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Irish Horse: Frost lights up Sandown after difficult week
Ronan Groome
After giving evidence in her case against Robbie Dunne, Bryony Frost got back to doing what she does best at Sandown last Saturday.
 
 
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Recognition of history is important as is recognition of current happenings
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Katherine’s Country: getting set for Christmas
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Irish Horse: Frost lights up Sandown after difficult week
After giving evidence in her case against Robbie Dunne, Bryony Frost got back to doing what she does best at Sandown last Saturday.
Farm from your average authors
Unlike many of the sport-related books that make it onto the shelves this close to Christmas, Ireland is awash with sports stars who have plenty stories to tell, writes Denis Hurley.
Irish Horsewomen: simply unstoppable
Helen Sharp chats to Galway-based para dressage rider Sarah Slattery and discovers how cancer set her on her road to success.
The health and harness of the horse
Michael Slavin chats with Thoroughbred Remedies Ireland director Brendan Murphy.
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