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Tom Weekes

Tom Weekes

Enright shrugs off shoulder injury with a second winner

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Mark Enright registered his second winner on his second day back race-riding at Sligo today as last year's Galway Plate winner steered Trendsetter to win the Clayton Hotel Handicap Hurdle for trainer Brian Cawley.

Enright returned to action with a winning comeback ride on An Fearchain at Cork on Friday and today steered Trendsetter to an easy five lengths win over City Limits

Regarding his injury Enright said “I broke two bones in my shoulder at Fairyhouse in the Irish National and was out for about 13 weeks. It took longer than we thought, and two winners from three rides since I’ve come back is not too bad!”

He added “Brian Cawley’s brother Alain told me to ride him with plenty of confidence and see what happens. He travelled with me everywhere, and with just 9st11lb on his back he was getting plenty of weight but he did it well.”

Quotes from Alan Magee