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Exit in Red Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Elliott Smyth Billy Boyle Captain Kirkpatrick Denny Cain Shop owner Virginia Cole Dermot Concannon Timothy Davies Raymond Rendow Peter Dix Years later, there were still whispers that Shergar was alive and secretly producing foals whose breeding lines could never be divulged.
Most investigators accepted from early on, however, that the IRA was to blame. Mallon, a convicted killer originally from Co Tyrone, eventually became part of IRA folklore after shooting his way out of one prison and being lifted by helicopter from another.
Furthermore, by contacting leading IRA men in Co Leitrim the leadership had guaranteed the horse "safe passage" to a remote farm close to the border.
However, by then Mallon was under surveillance, the Garda were crawling all over Ireland and he felt it was impossible to move Shergar or free the horse close to where it was being held.
Instead, Mallon ordered that the horse be shot. What happened next is not for the fainthearted. Those who looked after and rode Shergar agree that he was one of the kindest, gentlest racehorses ever to grace the racetrack.
The source said that the two handlers, one clutching a machine gun, went into the remote stable where the horse was being held and opened fire.
There was blood everywhere and the horse even slipped on his own blood. It was a very bloody death. And so, the greatest racehorse of the century was butchered in the same way that the IRA killed many of its human enemies.
Many in the Republic, including broad Republican sympathisers, would never have forgiven the IRA and its political wing, Sinn Fein, for machine gunning the equine pride of the nation in cold blood.
This vivid image of how Shergar died confirmed the worst fears of one of the most senior figures in Irish racing. He said he had long suspected that the horse, in the hands of non-experts, had met a lingering death "crazed with pain".
Our inquiries led photographer Julian Andrews and me to Ballinamore, a town in Co Leitrim once known as "the Falls Road of the South" because of its support for the Provos.
Even though the Troubles ended a decade ago we were advised "not to spend more than an hour there if you are asking awkward questions".
It is still the sort of town where locals turn their heads when two British journalists walk into a pub. There was a lot of shrugging and shaking of heads, while Martin Kenny, a Sinn Fein councillor for the town, said: But Ballinamore has form.
Gerry Reynolds, a businessman and politician who was born and brought up in Ballinamore, said: The Sunday Telegraph also tracked down Kevin Mallon to his seafront home in Howth, eight miles from Dublin city centre.
Mallon is described by those who know him, including former paramilitaries, as a "head case". When contacted by The Sunday Telegraph, he refused to discuss the case.
At his home, Jim Fitzgerald was dismayed when I broke the news about exactly how the horse he had cared for had died. The proud former groom still has framed photographs of Shergar in his hall and living room.
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Kevin Mallon, a convicted killer and senior IRA leader who has been identified as the man behind the plot. The Aga Khan owned six of the 40 shares in Shergar.
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