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Mathew (racehorse)

Mathew {modern spelling Matthew} was a racehorse which won the 1847 Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree near Liverpool. He is regarded as the first Irish trained horse to win the race having been prepared for the race by John Murphy at The Curragh for County Cork based owner John Courtenay and was ridden on the day by the Irish jockey, Denny Wynne.[citation needed]



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