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Westmeath Various Sports 10th June 1995
Liam Cornally, Manager, Dawn Dairies, Moate ( third from right ) presenting the Dawn Dairies Cup to Jimmy Curran, Stamullen, Co. Meath following the success of Saddlestown Glen in the Dawn Dairies Beginner's Steeplechase at Kilbeggan. Also included are from left Colm Murray, R.T.E., Jimmy Keaney, Dawn DairiesJimmy Daly, Chairman, Kilbeggan Race Committee, Pat Rooney, Trainer, and Paddy Dunican, Hon. Secretary, Kilbeggan Race Committee, Westmeath Examiner Sport, June 1995
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Liam Cornally, Manager, Dawn Dairies, Moate ( third from right ) presenting the Dawn Dairies Cup to Jimmy Curran, Stamullen, Co. Meath following the success of Saddlestown Glen in the Dawn Dairies Beginner's Steeplechase at Kilbeggan. Also included are from left Colm Murray, R.T.E., Jimmy Keaney, Dawn DairiesJimmy Daly, Chairman, Kilbeggan Race Committee, Pat Rooney, Trainer, and Paddy Dunican, Hon. Secretary, Kilbeggan Race Committee, Westmeath Examiner Sport, June 1995
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1995-06-10

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