HUNTER CHASE at Cork- R, Sunday 17th November 2019

7. 15:40 Buy Tickets Online And Save 3m Hunters Chase

8 ran | Distances: hd, 14L, 2¾L

CROSS COUNTRY at Punchestown- R, Sunday 17th November 2019

1. 12:05 3m Cross Country

17 ran | Distances: 1½L, 2¼L, 11L

WICKLOW (F) at Tinahely, Sunday 17th November 2019

1. 12:30 T. Swaine & Sons Ltd 4yo Maiden

10 ran | Distances: 2L, 2L, hd

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The locally trained Junior Rattler led the field to the final fence, however Corran Cross, one of two newcomers, swept through and crucially got away from the last the quicker to provide Jamie Codd with a tenth winner of the season.

2. 13:00 Doran W. OToole & Company Solicitors 5&6yo Mares Maiden

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7 ran | Distances: 10L, 3L, 14L

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Jamie Codd completes an opening race double to continue his good record at Tinahely, as the short-priced favourite Not May atoned for her unlucky final fence departure at Dowth Hall last month by winning comfortably. A homebred for Meath handler Hugh Finegan, the five-year-old may now head to the track.

3. 13:30 Mervyn Sunderland 5&6yo Geldings Maiden

6 ran | Distances: 6L, 4L, 2½L

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Second on debut at Portrush, Whitechurch, a half-brother to Battle Of Actium who runs in a bumper later in the afternoon, jumped his way to the front at the fourth last and in the end proved too good for his rivals under Barry O'Neill. Winning handler Colin Bowe indicated that he could now be aimed at a winners contest.

4. 14:00 Kavanagh Tarmac Ltd and C & C Building Providers Open

5 ran | Distances: ½L, hd, 4L

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A thrilling finish to the Open as My Story led the field to the last in search of a four-timer, however he was swarmed by challengers on either side and in the end it was Andy McNamara's Val De Ferbet that stuck his head down to win narrowly under Mark O'Hare. The success was a first for the ten-year-old since winning on the flat in May 2018.

5. 14:30 Woodenbridge Hotel & Lodge & Mill House Veterinary 6yo+ Maiden (Nov Rdrs)

5 ran | Distances: 16L

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Feagreen Native makes a winning stable debut for Peter McCreery, as having finished placed at Moira last year for James Lambe, the six-year-old stayed on best for Robbie Jackson to beat the returning Rathbawn Rose.

6. 15:00 Golden Anchor, Castletown Winner Of Two

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7 ran | Distances: 6L, 2L, 4L

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Honest Exchange completes a treble for Jamie Codd by recording his second success at this venue this season when comfortably getting the better of the rallying pace-setter Coach Road. The victory also completed a double on the afternoon for handler Denis Murphy.

GOLDEN VALE (F) at Turtulla, Sunday 17th November 2019

1. (Div 1) 12:30 Tattersalls Ireland 4yo Maiden

9 ran | Distances: 4L, 2L, 5L

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A first winner in his own name for former jockey turned handler, Richie Harding. Scene Not Herd was always prominent in this fast run contest and won cosily under James Hannon. Harding indicated that his charge will go for a bumper next, unless sold beforehand.

1. (Div 2) 12:30 Tattersalls Ireland 4yo Maiden

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9 ran | Distances: 15L, 6L, 15L

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A very impressive winner in the the Pat Doyle trained Bob Olinger. Having been prominent all the way, the Sholokhov gelding quickened up well to score comfortably for owner/breeder Kenneth Parkhill. The winner is most likely sales bound now.

2. 13:00 The Tipperary Cheese Company 5yo Geldings Maiden

7 ran | Distances: 12L, 2L, 1L

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Templebredin takes the five-year-old geldings maiden for Sam Curling and local owner Mary Teresa O'Brien from Thurles. Curling indicated that his charge will now go for a winners' race and potentially a hunter chase in the future.

3. 13:30 Gain Equine Nutrition & Ballinroe International Horse Transport 5yo+ Mares Maiden

11 ran | Distances: 5L, 3L, 10L

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Champagne Beauty takes the mares' maiden for trainer/owner/breeder Pat Fitzgerald from Inch in County Cork. She is Pat's only horse in training and will most likely contest a winners' race next.

4. 14:00 Local Trainers & Quinlan Transport Mares Winner Of Two

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8 ran | Distances: 4L, 5L

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Shoot To Fame takes an eventful mares' winners race with the challenging Chenery unseating Richie Kiely on the flat between the last two fences. With winning handler Sean Doyle absent, Harley Dunne said he always thought a lot of the mare and another winners race could be on the cards.

5. 14:30 Lorcan ORiordan Farrier & Members of Golden Vale Hunt Open- Novice Riders

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11 ran | Distances: hd, 3L, 1L

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A red letter day for 19 year old Peter Kavanagh from Wexford who guided the former Jonjo O'Neill trained Mad Jack Mytton to victory to record his first ever winner. He just hung on to beat Cappacurry Zak in a thrilling finish.

6. 15:00 Dew Valley Foods & Centenary Agri Thurles 6yo+ Maiden

6 ran | Distances: ¾L, 10L

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A double on the day for Sam Curling whose Personal Coach took the concluding contest in the hands of Pa King. Second at Loughanmore last time out, he went one better here when beating Robin Is Ready in a tight finish. Curling reported that he will go for a winners contest next.