3.25 Rathbarry & Glenview Studs 3m Mares Mdn Hunters Chase
Osca Loco justified her favouritism when securing success in the Rathbarry and Glenview Studs mares' hunter chase under the guidance of Chris O'Donovan. The Mick Winters-trained mare came into the contest having enjoyed consecutive pointing successes.
The daughter of Oscar secured both the five-year-old-and-upwards mares maiden at Belharbour and the mares winners' of one at Knockanard in February. Bred and owned by the late Carl Beame, the six-year-old defeated the Timothy Doyle-trained Trumps Ace by a comprehensive 13 lengths.
4.10 Coolmore National Hunt Sires Maiden Hunters Steeplechase
The Richie Black-trained Casey Jem recorded success in the Coolmore National Hunt Sires Maiden Hunter Chase in the hands of Wexford rider Luke Murphy. The son of Jeremy defeated the Sean McParlan-trained Hi Murphy by a distance of nine lengths to secure his third success of the season.
The winner had previously won the five-year-old geldings maiden at Tallow and the winners' of one at Durrow earlier this spring. The runner up, ridden by Noel McParlan, had previously finished fourth in the hunters chase at Down Royal last month. Bright Rhett took third while Myrons filled up fourth place.
4.45 Jack Tyner Memorial 2m4f Hunters Chase
The Eugene O'Sullivan-trained It Came To Pass took the Jack Tyner Memorial hunters chase defeating the even money favourite Billaway by a distance of seven-and-a-half lengths under Maxine O'Sullivan. The nine-year-old son of Brian Boru, has enjoyed plenty of success this season having won his last two starts for owner Allurie O'Sullivan. The €12,000 store won the open races at Lismore and Dromahane and has also got two more placings to his name in open company for the season.
The Willie Mullins handled runner up, Billaway, was coming off the back of a 17-length success in the hunters chase at Downpatrick in March. Holly Flight took third for Paul O'Flynn and Macs Legend finished fourth for Gerard Kelleher.
5.20 Pegus Horse Feed Point-To-Point Bumper
The ten-runner Pegus Horse Feed Point-To-Point Bumper went to Jack Hackett in the hands of Aaron Murphy for Sean Reilly and Ciaran Murphy. The son of Beat Hollow, who won on his last start at Durrow, got the better of the Brain Jordan-trained Costalotmore. The runner up, ridden by Mark Scallan has enjoyed two pointing successes to date this season for breeder/owner Desmond Ellard. The daughter of Jeremy, Miss Pernickety, finished up in third.
5.50 Cork & Waterford Mares Point-To-Point Bumper
The Robert Murphy trained Mare was last seen when winning the five-year-old and upwards mares at Ballynoe last month.