All roads lead to Ballycrystal

By Dan Walsh

Eighty-two entries were received for the Island Hunt’s point-to-point fixture at Ballycrystal, Kiltealy, tomorrow (Sunday). The going is described as “yielding to soft” and the first race is off at 12.30pm.

MICHAEL GOFF trained a winner at Kinsale, Co. Cork, today.

It should be noted that persons intending on attendance must register with P2P.ie to gain admission.

There were two Wexford winners today (Saturday) at the South Union Foxhounds meeting at Kinsale.

First time Rath Gaul Boy in the colours of Caitriona Goff and trained by her husband, Michael Goff at Clondaw, Ferns, and ridden by Aaron Sinnott, Enniscorthy, was the eight lengths winner of the maiden race for four-year-olds.

Duncormick handler Michael Murphy saddled Red River Valley in the maiden race for five-year-old geldings and with Kilkenny rider Dan Nevin, (20), in the saddle scored by half a length

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