Sad news for racing fans with sudden death of Patsy Byrne

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Updated: September 30, 2013

The name Patsy Byrne has been synonymous with greyhounds and horses for many years so the news of his sudden death will come as a huge shock to all.

Byrne shared his time between his native Duagh in County Kerry, and his family home in Surrey.

The navy and pink silks were in the winners enclosure at Kerry National earlier this month when White Star Line landed the big prize,  he also landed the Northumberland Plate with the Jonjo O’Neill-trained Tominator earlier this year.

Byrne trained and owned an Irish Derby winner in Cool Performance a English Derby winner Ballinderry Ash and got the trifecta with landing the Coursing Derby with Big Interest.

Byrne will be remembered for his close connection to Barney Curley and landing one of the biggest punts of all time when Mystic Ridge won under Jamie Spencer at the Galway Festival.

 

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  1. Tom Beisty

    09/30/2013 at 7:55 pm

    Patsy was a fine generous man, he will be sadly missed from among the Irish Community in Britain. May he rest in peace among the Angels…tom Beisty

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