melling Chase (Grade 1) - 08/04/2011 - French Opera
1 - Aintree, John Smith`s smithythehorse.com Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3) - 08/04/2011 - Battle Group
5 - Aintree, John Smith`s Mares` Standard Open NH Flat Race - 08/04/2011 - Heather Royal
7 - Aintree, John Smith`s Topham Chase (Listed Handicap) (National Course) - 08/04/2011 - Shakalakaboomboom
9 - Aintree, BGC Partners Liverpool Hurdle (Grade 1) - 07/04/2011 - Sentry Duty (FR)
6 - Aintree, totesport Bowl Chase (Grade 1) - 07/04/2011 - Punchestowns (FR)
8 - Aintree, Silver Cross Handicap Hurdle (Listed) - 07/04/2011 - Problema Tic (FR)
2 - Aintree, Toteswinger Flexi Betting Novices` Handicap Hurdle - 23/10/2010 - Court Red Handed (IRE)
2 - Aintree, Totetentofollow Old Roan Chase (limited Grade 2 Handicap) - 23/10/2010 - Poquelin (FR)
10 - Aintree, Totepool A Better Way To Bet Maiden Hurdle - 23/10/2010 - Ben Chorley
9 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 13/03/2010 - Tricky Trickster
3 - Kempton Park, King George VI Chase Cup - 26/12/2009 - Barbers Shop
01 - Navan, Tara Hurdle - 04/12/2009 - Donnas Palm
01 - Navan, Fortria Chase - 21/11/2009 - Big Zeb
7 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 13/03/2009 - Barbers Shop
5 - Kempton Park, King George VI Chase Cup - 26/12/2008 - Air Force One (GER)
01 - Clonmel, Clonmel Oil Chase - 28/11/2008 - Glenfinn Captain
01 - Newcastle Racecourse, Fighting Fifth Hurdle - 22/11/2008 - Punjabi
01 - Punchestown, Ryanair Novice Chase - 17/05/2008 - Big Zeb
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Champion Hurdle - 18/04/2008 - Punjabi
4 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2008 - Slim Pickings
4 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2008 - Slim Pickings
01 - Navan, Boyne Hurdle - 27/02/2008 - Kazal
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Spring Juvenile Hurdle - 04/02/2008 - Personal Column
01 - Punchestown, Evening Herald Champion Novice Hurdle - 29/04/2007 - Clopf
3 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2007 - Slim Pickings
3 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2007 - Slim Pickings
10 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 16/03/2007 - Forget The Past
01 - Thurles, Michael Purcell Memorial Novice Hurdle - 12/03/2007 - Kazal
01 - Naas, Johnstown Novice Hurdle - 21/02/2007 - Kazal
01 - Naas, Slaney Novice Hurdle - 11/01/2007 - Kazal
01 - Punchestown, John Durkan Memorial Chase - 13/12/2006 - In Compliance
01 - Tipperary, Tipperary Hurdle - 21/10/2006 - Scarthy Lad
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Champion Hurdle - 18/04/2006 - Macs Joy
6 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2006 - Puntal
3 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 17/03/2006 - Forget The Past
01 - Naas, Johnstown Novice Hurdle - 21/02/2006 - Merdeka
01 - Gowran Park, Red Mills Chase - 18/02/2006 - Forget The Past
01 - Fairyhouse, Bobbyjo Chase - 09/02/2006 - Forget The Past
01 - Kempton Park, King George VI Chase Cup - 26/12/2005 - Kicking King
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Gold Cup - 15/05/2005 - Kicking King
16 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2005 - Monty`s Pass
01 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 18/03/2005 - Kicking King
01 - Navan, Boyne Hurdle - 27/02/2005 - Emotional Moment
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Irish Champion Hurdle - 23/01/2005 - Macs Joy
01 - Leopardstown, MCR Hurdle - 16/01/2005 - Essex
01 - Leopardstown, Paddy Fitzpatrick Memorial Novice Chase - 13/01/2005 - Newmill
01 - Punchestown, Tied Cottage Chase - 02/01/2005 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Kempton Park, King George VI Chase Cup - 26/12/2004 - Kicking King
01 - Leopardstown, Christmas Hurdle - 21/12/2004 - Emotional Moment
01 - Punchestown, John Durkan Memorial Chase - 13/12/2004 - Kicking King
01 - Sandown Park, Tingle Creek Chase - 11/12/2004 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Sandown Park, Tingle Creek Chase - 11/12/2004 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, December Festival Hurdle - 08/12/2004 - Macs Joy
01 - Navan, Fortria Chase - 21/11/2004 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Gowran Park, Gowran Park Champion Chase - 19/10/2004 - Kicking King
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Champion Chase - 06/05/2004 - Moscow Flyer
