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Runners in the banks race at Punchestown on Saturday make their way over Ruby's Double with the eventual winner Scotsirish second from the right under Patrick Mullins.
Maccas Lad provided his trainer Oliver Brady and his rider Ger Fox with a double at Punchestown on Saturday after he took the bumper in good style.
Davy Condon aboard Dariak is led in by owner Adrienne Foley after the grey won at Punchestown on Saturday.
Not For Converting (left) & Dedigout (right) jump the last together at Punchestown yesterday before the latter stayed on best to score under Davy Russell.
Canaille under ten pound claimer Kevin Sexton crosses the line in front in the Nursery at Dundalk on Friday in good style for her trainer Jessica Harrington.
Miss Pepperpot survived this first fence mistake before going on to score at Thurles on Thursday under Brian O'Connell, quickly following up on her victory at Naas the previous Saturday.
Lord Windermere under Tom Doyle puts in a tidy jump over the last on his way to a surprise win for his trainer Jim Culloty at Thurles on Thursday.
Ceol Rua under Ruby Walsh puts in a great leap at the last on her way to victory at Fairyhouse on Wednesday.
Luddsdenene crashes out at the second last under Declan Bates at Limerick last Monday leaving Rockyaboya (red & blue) to come home a clear winner under Patrick Mullins.
From left to right: Paddy Mangan, Rossa Parks, Gareth Aherne (owner) and Sean Aherne (trainer) are all smiles after their win at Limerick last Monday.