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Colm O'Donoghue

Colm O'Donoughue is an Irish flat jockey.

In 2002, while an apprentice rider for the Aidan O'Brien racing stable he was injured and hospitalized after falling during the Dawn Fresh Cream Handicap.[1]

In January 2008, he won the Ramniwas Ramnarain Ruia Gold Cup at Mumbai aboard Bourbon King.[2]

In April 2008, he, along with Johnny Murtagh, both of whom were racing for the Aidan O'Brien racing stable, were found guilty by the British Horseracing Authority of using team tactics in allowing Murtagh's horse to win the 2008 Juddmonte International at Newmarket Racecourse.[3]

He rode Golden Sword to victory in the 2009 running of the Chester Vase.[4] He has also ridden winners in England.



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