County of origin: Clare
Date of licence: 2013
First winner: Powersbomb (Derek O'Connor) Sligo, July 13, 2014Significant horses (selected): Powersbomb, Se Mo Loach, Seskinane
Assoc. jockeys: Derek O'Connor, Eoin Mahon
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From Kilmaley, County Clare, Brian McMahon began his career in racing when riding out for trainer Donie Hassett and gained further experience working with Nicky Henderson for two years at a time when Binocular, Bobs Worth, Long Run, Punchestowns and Sprintre Sacre were among the stable stars.
Brian returned home and began training in 2013 and enjoyed his first winner when the Derek O'Connor-ridden Powersbomb won a bumper at Sligo in July of the following year. The same horse was a winner under Mikey Fogarty at the Galway Festival in 2015 and was a four-time winner in all for the stable.
Brian is a graduate of NUI Galway and is a Research and Development Biochemist by profession. In 1997, he won an All-Ireland minor title with his native county and enjoyed a distinguished club career with Kilmaley, winning a county title in 2004.
Tote €40,000 Jackpot Guarantee Hcap Hdle (Powersbomb - M.P. Fogarty - 2015)
Punchestown National (QR) H'cap S'chase (Se Mo Laoch - E. Mahon - 2019)
Killeen Sportsgrounds H'cap H'dle (Seskinane - P.T. Enright - 2018)
Lilac Rooms M'dn (Powersbomb - C.T. Keane - 2017)
Navan Members H'cap H'dle (Seskinane - M.P. Fogarty - 2017)
K Club H'cap S'chase (Se Mo Laoch - D. O'Connor - 2018)
Book Online kilbegganraces.com Hcap Hdle (Se Mo Laoch - E. Mahon - 2018)
Clonmel Supporters Club Beg. S'chase (Powersbomb - M.P. Fogarty - 2016)
Bet Online At thetote.com INH Flat Race (Powersbomb - D. O'Connor - 2014)
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