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Boyne Hurdle

The Boyne Hurdle is Grade 2 National Hunt race in Ireland. It is run at Navan in February, over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs. the race was first in 1987 as a Grade 3 race, and was run over a distance of 2 miles and 6 furlongs until 1994. The race was awarded Grade 2 status in 2008.


  • Most successful horse – Limestone Lad, (2000, 2001) 2 wins
  • Most successful jockeyBarry Geraghty (2003, 2005, 2008) 3 wins ; Charlie Swan (1990, 1992, 2002) 3 wins
  • Most successful trainerMouse Morris, (1990, 1992, 1997, 2010) 4 wins


  • Amateur jockeys indicated by "Mr".





1987 Welcome Pin Tony Mullins Paddy Mullins
1988 Galmoy Tommy Carmody John Mulhern
1989 Bankers Benefit Mr A R Coonan John Fowler
1990 Trapper John Charlie Swan Mouse Morris
1991 no race 1991
1992 Trapper John Charlie Swan Mouse Morris
1993 Dee Ell Tom Taaffe Arthur Moore
1994 Minella Lad Trevor Horgan Aidan O'Brien
1995 Dorans Pride Shane Broderick Michael Hourigan
1996 Derrymoyle Mark Dwyer Michael Cunningham
1997 What A Question Conor O'Dwyer Mouse Morris
1998 Rince Ri Garrett Cotter Ted Walsh
1999 Sallie's Girl Paul Carberry Noel Meade
2000 Limestone Lad Shane McGovern James Bowe
2001 Limestone Lad Shane McGovern James Bowe
2002 Bannow Bay Charlie Swan Christy Roche
2003 Emotional Moment Barry Geraghty Tom Taaffe
2004 Rosaker Paul Carberry Noel Meade
2005 Emotional Moment Barry Geraghty Tom Taaffe
2006 Golden Cross Johnny Murtagh Mick Halford
2007 Sweet Kiln Davy Russell Michael Bowe
2008 Kazal Barry Geraghty Eoin Griffin
2009 Catch Me Andrew McNamara Edward O'Grady
2010 War Of Attrition Davy Russell Mouse Morris

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