John Collins

Kilmihil’s Keane gets used to winners enclosure & six golden tickets handed out for Kirby memorial

*Con & Annie Kirby A1 Trial Stake winner, Kyletaun Jerry. Trained by Pat Buckley for Kenny Glen, John Waters is pictured making the presentation to Sarah Buckley and connections. Second Round Heats of the €4000 to the winner Galway Greyhound Stadium A3 525 yards stake took centre stage on Saturday nights card at the track …

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Winning Shelbourne debut for Knockdrum Coffey

Picture shows: Derek Frehill (Director of Racing, Greyhound Racing Ireland) and John Tuohey (Interim CEO of Greyhound Racing Ireland) launching the second year of Ag Rásaíocht Le Cheile (Racing Together) Remembrance Weekend at stadia nationwide. Full details available on KNOCKDRUM COFFEY had a winning debut at Shelbourne Park for the Knockerra duo of Paddy …

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Clare winners in Colin Barry memorial stake

Three opening round heats of the Colin Barry Memorial Novice 350 Yards Stake at the Galway Greyhound Stadium on Friday night last generously sponsored by NC Paints and Moroneys Bar Ennis was one of the main attractions of last weekend’s greyhound racing.

Ballaghboy Panda owned by grandfather & grandson is first home in Galway

Greyhound Ballaghboy Panda with owners master Patrick o Driscoll and his  grandfather Gerry Moloney after winning the ninth race in Galway on Friday night last. Kilmihil’s John Collins recorded another double success at Galway Greyhound track while the grandfather and grandson duo of Gerry Moloney and Patrick O’Driscoll also had reason to celebrate.

Fast Fit Paddy is Clare hope for Irish St Leger

*James Carey and Fionnoula Moloney Carey, with retired greyhounds Ariana and Vic at Limerick Greyhound Stadium for the Ag Rásaíocht Le Chéile night and Matchbook Irish St. Leger Quarter Finals.  Fast Fit Paddy handled by Liscannor’s Declan McDonagh is the only Banner hope of winning this year’s Matchbook Betting Exchange Irish St Leger.

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