Lets Mingle (Walk In The Park) winning the 4YO Mares Maiden Point-To-Point at Loughanmore

Five More Point-to-Point Incentive Winners!

Following the weekend’s point-to-point action, five more breeders are in line for a €1,000 credit under the Coolmore N.H. Sires incentive scheme.

At Curraghmore on Saturday, €70,000 Derby Sale purchase Disguisedlimit (Mahler), bred by Anthony Keane Jnr, made an impressive winning debut in the 5YO Geldings Maiden for Donnchadh Doyle.

The same day at Loughanmore, Lets Mingle (Walk In The Park), bred by James Luttrell, was another to make a winning debut (pictured). This Arkle Sale graduate landed the 4YO Mares Maiden from Lyle View (Mahler) the pair seven lengths clear of the third.

At Dromahane on Sunday the winners of the three 4YO races were all sired by former Coolmore N.H. Sires. The 4YO Mares Maiden was won by the Paul Pierce-trained newcomer Fireball Frenzy (Kingston Hill) bred by Sean Gorman.

In the first division of the 4YO Geldings Maiden, Full Confession (Kingston Hill), bred by Willian Treacy, made a winning debut for owner/trainer Michael P Ryan from Colligan in Co. Waterford.

The second division saw another successful newcomer in the shape of Dalston Lad (Ocovango), bred by John & Caroline Bourke’s Longrove Stud, bringing up a double for Paul Pierce. Amongst the high-profile graduates from Longrove Stud is the popular veteran Brewin’upastorm (Milan) who gave Olly Murphy a first success in Ireland when landing a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse’s Easter Festival.