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The intense competition between horse trainers Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott, which has lit up the NH trainers championship in Ireland both this and last season, will move across the water next week as Elliott attempts to repeat his achievement of 2017 in dislodging Mullins from his perch at the top of the Cheltenham trainers' tree.
This is a question that many have been asking in recent times, and particularly in the aftermath of the 2013 Gambling Control Bill and the 2015 Betting Amendment Act, and it is by no means an easy one to answer. But before it is attempted it would be a good idea to take a look at the history of gambling in Ireland in general to put the current role played by casinos into context.
A pre-Ladies Day event to be held on Sunday week just cannot be missed by those wishing to make an impression at Ballybrit this year. And the event will benefit the Oranmore Maree Coastal Search Unit.
A Connemara based milliner is drawing on the elegant styles of the 1920s to the 1950s to find inspiration for her hats.
It is wonderful to see so many Galway woman thriving in the world of fashion, and milliner and jewellery designer Brid O’Driscoll is another steadily making a name for herself in the business. She has been building a widespread client base since 2010, designing hats, headpieces, and neckpieces for mothers-of-the-bride and groom, wedding guests, and race goers among others.
Sarah-Jane Moran won the Best Dressed Lady Competition at the Roscommon Races on Monday July 4, sponsored by SuperValu Ireland.
Galway is well known as a creative arty city, so it is no surprise that it is producing a plethora of talented milliners of which Gillian Duggan is a leading example. The Renmore woman has really started to make a name for herself on the national scene in the past year and her intricate pieces are ideal for anyone wanting to make a bit of a splash at an upcoming wedding or racing event.