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The Monbeg team parted with almost one million euro as they bought 22 horses on a day of big prices.
The victory marks O'Connor's ninth Southern Title and his second Senior Title.
There was a popular father and son success for Pat and Jimmy O'Rourke with the promising Ask Me Early.
Derek O`Connor is set to take his 11th consecutive Western title this year.
85-year-old Jim Barry won the four-year-old mares' maiden with Fantasia Storm, the only horse he has in training.
Local jockey Barry O'Neill was the man to follow at his home fixture as he recorded a popular treble.
Bobhopeornohope was a third four-year-old maiden winner of the season for Cormac Doyle.
Declan Queally and Debbie Hartnett combined to sucess with Exit Eleven for Kilkenny handler Joe Walsh.
Michael O'Sullivan, fresh from his three-timer at Kildorrery the previous Sunday, recorded a double at Bandon.
Barry O’Neill continues to maintain his advantage at the head of the leading riders table, with a double on the day bringing his tally for the season to 29.
Declan Queally enjoyed a day to remember at Kilfeacle when not only training a double but also steering home three winners on the afternoon.
Colin Bowe and Barry O'Neill continued their rich vein of form when landing the opening contest with Streets Of Fire.
The 11-time champion rider Derek O'Connor, this country's winning most rider between the flags, recorded his 1200th Irish points success.
Derek O'Connor became the first rider in the history of the sport to reach 1,200 winners at Dromahane on Sunday.
Minella Melody justified her lofty reputation by staying out stoutly to see off runner-up Old Dominion by 10 lengths.
The 14-strong field includes two of Martin Hassett's four-year-old maiden winners.
Sam Curling seems to have another smart prospect on his hands in the form of Longhouse Sale.
Treble for Derek O’Connor
Runaway winner Honeysuckle ensured the long journey to Cork proved worthwhile for Jerry Cosgrave & Mark O'Hare.
The Gigginstown House Stud-owned Shot To Hell provided James Kenny with his first four-year-old winner.
Bay Ambition provided the injured handler Robert Tyner with a welcome tonic at Aghabullogue.
On the same day that Faugheen made his return to race course, his former point-to-point handler, Andrew Slattery produced another eye-catching sort in Beakstown.
It was a good day for handler Aidan Fitzgerald who registered a double at the Duhallow Kanturks point-to-point fixture at Dromahane.