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Donegal jockey Oisin Orr bagged his biggest career victory to date after winning the Irish Ledger yesterday. ‘Search for a Song’ won her second consecutive Comer Group International Irish St Ledger, having won last year under Chris Hayes. 23 year old Orr was praised by the horse’s trainer Dermot Weald…

It’s ladies day at the Sligo Races today, where there’s also an all-National Hunt card on the track and the Kilcawley Construction Handicap Hurdle takes centre stage. Racing gets underway at five-past-five. Dave Keena looks ahead… Here’s racecourse manager Kathryn Foley…

Patrick Mullins has become the most successful amateur jockey ever after riding his 546th career winner at Sligo on Sunday. Victory aboard the 4-7 favourite Queen Boulevard, trained by his father, Willie, meant he overtook the old record of 545 set by Ted Walsh. Afterwards, Patrick spoke to Dave Keena…

Seskinane is the gift that keeps on giving for Strandhill handler Brian McMahon as the gelding won the Killeen Sportsgrounds Handicap Hurdle at Ballinrobe today at the ripe old age of 12. In the colours of Anne McMahon, the mud-loving Seskinane came home strongest under Phillip Enright.  

There are seven races on the card today for a national hunt meeting at Sligo Racecourse. Sligo Rugby Club are hosting their first ever ‘Day at the Races’ fundraiser at the meeting, and the first race is underway at 5.20pm.

It’s ladies day today at the Sligo Races as the second day of the two-day August meeting is dominated by hurdle races with The BoyleSports Handicap Hurdle taking centre stage at 7.40pm this evening. Ruby Walsh will be among the jockeys in action, Dave Keena looks ahead…