Yulong Gold Fairy took the Coolmore Stud Home Of Champions Concorde Stakes for the second year running at Tipperary.
The four-year-old was with his first start for Jim Bolger – and – success arrived at the main cost of Dermot Weld, who coached her to property that Group Three prize in 2018.
The Rosewell handler was accountable this time, but also the favourite had no answer to Yulong Gold Fairys turn of foot
Kevin Manning made the 5-1 opportunity to make her bid at the middle of the course, along with the daughter of Mount Nelson crossed the line three-quarters of an interval to the good.
It moved fairly simple from flag-fall – also it had been my first time to ride her, said Manning.
It was her first time working to the yard – and she had been also a very, very excellent filly before and enjoys that floor.
She did it quite nicely and appears to deal with the ground well. She was really straightforward.
Later demonstrating his versatility davids Charm is set to return to the Flat for the Cesarewitch.
Ballyoisin and petit Mouchoir set a scorching speed until the latter – the comeback ride following months outside injuured of Barry Geraghty – diminished before the last, and then the grey of Henry Bromhead also had no longer to give into the right back.
Davids Charm (6-4 favourite) was in management under Phillip Enright, also John Joe Walshs likeable Milan gelding sauntered away to beat Plinth from 12 lengths.
Walsh said:Phillip Enright gave him a fantastic ride. He said it was just like a bit of work . They moved up front, and Phillip was happy to sit down off it and allow him ease into the race.
He had no difficult race and provided he has come out of this alright, hell go for the Cesarewitch next Sunday.
Hes been some horse for us. Before now, he had roughly E230,000 won between everything and another almost 40 grand today.
Enright completed a double on Share The Honour (5-1) for coach Tony Martin at the Fitzgeralds Woodlands Hotel Adare Handicap Hurdle.
Share The Honours half-brother Sunchart (11-10 favorite ) ran out a convincing winner of the Athassel House Stud Irish EBF Maiden for its uncle-and-nephew team of trainer Andy Slattery and jockey Ben Coen.
Runner-up on his only start, the son of Teofilo pulled away from the final furlong to win by four and four lengths from Sacramento.
Ben stated he enhanced from Listowel, and hell improve again because he was green enough, said Slattery.
He was enough at the parade ring now also, and I believe we will give him a second run in the (Group Three) Eyrefield Stakes (in Leopardstown).
Robin De Carlow (5-1) stuck on gamely to take the Grade Three honours in the Like A Butterfly Novice Chase.
Danny Mullins drove the Willie mare out to watch off the prominent Put The Kettle On.
The rider said:She is a good mare and has had winter shape before over hurdles – and now that the rain is coming, she would come in to her own over fences.
She remains further on summer ground, but on winter ground she has a bit of toe over these slightly shorter trips.
Turnpike Trip (6-4 favorite ) defeated a mistake in the last flight to to win the Joe Mac Novice Hurdle.
Charles Byrnes five-year-old had been four lengths clear if he stumbled on before regaining in Kevun Brouders hands to maintain Razoul and obtained the obstacle wrong.
He seems OK today, and were hoping hell be – because it did look horrible, said Byrnes.
He slipped in the floor and did well to win, and was moving away at the point.