THE leading Irish point-to-point trainer died on 31 January aged 43.
Mr Codd had much success as a jockey and a trainer, and also had a passion for eventing.
He rode 58 winners between 1992 and 2005, including the Champion Hunter Chase at the 2003 Punchestown Festival aboard What Odds.
As a trainer, he was responsible for producing numerous young horses, including Tranquil Sea, who went on to win 13 races under Rules including the Grade One John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown in 2010.
He saddled his last winner, Bold Sky, in a mares’ maiden at Tinahely on 14 January.