Wings And Wands (Wing of Eagles) wins at Borris House

Seven More Point-to-Point Incentive Winners!

Seven more breeders qualified for €1,000 credits under the Coolmore N.H. Sires point-to-point scheme on a busy weekend.

At Ballysteen on Saturday, the 4YO Maiden saw Nadia’s Boy (Getaway), out of the Flynn family’s Grade 3 winner Just Janice, make a winning debut for Aidan Fitzgerald and the Cobajay Syndicate while Way Down South (Ocovango), bred by the Roundhill Syndicate, got off the mark for Michael & Caitrioana Goff in the 5YO Geldings Maiden.

In the 4YO Maiden at Loughanmore the same day, Talk To The Man (Walk In The Park), bred by Edmond Coleman out of an unraced own-sister to Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Lord Windermere, became the latest Donnchadh Doyle-trained newcomer to score in impressive fashion.

On Sunday at Borris House Wings And Wands (pictured), bred by Miss Hannah Cashman from the first Irish-bred crop of Wings of Eagles, made a winning debut for Pierce Power in the 4YO Mares Maiden.

The 5YO Geldings Maiden at the same venue saw the well-supported Inishbabro (Soldier of Fortune), bred by Paula Murphy & Eadaoin Byrne, score by 10 lengths for handler Jonathan Fogarty.

At Tattersalls, Classic Creek, bred by Mill House Stud & Mr N Farrell, made it yet another impressive 4YO Maiden winner for Walk In The Park when scoring by 10 lengths first time out for Cormac Doyle.

Later on the card Shattered Soldier (Soldier of Fortune), bred by Mrs Mary O’Connor out of an unraced own-sister to multiple Grade 1 winner First Lieutenant, bolted up by 20 lengths in the 5YO Geldings Maiden to cap a great weekend for the Coolmore N.H. sires.