MID ANTRIM (H) at Toomebridge, Saturday 1st October 2022

1. 14:00 In Memory of Marshall Fleming 4yo Mares Maiden

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7 ran | Distances: 6L, 11L, 4L

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Colin Bowe gets the season off to a flyer with this well supported daughter of Flemensfirth who jumped with plenty of zest throughout to win with ease under Barry O'Neill. The winner makes it third time lucky and is now sales bound.

2. 14:30 Dennison Commercials 4yo Geldings Maiden

6 ran | Distances: hd, 17L, 6L

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Waspy, who was just touched off at Dromahane in May, jumps omniously well throughout to hold off the sustained challenge of Kap Chidley to make it an opening double on the card for Bowe and O'Neill.

3. 15:00 RayMart 5yo Geldings Maiden

8 ran | Distances: 5L, 11L, 3½L

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Haddock De Grissay, who ran well when only beaten six and a half lengths in a Killbeggan bumper, makes very smooth headway to score by five lengths from Ballygeary who ran a fine race in second, pulling clear of the third.

4. 15:30 Dennison JCB Winner Of One

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5 ran | Distances: 3L, 1L, 30L

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It's a double on the card for Mary Ellen Doyle as the 4/5 Favourite son of Shirocco backs up his Dromahane win to strike by an eased down 3 lengths and will now look for a winner of two event.

5. 16:00 Tattersalls NH 5yo+ Mares Maiden

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4 ran | Distances: 4½L, 1L,

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** After a steward's enquiry, Kalnoo was disqualified from first place for taking the wrong course***Track form comes to the fore here with Sam Curling's Kalnoo, who was placed in a Kilbeggan maiden hurdle back in May, making all under a well judged ride from Pa King, holding off a late challenge from Frankly Fine.

6. 16:30 James Kernohan & Sons Ltd 6yo+ Geldings Maiden

5 ran | Distances: 5L, 3L

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Well supported in the market, Caroline McCaldin's Ballymagee, who brought course form to the table when third in a Catterick Novice Hurdle, jumped and travelled well throughout to win convincingly.

WESTMEATH (F) at Castletown-geoghegan, Sunday 2nd October 2022

1. 14:00 Tattersalls NH 4yo Maiden

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8 ran | Distances: 2½L, 3½L, 3L

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The Warren Ewing trained Rock My Way stepped up from his third placed effort at Loughanmore over Easter, by leading from two out in the hands of Dara McGill to beat long time leader Painted Wolf. The towering Rock My way, a son of Getaway, will now be sold.

2. 14:30 5&6yo Mares Maiden

5 ran | Distances: 2½L, 5L, 5L

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Lough Na Fooey, having shaped well in points last term and also hurdling over the summer, made her first start for handler Leslie Young a winning one by leading from two out with Johnny Barry to beat Ballinclay Court by two and a half lengths. The Virtual sired Lough Na Fooey is now likely to return to hurdling duty.

3. 15:00 Brosna Paints Ltd Winner Of Two

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5 ran | Distances: 5L, 4L, 6L

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Lights Are Green, runner up in a Loughrea adjacent hunts maiden last season, made his initial start for County Cork owner/trainer John O'Donovan a winning one when bravely coming a second time for Joanna Walton to lead at the last to beat Cappajune Lady by a widening five lengths. The five year old Lights Are Green will probably now contest a winners race.

4. 15:30 Galileo Chrome 5&6yo Geldings Maiden

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6 ran | Distances: 2L, 4½L

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Hills Of Glory vindicated last season's promise by leading from the last with his owner/trainer John Walsh's son James to beat Hornet Nolimit. The winner, a close relation to Ferny Hollow, is now likely to be sold.

5. 16:00 Shortall Transport Open- Novice Riders

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4 ran | Distances: 2½L, 3L, 10L

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The Gordon Elliott trained Hardline, a former eight-time track winner in the Gigginstown House Stud silks that was successful at Grade 1 level, made a winning return to points duty whilst providing 19 year old Luke Galligan from Kells in County Meath with a first winner on his initial points ride. He led from before two out to beat favourite Some Man by two and a half lengths.

6. 16:30 Mullingar Autos 6yo+ Maiden

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11 ran | Distances: 4L, 3½L, 2L

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19 year old Alan O'Sullivan, a first year Biological Sciences student in CIT, partnered his third winner aboard his uncle Eugene O'Sullivan's Headscratcher in this closing contest. The seven-year-old Headscratcher led from three out to beat Cool Captain in a race that saw 9 of the 11 runners complete the course.