Jumping Kerrygold Grand Prix League - McMahon Wins 1m50 Grand
Prix At Stepaside
THE SECOND of the weekend's national Grand Prix fixtures at Stepaside,
Co. Dublin, League leader Clem McMahon further consolidated his
position with a win and a Fourth in today's (Sunday) Super League
competition, which had 12 riders through to the jump-off.
<Gelvin Clover>, McMahon was fractions of a second ahead of
runner-up Andrew Dunlop on <Cruz Forever>, while British rider
Sharon Quigley rode <Candle Queen> into Third.
also managed to take Fourth place with <Hermes de Reve>, jumping
another double clear.
third of the Bank Holiday weekend Kerrygold Grands Prix takes place
at Mullingar tomorrow (Monday).
PIERSE CONSTRUCTION 1.50m Grand Prix
STEPASIDE SHOW, SUNDAY 1st JUNE 2003
GELVIN CLOVER (Owner May E. Scott); Clem McMahon Faults 0/0 Time
2) CRUZ FOREVER (Owner Andrew Dunlop); Andrew Dunlop Faults 0/0
3) CANDLE QUEEN (Owner Harvey Wilde); Sharon Quigley Faults 0/0
4) HERMES DE REVE (Owner Blue On Blue); Clem McMahon Faults 0/0
5) BOHERDEAL CLOVER (Owner Minister for Defence); Lt. David O'Brien
Faults 0/4 Time 27.75
6) DOUBLE DIAMOND (Owner O'Connor/Swail Stable); Conor Swail Faults
0/4 Time 30.00
GRAND PRIX League Rankings after PIERSE CONSTRUCTION GRAND
PRIX, Stepaside, Co. Dublin
1) Clem McMahon 35 points
2) Andrew Dunlop 30 points
3) Lt. Shane Carey 19 points
4) Michael Kearins 16 points
5) Lt. David O'Brien 14.5 points
6) Cian O'Connor 13 points