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ambush
26 Sep 19 13:49
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this young man begins his next chapter  today 4.30 gowran. will be intersting to see how they use his 10 lb claim.best pony racing jockey i have ever seen and ive seen a few.  exciting times ahead for this young man . a brilliant career awaits .......hes no 10 lb claimer

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By:
Nogoody
When: 26 Sep 19 15:04
Best of luck to the lad.
By:
punchestown
When: 26 Sep 19 21:43
Looked the part there today.
By:
skiptoomaloumacari
When: 27 Sep 19 19:05
5 stone of lead an inspiration film.....
By:
Vubiant
When: 28 Sep 19 13:05
Some monicker there ....let's just call him D B.
By:
Kelly
When: 09 Oct 19 16:48
First winner today , 20/1 for Joseph .  Looks class  .
By:
punchestown
When: 09 Oct 19 18:03
Will go far that young man.Kept a nice bit back for the finish today.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 10 Oct 19 16:47
Just for the record...
Dylan Browne McMonagle registered his first track success, as he guided Jumellea to an easy win in the feature Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Handicap.
Having ridden over 200 winners on the pony racing circuit, sixteen-year-old Browne McMonagle finished second on his first racecourse ride at Gowran last month.

Now based with Joseph O'Brien, trainer of Jumellea, the Letterkenny teenager settled his mount well off the pace, with the 20/1 chance taking closer order on the inner from early in the straight. She was ridden and got to the front over a furlong from home, staying on strongly from there to score by six lengths.
Mean Fomhair (7/2fav) had to settle for second under Colin Keane for his father Ger, while Passing Trade (8/1) and Getaway Katie Mai (6s to 4s) were third and fourth respectively.

"It was great to get my first winner for Joseph. It couldn't have went any better as my family are here and it's a great day, said Browne McMonagle.
"She's been running over a mile-and-a-half and a mile-and-six, and on the soft ground did it well today. I just took my time up the inside and at the top of the hill I let her roll on. She won well.
"I had 218 winners at the pony racing. It's good experience and a good grounding for all the young jockeys coming up. It's good to have it behind me." Joseph O'Brien was completing a quick double on the card, having won the previous contest with Degraves.

STEWARDS REPORTS
* The Stewards interviewed Dylan Browne McMonagle, rider of Jumellea, concerning his use of the whip in the closing stages of this race. Evidence was heard from the rider concerned in the presence of Denis Gerard Hogan, trainer, who accompanied Dylan Browne McMonagle. Having viewed a recording of the race and considered the evidence,the Stewards found Dylan Browne McMonagle in breach of Regulation 10.3(g)(frequency) and having considered his record, they cautioned him on this occasion.
By:
punchestown
When: 10 Oct 19 20:12
Of course they would pour cold water over the lad,he was far from the hardest yesterday.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 11 Oct 19 11:40
Just for the record...
The following Race day Stewards acted on behalf of the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board at this race meeting:

Mr. Laurence McFerran (Chairman),
Mr. Patrick Dunican,
Mr. Edward Galvin,
Mr. Marcus Magnier,
Mr. P. D. Matthews
By:
Kelly
When: 13 Oct 19 17:06
Copybook , 5.00 Curragh .
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