KL Construction Helps Build Champion Jockey’s Career

KL Construction Helps Build Champion Jockey’s Career.

Capping off a wonderful season, 23 Year Old Colin Keane became Champion Jockey at Naas Racecourse yesterday. He had a;ready clinched the title at Dundalk last week with former champion Pat Smullen mathematically unable to surpass Keane’s win tally. At Naas yesterday, a double brought the Trim jockey’s tally to 100 and celebrations were nowhere more evident than in the corporate box of Colin’s personal sponsor KL Construction.

Karl Lyons, MD KL Construction: “We have been personal sponsors of Colin’s for the last two years and would like to think we have been an integral part of building this success. Like us, Colin is meticulous and professional and will no doubt go on to ever bigger successes in the future!”

Image- Champion Jockey Colin Keane with Karl Lyons, MD KL Construction

About KL Construction:

Based in Clane in County Kildare, KL construction was set up by Karl Lyons in 1993. Karl set up in business to provide customers with an alternative – A builder who treats every project as if it is his own home.  Every project is completed to the highest standard, with Karl and the team managing every part of the process.
A happy client is the best advertisement for any business. And from the start, KL Construction has grown year-on-year, through word-of-mouth recommendations from their  happy customers.

About Colin Keane:

Colin Keane was officially crowned Champion Flat jockey in Ireland for the first time as the 2017 season came to a close at Naas yesterday.

Having been champion apprentice in 2014, the 23-year-old was runner-up to Pat Smullen in the title race the following year and again 12 months ago, but finished this term with 100 winners – 12 clear of the nine-time champion after a season-long battle. Keane is stable jockey at Ger Lyons Racing and attributes much of his success to the Meath based trainer.

Images from Celtic Photography

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