Anyone involved in Wexford football circles will recognise this name…
The horse, Corach Rambler, won the Aintree Grand National last weekend. The Grand National is one of – if not the – biggest higgest horse-racing events on the racing calendar.
The horse Corach Rambler was bred by Wellingtonbridge man, Paul Hillis.
Yesterday, Corach Ramblers Football Club in Wexford, had a very special guest joining them for their final u-12 game of the season.
Paul Hillis, the breeder of this year’s Grand National winner ‘Corach Rambler’ dropped by the club with the Grand National Trophy to inspire the football team.
“The club would like to extend our sincere congratulations to Paul Hills, John-Joe Sinnott, Paddy Sinnott, Breda Sinnott and everyone else involved with getting Corach Rambler into the history books. We look forward to many more celebrations over the coming days and weeks on such an historic achievement,” a spokesperson for the club said.
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