4 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2004 - Monty`s Pass
6 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 18/03/2004 - Keen Leader
01 - Naas, Johnstown Novice Hurdle - 21/02/2004 - Newmill
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Dr P. J. Moriarty Novice Chase - 19/02/2004 - Pizarro
01 - Naas, Nas Na Riogh Novice Chase - 04/02/2004 - Jim
01 - Leopardstown, Paddy Fitzpatrick Memorial Novice Chase - 13/01/2004 - Emotional Moment
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Arkle Novice Chase - 09/01/2004 - Kicking King
01 - Punchestown, Tied Cottage Chase - 02/01/2004 - Native Scout
01 - Leopardstown, Christmas Hurdle - 21/12/2003 - Sacundai
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Knight Frank Novice Chase - 14/12/2003 - Pizarro
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase - 11/12/2003 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Sandown Park, Tingle Creek Chase - 11/12/2003 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Sandown Park, Tingle Creek Chase - 11/12/2003 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Navan, Fortria Chase - 21/11/2003 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Navan, Navan Novice Hurdle - 18/11/2003 - Newmill
01 - Punchestown, Morgiana Hurdle - 18/11/2003 - Back in Front
01 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2003 - Monty`s Pass
4 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 13/03/2003 - Valley Henry
01 - Navan, Boyne Hurdle - 27/02/2003 - Emotional Moment
01 - Punchestown, Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle - 15/02/2003 - Kicking King
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Arkle Novice Chase - 09/01/2003 - Bust Out
01 - Punchestown, Tied Cottage Chase - 02/01/2003 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Bord na Mona with Nature Novice Chase - 18/12/2002 - Le Coudray
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase - 11/12/2002 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, December Festival Hurdle - 08/12/2002 - Liss A Paoraigh
01 - Fairyhouse, Hatton`s Grace Hurdle - 06/12/2002 - Limestone Lad
01 - Fairyhouse, Drinmore Novice Chase - 05/12/2002 - Le Coudray
01 - Navan, Fortria Chase - 21/11/2002 - Alcapone
01 - Gowran Park, Gowran Park Champion Chase - 19/10/2002 - Barrow Drive
01 - Punchestown, Ryanair Novice Chase - 17/05/2002 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Gold Cup - 15/05/2002 - Florida Pearl
01 - Aintree, Totesport Bowl - 03/04/2002 - Florida Pearl
6 - Cheltenham Festival, Cheltenham Gold Cup - 14/03/2002 - Alexander Banquet
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Irish Hennessy Gold Cup - 17/02/2002 - Alexander Banquet
01 - Galmoy Hurdle, Gowran Park - 25/01/2002 - Emotional Moment
01 - Galmoy Hurdle, Gowran Park - 24/01/2002 - Emotional Moment
01 - Naas, Slaney Novice Hurdle - 11/01/2002 - Canary Wharf
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, Bord na Mona with Nature Novice Chase - 18/12/2001 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Punchestown, Craddockstown Novice Chase - 17/11/2001 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Gold Cup - 15/05/2001 - Moscow Express
01 - Punchestown, Punchestown Champion Hurdle - 18/04/2001 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Leopardstown Racecourse, December Festival Hurdle - 08/12/2000 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Navan, Tara Hurdle - 04/12/2000 - Sallie`s Girl
01 - Navan, Navan Novice Hurdle - 18/11/2000 - Harbour Pilot
01 - Punchestown, Evening Herald Champion Novice Hurdle - 29/04/2000 - Moscow Flyer
6 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2000 - Call it a Day
01 - Fairyhouse, Drinmore Novice Chase - 05/12/1999 - Alexander Banquet
01 - Fairyhouse, Royal Bond Novice Hurdle - 26/11/1999 - Moscow Flyer
01 - Navan, Fortria Chase - 21/11/1999 - Private Peace
01 - Punchestown, Craddockstown Novice Chase - 17/11/1999 - Go Roger Go
01 - Gowran Park, Gowran Park Champion Chase - 19/10/1999 - Ferbet Junior
01 - Naas, Johnstown Novice Hurdle - 21/02/1999 - Sallie`s Girl
01 - Punchestown, Morgiana Hurdle - 18/11/1997 - Cockney Lad
1997 - Navan, Lismullen Hurdle - 17/11/1997 - Cockney Lad
01 - Gowran Park, Red Mills Trial Hurdle - 18/02/1996 - Macs Joy
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Duxy (1996)


