28 Apr Great win at Louth County for James Hogg in Mervue LST
Hogg partnered the Edgar Hogg owned 11-year-old Cruising gelding Interpreter to victory, finishing almost three seconds faster than his nearest challenger.
Francis Connors made the trip from Co Waterford worthwhile when taking runner-up spot with the Ian Smyth-owned mare Capitol Cruis. Brothers Jordan and Daniel Coyle battled it out for third and fourth place, with Jordan riding Amigo VH Winkenshof, just pipping his sibling who partnered Sansibar.
Derry’s Hannah Patterson filled the next two places on the podium, finishing fifth with Daberlina and sixth aboard Douglas W.
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Result – Mervue Equine LST – Round 1 Louth County 24/04/2016
1st James Hogg/Interpreter 0/0 33.23
2nd Francis Connors/Capitol Cruis 0/0 36.03
3rd Jordan Coyle/Amigo VH Winkenshof Z 0/0 36.75
4th Daniel Coyle/Sansibar 0/0 38.50
5th Hannah Paterson/Daberlina M 0/0 38.86
6th Hannah Patterson/Douglas W 0/0 41.01
Hannah Patterson wins points towards Karlswood Stables Bursary for Young Rider