Hardy Eustace owner Lar Byrne reflect on glory days

Hardy by name and by nature, Hardy Eustace can rightly be considered as one of the greatest hurdlers of the last 20 years.

Bought for 21,000 guineas by the late great Dessie Hughes as a four-year-old store horse in 2001, the son of Archway – who celebrated his 23rd birthday at the weekend – went on to play a major role during what was a golden era for the two-mile hurdling division from the early to mid noughties.

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