Queen Jane and Rachael Blackmore (nearest)© Photo Healy Racing
The Henry de Bromhead-trained Queen Jane made it two from two over fences with a convincing success in the novice handicap chase at Limerick.
Having scored on her chase debut at Clonmel last month the Mahler mare went straight into handicap company and was a 3/1 shot to follow up.
Rachael Blackmore held her mount up in the two-mile-one contest before taking closer order three from home.
She tackled front-runner Battle Of Mirbat at the penultimate fence and a good jump at the last propelled her to a four-and-three-parts-of-a-length success.
"She is very intelligent and has really taken to jumping fences and has improved again from Clonmel the last day. She is a really nice mare, loves jumping and got into a lovely rhythm today,” said Blackmore.
"Every jockey would love to heading out in a beginners chase on one of Henry's - he does an incredible job. Her improvement has been massive over fences and hopefully she keeps going."
(Quotes by Tom Weekes)