Barry Taylor Competition Results

110 - World Equestrian Games, Team and individual Speed and handiness - 29/08/2006 - Duxy
10 - Lisbon, Nations Cup - 04/06/2006 - Duxy
04 - Lisbon, Premio Wesley - 1.45 Two phases - 03/06/2006 - Duxy
11 - Hickstead - Derby Meeting, The Hickstead Derby - 21/08/2005 - Avalanche
06 - ROYAL WINDSOR HORSE SHOW, Gentlemans Championship - 14/05/2005 - Avalanche
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Barry Truelove


Barry Truelove - UK
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Barry Truelove

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Barry Truelove

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Barry Truelove

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Barry Truelove

Barry Bug - Winner Of The Leading Showjumper (HOYS)


Barry Dove


Barry Dove is an international showjumping rider, based in Essex. A well respected trainer of young horses with a proven record of producing sport horses up to 1.40m level. Below you can watch Barry Dove in action riding Contact III (Contendro I x Sandro).

Barry Dove - Contact III (Contendro I x Sandro)




Barry Dove

Barry Dove



Barry Dove Horses

Obelix Vd Wijngaardhoeve Z
Templetrines Legend

Barry Dove Competition Results

08 - Scope, 4 Year Old Championship - 03/09/2006 - Obelix Vd Wijngaardhoeve Z
07 - Scope, 4 Year Old Preliminary Round 1 - 31/08/2006 - Obelix Vd Wijngaardhoeve Z
19 - Scope, Discovery Preliminary Round 2 - 31/08/2005 - Templetrines Legend

John A. Barry


John A. Barry - usa

Barry Bug


Barry Bug was an international showjumper competed by a number of the UK`s leading riders including John whitaker, Paul Barker, Robert Whitaker, William Funnel, Geoff Billington and James Billington. With all these riders Barry Bug was highly competitive in the ring and won many prestigious classes including The Leading Showjumper of the year at HOYS, the grand prix in Portugal and the knock out at the horse of the year show.

From 1997 Barry Bug was a member of the High Offley Stud jumping team and competed all around Europe

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Barry Bug

Kevin Barry


Kevin Barry - Ireland

Barry Fenton


Barry Fenton Horses

Eulogy
GUNNER WELBURN



Barry Fenton Competition Results

4 - Aintree, Grand National - 09/04/2003 - GUNNER WELBURN
01 - Sandown Park, Whitbread Gold Cup - 24/05/1999 - Eulogy

Lisa Barry


Lisa Barry - USA

Nicolas Dubarry


Nicolas Dubarry - France

Peter Barry


Peter Barry - Canada

Richard Barry, 7th Earl of Barrymore


Richard Barry, 7th Earl of Barrymore - UK

Shay Barry


Shay Barry -

Cheltenham treble for Barry Geraghty and Nicky Henderson


Barry Wigget


Barry Wigget - South Africa

For the occasional need to have someone look after your horse/s for a limited time. We offer box stalls, daily turnout service, and top quality nutrition. You must provide any dietary supplement or nutritional needs required by your equine. We will also work your horse in the round pen if desired. If your horse has recuperative needs we can offer special services to assist recovery.

Ron Barry


Ron Barry was a professional, British, jump jockey with a career spanning 1960 to 1980s. He won the Whitbread Gold Cup three times in 1971, 1973, and 1974. In 1969, he won the Scottish Grand National, the Massey Ferguson Gold Cup, and the Mackeson Gold Cup. He set a record of 125 race wins, was British jump racing Champion Jockey in the 1973 and 1974 seasons, and was stable jockey to Gordon Richards. Below you can watch Ron Barry riding The Dikler to victory in the 1973 gold cup at Cheltenham.

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Ron Barry Horses

Charlie Potheen
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The Dikler
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Titus Oates
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The Dikler winner of the 1973 Cheltenham Gold Cup, ridden by jockey Ron Barry and trained by Fulke Walwyn on behalf of owner Peggy August

Ron Barry Competition Results

01 - Sandown Park, Whitbread Gold Cup - 24/05/1974 - The Dikler
01 - Sandown Park, Whitbread Gold Cup - 24/05/1973 - Charlie Potheen
01 - Sandown Park, Whitbread Gold Cup - 24/05/1971 - Titus Oates
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Barry Roycroft


Barry Roycroft

Born: May 25, 1944

Barry Roycroft Horses

Four Corners

Barry Roycroft Competition Results

44 - Olympics, Individual - 22/05/1976 - Four Corners