Godolphin's great start to the season continued as Sudden Wonder edged out Observational in Newmarket's £200,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Trophy.
Jason Maguire showed he is on the mend by attending Cheltenham races on Thursday as he recuperates from the serious injury that caused him to miss the Festival last month.
Parsnip Pete will aim to add to his Aintree success at the Punchestown Festival.
Tom George hopes Module can enhance his reputation in the Boylesports.com Champion Chase at the Punchestown Festival after being denied the chance to run at Aintree at the 11th hour.
The Meath Foxhounds and Tara Harriers point-to-point on Sunday, 27th April has been cancelled.
Tim Doyle's Mallowney is likely to put his Punchestown Festival credentials on the line at Fairyhouse on Sunday as long as the ground is not too fast.
Action returns at Ballinrobe next Tuesday and the ground at the County Mayo track is currently soft.
True Story looked every inch a horse with a bright future when landing the Listed ebm-papst Feilden Stakes at Newmarket in good style.
Niall McCullagh made his intentions known from an early stage in the Dundalk Stadium On Facebook Maiden and he had a willing partner in Rocky Bleier in the concluding extended ten furlong contest.
They both had promising first starts to their respective names, one 17 days ago, the other 221 days back. If anyone was in any doubt about which way to go in advance of the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Fillies Maiden at Dundalk, the market clarified things as winner Lahinch Classics was hammered into favouritism and duly obliged.
Patrolman justified the faith of those that backed him from 8/1 (bigger this morning) into 5/1 joint favouritism for the Mid-Term Madness At Dundalk Stadium Handicap.
The Champions Restaurant At Dundalk Stadium Fillies Maiden was supposed to be all about one of the best non-winners in training getting off the mark. However Carla Bianca (4/9) wasn't able to build on her impressive juvenile form as the mile event heralded the arrival of a talented Sea The Stars filly in Stars So Bright.
There was a pretty gripping conclusion to the Dundalk Racecourse Of The Year Handicap for backers and connections of the first four home as just a head, a short head and a nose separated them. The Colin Keane-ridden Princess Tamay (10/1) was the one that came out on top.
We had a third winning favourite in as many races and there was further joy for the many followers of the bang-in-form Paul Deegan yard as Prince Of All made all under Chris Hayes to take the Listed Patton Stakes.
Following wins on the level lately for Thomas Edison, Iveagh Gardens, Waaheb and Christopher Wren (cross-channel), J P McManus struck again on the flat when Fine Cut made it back to back wins on the polytrack in the Hen & Stag Packages At Dundalk Stadium Handicap.
Bill Turner's Abscent Friends got first-season sire Showcasing off the mark last week. He was second on start two at Newmarket today and the Whitsbury Manor Stud stallion got another winner on the board courtesy of the impressive Sean Jones-owned, Ger Lyons-trained Cappella Sansevero in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Median Auction Maiden at Dundalk.
Sandiva laid down her Classic credentials in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket.
Magnus Maximus (25-1) was a surprise winner of Newmarket's £100,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Sprint.
4.35 Rock Critic
5.35 Wood Violet
2.05 Flementime , Molly's A Diva
3.15 Natural Spring
4.25 Clerk's Choice , Trackmate , Upswing
5.30 Caldey , Vicky's Charm
2.20 Nouvelle Ere , Satellite , Lady Lovelace
2.55 Ophir , Shafrah
5.10 Perfect Light
5.40 Trip To Paris , Lungarno Palace
4.15 El Beau
Dermot Weld looks to have a strong hand at Tipperary on Thursday, with Edelmira an exciting newcomer in the Book Online At tipperaryraces.ie Fillies Maiden.
Prince Of All (15-8 favourite) bridged the gap to Listed company with a decisive triumph in the Patton Stakes at Dundalk.
Jockey Michael Butler landed a double at Tramore, including victory aboard Preswell Lad in the Live The Dream With The Tote Handicap Chase.
Denis Hogan's versatile gelding Inis Meain took the return to Flat racing in his stride as he led all the way to land the Irish Field Alleged Stakes at the Curragh.
Fascinating Rock advertised his claims for a Classic run with a superb performance to take the PW McGrath Memorial Ballysax Stakes at Navan.