Yulong Gold Fairy wins the Concorde Stakes at Tipperary

Yulong Gold Fairy took the Coolmore Stud Home Of Champions Concorde Stakes for the second year running in Tipperary.

The four-year-old was with his first start to Jim Bolger – and – victory came at the primary expense.
The Rosewell handler was responsible for Imaging that time, but the favourite had no answer to Yulong Gold Fairys turn of foot
Kevin Manning produced the 5-1 chance to create her bidding at the centre of the course, along with the daughter of Mount Nelson crossed the line three-quarters of a length to the good.
It moved fairly straightforward from flag-fall – also it had been my first time to ride , said Manning.
It had been her first time running for your yard – and that she had been a very, very great filly before and enjoys that floor.
She did it quite well and seems to handle the ground nicely. She was quite straightforward.
Davids Charm is set to return to this Flat to the Irish Cesarewitch after showing his versatility.
Petit Mouchoir and Ballyoisin establish a scorching speed before the latter – Barry Geraghtys comeback ride after a few months outside injuured – weakened ahead of the final, then the grey of Henry de Bromhead had no more to give into the straight.
Davids Charm (6-4 favorite ) was in hands beneath Phillip Enright, and John Joe Walshs likeable Milan gelding sauntered off to beat Plinth by 12 lengths.
Walsh said:Phillip Enright gave him a terrific ride. He stated it was like a bit of work for him. They went up the front, and Phillip was happy to sit down it and allow him ease into the race.
Hed no tricky race and he has come out of this okay, he will go for the Cesarewitch following Sunday.
Hes been a horse to us. Before now, he had roughly E230,000 won between every thing and yet another almost 40 grand today.
Enright finished a double on Share The Honour (5-1) for trainer Tony Martin in the Fitzgeralds Woodlands Hotel Adare Handicap Hurdle.
Share The Honours half-brother Sunchart (11-10 favorite ) ran out a convincing winner of this Athassel House Stud Irish EBF Maiden for its uncle-and-nephew team of coach Andy Slattery and jockey Ben Coen.
Runner-up in his previous start, the son of Teofilo pulled away in the last furlong to win by four and also four lengths .
Ben said he enhanced from Listowel, and he will improve again because he was green enough, said Slattery.
He was enough in the parade ring now also, and I believe well give him a second run at the (Group Three) Eyrefield Stakes (at Leopardstown).
Robin De Carlow (5-1) stuck on gamely to choose the Grade Three honours from the Just Like A Butterfly Novice Chase.
Danny Mullins drove from the Willie mare to see off the outstanding Put The Kettle On by half-a-length.
The winning rider said:Shes a good mare and has had winter form before over hurdles – and now that the rain is coming, she might come into her own over fences.
She remains farther on summer floor, but on winter ground she has a bit of toe over those slightly shorter excursions
Turnpike Trip (6-4 favorite ) overcame a mistake in the final flight to to win against the Joe Mac Novice Hurdle.
Charles Byrnes five-year-old was four lengths clear if he stumbled before regaining to maintain Razoul and got the obstacle wrong.
He seems OK today, and were hoping hell be because it did look nasty, said Byrnes.
He slipped from the floor and did well to win, and was moving away at the point.

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