Faugheen winning his maiden at Ballysteen

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Faugheen took the 4yo Maiden at Ballysteen on April 29th 2012.
Trained by Andy Slattery and ridden by Roger Quinlan and in the colours of Thomas Hassett he began his winning sequence.
Roger Quinlan dropped him in off the pace and came through to lead three out where he went away to win easily. He then went to the Willie Mullins yard and the rest is history as he is now the Champion Hurdler.
Less than three years after winning his point to point he becomes the first ever Irish Pointer to win the Champion Hurdle.

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