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Runner-up Learn leads the field into the straight as eventual winner Riviera Poet (in second) chases him down at Galway on Monday evening.
Fosters Cross cruises into the straight with Colin Motherway aboard as the rest of the field struggle to chase him down in the feature race at Galway on Monday evening.
Truckers Delight almost loses his rider Andrew McNamara at the last with the winner Sarteano racing clear at Galway on Tuesday evening.
Pick the winner from here! Stunning View, third from the left, comes through under Pat Smullen to land the spoils in the Tote Mile from Royal Blue Star (leading the field).
Drumfire lands very awkwardly over the last as Galileo's Choice gets away from it quick and goes on to win the opener at Galway on Wednesday afternoon.
Lucky Wish falls at the last for the second year running in the Galway Plate and is about to bring down Matuhi, as Wise Old Owl leads the field with the winner Blazing Tempo coming on the outside.
Gracchus jumps the last in second (leader Spill the Beans, not pictured) with the eventual winner Down In Neworleans & Danny Mullins about to deliver their challenge.
Runners line up in front of the packed enclosures at Galway on Ladies Day (Thursday) for the two and a half mile Novice Hurdle, which was won by Tavern Times (orange & black).
Sam Bass under Willie Supple holds on in front from the late challenge of Harangue (maroon & white) with Monte Carlo in between them on Friday evening at Galway.
Moscow Mannon (inside) battles on gamely under Declan Lavery to hold off the challenge of Robin Angevin & Patrick Mullins in the last at Galway on Saturday.