After Pat Smullen's win in the opener at Ballybrit, Colin Keane struck back to go one up again in the race to be champion jockey. Keane landed race four, the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Fillies Maiden (Plus 10 Race) on Coeur D'Amour.
Sixty six to one chance Bracklin Princess ran a big race as the Clearys attempted to win the Sean Cleary Memorial Fillies Maiden at Galway. She eventually faded into fourth as the top three in the betting came to the fore, led home by 7/2 chance Dawn Choir.
Gavin Cromwell saddled the second, fourth and fifth home but it was his County Meath-based training colleague John McConnell that emerged with the spoils after the Galway Apprentice Handicap. McConnell's Get Out Of Jail came out on top with jockey Conor McGovern sporting the familiar Rockview Racing Club silks.
The Joseph O’Brien trained High Language was a late withdrawal from the featured Listed Oyster Stakes at Galway today, with her declared rider Padraig Beggy failing to get to the racecourse on time, following an earlier attempt to substitute jockeys in the race.