Brown Panther gave owner Michael Owen, trainer Tom Dascombe and jockey Richard Kingscote a first Classic success when he galloped all over the opposition in the Irish St Leger.
Gleneagles provided Aidan O’Brien with his ninth winner of the Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes when justifying odds of 1/3 at the Curragh.
Cursory Glance topped off a dream weekend for Roger Varian and Andrea Atzeni when taking the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes on the back of Kinston Hill’s success in the St Leger yesterday.
Tarfasha appreciated the drop back to a mile and a quarter when taking the Moyglare “Jewels” Blandford Stakes in convincing fashion at the Curragh.
Stepper Point impressed with all the way success in the Group 3 Derrinstown Stud Flying Five Stakes at the Curragh.
Lord Ben gave Johnny Burke a double at Listowel today as he made all in the two and a half mile Kerry Group handicap chase.
Midterm Break caused a 16/1 surprise when taking the €200,000 Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sale Stakes at the Curragh.
Adjusted foiled Panama Hat’s bid for a six-timer as he beat him into second in the ‘Northfields’ Handicap at the Curragh.
English raider Watchable struck in the 150,000 euro ‘Bold Lad’ sprint handicap at the Curragh for David O’Meara and Daniel Tudhope.
Champions Day at Ascot is the likely next port of call for Australia following his shock defeat at Leopardstown on Saturday.
Dual Champion Jockey Paul Carberry returned to action, following injury, with a win on his first ride back when making all on Noel Meade's bold jumping Thomond, in the Cheestrings Beginners Chase at Listowel today.
The money was down on Fearachain in the bumper at Listowel and the money was picked up with healthy interest as he scored at 5/2.
Hell Cat Maggie brought up her treble in great style with a comprehensive five and a half length victory in the mares handicap hurdle at Listowel.
Just the five hoses went to post for the Kerry Group Hurdle for three-year-olds in Listowel, but they were evenly matched as all held chances before Ken Condon’s Celtic Artisan prevailed.
Despite being far from fluent throughout, Bosman Rule proved to be much too good for his seven rivals in the three mile maiden hurdle at Listowel that kicked off the seven day Harvest Festival.
Jockey Jonathan Burkemaintained his recent hot streak when steering the Tony Martin trained and Gigginstown House Stud owned The Plan Man to win the Kerrymaid Hurdle at Listowel today.
Last year's Epsom Derby hero Ruler Of The World benefited from a well executed front-running ride from Frankie Dettori as he made a winning return to action in the Prix Foy at Longchamp.
Adelaide finished an unlucky third in the Qatar Prix Niel at Longchamp.
Treve was only fourth as Baltic Baroness recorded a surprise success in the Prix Vermeille at Longchamp.
12.30 Spirit Quartz , One Chance
1.00 Athlete Del Sol
5.00 Borea Bere
2.05 Out Do
5.20 Blazing Rose
2.20 Rock Lodge , Stonehall Jack
3.55 The Bold Beckey
4.30 Old Theatre Royal , The Mooch
5.30 Gladiator King
2.15 Master Of Suspense
5.25 Miss Minuty , Penny Pepper , Quite A Story
3.30 Honey Required
4.05 Every Time
Aidan O'Brien has landed three of the last four renewals of Listowel's Irish Stallion Farms EBF Premier Nursery Handicap and is responsible for a third of this year's line-up.
The final day of Irish Champions Weekend sees another glittering array of equine talent contesting five Group races, including three top-level events, at the Curragh.
Brown Panther (14-1) landed his first Group One with a runaway victory in the Palmerstown House Irish St Leger at the Curragh.
The Grey Gatsby (7-1) sprung a surprise by beating hot favourite Australia in the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.
Kevin Prendergast enjoyed a double at Down Royal, culminating in The Scourge's success in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.
Coolfighter registered his fourth victory on the bounce in the Cahir Handicap at Clonmel.