"She did it easy and I felt as soon as I turned in she was always going to win," reported Oisin Orr after guiding home Creeping Ivy a smooth winner of the opening division of the Crowne Plaza Hotel Dundalk Handicap.
Graignamanagh's Danny Sheehy landed the preceding heat at Dundalk and it was another jockey from the County Kilkenny village that was on the mark in the sixth event on the polytrack. Shane Foley brought up a double for his boss, Michael Halford, aboard Yamato in the Irishinjuredjockeys.com Handicap.
Danny Sheehy rode his second winner when again teaming up with trainer Adrian Keatley to take the spoils with Mo Henry in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Handicap.
Gorane came on sufficiently from her debut here twelve days ago when sixth, to spring a 20/1 surprise for Henry de Bromhead and his wife Heather in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund Maiden (Plus 10 Race) at Dundalk.