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Fishguard

a port and resort in SW Wales, in Pembrokeshire: ferry connections to Cork and Rosslare. Pop.: 3193 (2001)
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Jim Bolger could also bid to provide the first Irish-trained winner since Abergwaun in 1972 with Democratic Deficit, who would be stepping down in distance from a mile.
The hot favourite that day was Vincent O'Brien's Abergwaun (5-2) ridden by Lester Piggott, finishing third.
Abergwaun Rocket threw off his rider and swam out to sea when he got spooked by the wave as he trotted along the coast at Newgale.
Gall olygu na ddefnyddir porthladdoedd Abergwaun, Caergybi na Doc Penfro.
Lyons takes aim at the Abergwaun Stakes The Ger Lyons-trained Ardhoomey enjoyed his finest hour on a racecourse when he won the Group 2 Flying Five Stakes almost a year ago at the Curragh, and while the five-year-old again holds an entry in the feature sprint on Irish Champions Weekend, he will be bidding to warm up for that contest with victory in the Listed Abergwaun Stakes (4.
I haven't ridden Spirit Quartz before, but I've seen plenty of him - he won twice for Robert Cowell last year, in Cork, when he beat Ardhoomey, and the Abergwaun, another listed race, in Tipperary in August.
25pm) Mae rhan ola' taith Y Sipsiwn yn cyrraedd pen llanw wrth i Ifan Jones Evans, Shn Cothi a''r garaf[sz]n gyrraedd Ysgol Glannau Gwaun yn Abergwaun ar gyfer noson o dwmpath dawns a dawnsio Sipsi.
The first two are also entered in the Abergwaun Stakes at Tipperary on the same afternoon, but the prospect of quickish ground in Ireland means a trip to Paris is currently the favoured option.
VALDIR Rodrigo de Souza added Cork to his list of Irish conquests when partnering Majestic Times to a decisive victory in yesterday's Abergwaun Stakes.
And success was all the sweeter as Lester Piggott came third that year on Vicent O'Brien's Abergwaun after been earlier linked with the ride on the Cree Lodge- trained Swinging Junior.
In fact, don't be surprised if Astonished is the shortest post-war favourite since 5-2 shots Be Friendly (1968), Abergwaun (1972) and Bas Bleu (1973) were gubbed.
00 yng Nghapel Gorffwys Feidr Castell, Abergwaun ac wedyn amlosgfa Parc Gwyn, Arberth am 1:45.