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Review dundalk 10th Dec

Shannon Soul (Shane Foley) gets home from Solomon Northup (Fran Berry) and Navegante (Connor King)Shannon Soul (Shane Foley) gets home from Solomon Northup (Fran Berry) and Navegante (Connor King)
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< Hes Our Music (11-4) registered his fifth career success & ndash; all of which have come at Dundalk & ndash; in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Race & Stay Handicap.

Pat Flynn's gelding didn't enjoy a lot of luck when third behind Ned's Indian here last month but turned the tables.

He took the lead off tearaway pacesetter Long Journey Home and although his stride shortened in the closing stages, he had enough in the tank to repel Ned's Indian by half a length.< Shannon Soul showed tremendous resolution to make all in the Irish Stallion Farms European Breeders Fund (C & G) Maiden.

Mick Halford's colt was sent off the 8-11 favourite on the back of an encouraging debut effort but looked a sitting duck when Solomon Northup loomed up and then newcomer Navegante challenged.

But he responded to all of Shane Foley's urgings and flashed across the line a head to the good.< Vitally Important was a most impressive winner of the Dundalk Stadium & ndash; Light Up Your Night Maiden.

The Andy Oliver-trained son of Pivotal was tasting competitive action for the first time but looks likely to make up for lost time, judging by his four-and-a-half-length demolition of Emiest Rose

Ana O'Brien brought Tsar Paul (7-2) with a perfectly-timed run to claim the spoils in the Crowne Plaza Of Dundalk Handicap.

Burdened with a 5lb penalty for last Friday's seven-furlong success here, the James Nash-trained veteran underlined his current well-being with a length defeat of Times In Anatefka < Doc Holliday and Dashwood went toe to toe for much of the www.dundalkstadium.com Claiming Race and only a short head separated them at the line, with Dashwood (7-2) just getting the better of the argument.

Doc Holliday's trainer Edward Lynam gained some compensation when his Armed Guard kept going to claim a share of the spoils with the fast-finishing Well Insured in the Crowne Plaza Leading Jockey & Trainer Championship Handicap.