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The son of Muhtathir swept clear in the closing stages to fend off Easywork in impressive fashion.
The Loughbrickland winner landed the Grade 2 National Hunt Challenge Cup on day one of the Cheltenham Festival.
The Co. Carlow handler sent out the mare to win at Dromahane and she is a leading contender for the Champion Bumper.
The Co. Meath native lost over four stone ahead of his comeback and reaped the rewards with an Oldtown double.
The weekend saw two graded winners that are graduates of the point-to-point circuit.
Doyen has produced five winners and two placed runners from 19 runners since the beginning of October.
Elliott’s Mala Beach proves different class on point debut.
Last season's joint-champion pointer is now set for a spell on the sidelines after missing his potential re-appearance at Loughrea.
The former Troytown winner joins more familiar pointing names such as Macs Legend and Eddies Miracle on this week's list.
Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin look set to renew rivalries, whilst former Irish Gold Cup winner Edwulf is set to enter the mix.
The success of Clorinka saw Maxine O'Sullivan seal the Ladies title in the final race of the season.
That Fairyhouse victory was one of the in hunter chase company for Gordon Elliott's charge.
Thirteen wins apiece for Longhouse Music and Kruzhlinin sees them share the title as race goes down to the wire.
It was a day to remember for Wicklow rider Shane Fenelon who rode a career double at a low-key fixture.
Jamie Codd dominated at Loughanmore with a treble on the replacement fixture for the cancelled Easter meeting.
Strengthofmind stepped up from his ninth on debut to win the four-year-old maiden by a length.
Kruzhlinin won his second race of the weekend, whilst Longhous Music was among the winners at Loughrea.
Barry O'Neill is now just two winners adrift of Derek O'Connor in the sourthern region following a treble at Ballindenisk.
Jamie Codd won his fourth northern title following a treble at Loughanmore including a 10th of the season for Kruzhlinin.
Barry O'Neill and Colin Bowe were in double winning form at a fixture which also saw Kruzhlinin become the first horse to win nine races.
Kruzhlinin moved clear once again at the top of the champion pointer table with a record-breaking ninth success.
Tokyo Getaway provided Peter Flood and Anthony Fox with the first leg of an Easter Oldcastle double.
Kruzhlinin has taken all before him in points this season as in one of two runners in the Foxhunters for Gordon Elliott.
Envoi Allen justified favouritism to land the Weatherbys Champion Grade 1 Bumper in the hands of Jamie Codd.
Colin Bowe saddled his fourth success of the season in this age division when Linelee King ran out an impressive eight-length winner.
Ucello Conti followed up on his recent Thurles win with a fine victory in the Boardsmill Stud Hunters Chase.
Colin Bowe made a successful start to his new relationship with Gigginstown House Stud, as Hell’s Canyon, returned the easy ten-length winner.
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Jamie Codd made a successful return from injury in the Steel Lintels Ireland Ltd. five-year-old geldings’ maiden aboard Whatsupwithyou.
Gordon Elliott's Ucello Conti recorded his second victory within seven days following his last success with Barry O'Neill.
The entries for the Grade 1 Unibet Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival have increased this year with a total of 27 entered.
Dime A Dozen gained an overdue success when taking the opening Weatherbys Ireland five and six-year-old mares’ maiden.
The Colin Motherway-trained Theflickeringlight impressed by making a victorious career debut at Aghabullogue under Luke Murphy.
Enda Bolger will be looking for his fourth victory in the Down Royal Hunter Chase with the impressive Dromahane winner.
The opening division of the Connolly’s Red Mills four-year-old maiden saw Buzz De Turcoing record a very fortunate success.
The 14-strong field includes two of Martin Hassett's four-year-old maiden winners.
It was a red-letter-day for novice rider Jack Hendrick who partnered his first career success aboard Would You Bypass.
Moig South played host to the second divide of the season, as 17 declaration for the four-year-old geldings’ maiden necessitated two divisions.
News emerged this morning that Death Duty is out for the season and Rapid Escape died during the Summer.
Richard Black has enjoyed a dream start to his training career, consigning the most expensive point-to-point mare at last March.
Two-time winner from last season, Burning Ambition, took his third consecutive victory in the colours of Alexandria Gardner.