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Nine-time Irish champion Smullen dies

Nine-time Irish champion Smullen dies

18/9/2020 1:50:00 PM

Nine-time Irish champion Smullen dies

Nine-time Irish champion jockey Pat Smullen has died, just over a year after retiring from racing as he had treatment for pancreatic cancer. He was 43. He helped raise over 2.5 million euros (S$4 million) for pancreatic cancer trials and research by organising a...

EngagementsNine-time Irish champion jockey Pat Smullen has died, just over a year after retiring from racing as he had treatment for pancreatic cancer.He was 43.He helped raise over 2.5 million euros (S$4 million) for pancreatic cancer trials and research by organising a legends race.

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He was hailed as"the ultimate professional" in tributes.Smullen, from Rhode in County Offaly, won the Epsom Derby and the Irish Derby in 2016 on Harzand, trained by Dermot Weld. Read more: The New Paper »

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