Trainer Henry De Bromhead followed up Wednesday's Naas big-meeting double with another winner at Dundalk today as his Mosala landed the Follow Us On Twitter @DundalkStadium Maiden under Champion Jockey Colin Keane.
The son of Kodiac carried career form-figures of '0552422' into today's race and started favourite for the first time, as he justified his 5/4 price in beating runner-up Tooreen Angel by two lengths.
De Bromhead, successful previously with handicap chase winner Epson Du Houx and Grade 1 winner Bob Olinger on Wednesday wasn't present and afterwards jockey Keane stated “he deserved that, to be fair to him, as he's after running well in defeat on his last couple of runs.
“The step up in trip obviously suited him and he's a horse that could even get a little bit further in time.
“He's not your typical Kodiac, he's a big scopey horse that goes a trip. I'm sure he'll even jump a hurdle in time and he's in the right hands for that.