— IRIS (@IRISRacing) January 20, 2019
We have seen some seriously excellent saves here at EN, but every once in a while we see a rider who truly defies the laws of physics. The amateur Irish Jockey Michael Sweeney blew spectators away at the Killeagh point-to-point at Boulta Racecourse in County Cork when he miraculously didn’t fall from Ask Heather, a 7-year-old owned by Declan Queally, after the mare knocked a front leg on the final fence. After clinging from her neck for a few strides, Michael made his way back into the saddle. And what’s more, they went on the win the race.
Here’s another look:
It has to be seen to be believed!Here is the remarkable recovery made by Michael Sweeney aboard Ask Heather at the last from the Killeagh P2P at Boulta today.The pair somehow went on to win – take a bow Michael! 👏FULL STORY – http://m.p2p.ie/news.php?news_id=17794 🎥 Willie Murphy, Dunshaughlin
Posted by p2p.ie The Irish Point to Point Website on Sunday, January 20, 2019
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