Hurricane Fly, one of the greatest hurdlers in the history of jumps racing, has been retired.
Willie Mullins has saluted the retiring Hurricane Fly as a "legend of a horse".
Double Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton was agonisingly denied a fairytale victory on her first ride as a fully-fledged amateur jockey at Ripon.
Fact Or Folklore was popular in the betting from earlier in the day, for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF (Fillies) Handicap at Roscommon, and the 5/1 chance proved up to the task under Wayne Lordan.
Cnoc Na Sioga showed the benefit of a run on the level at Wexford on Saturday, to land the Joe Rea Memorial Handicap Chase at Downpatrick, for John Ryan and Andrew Lynch.
Don Vincenzo surged home to cut down Feel The Air and win the extended two mile five handicap hurdle at Downpatrick by a length and a quarter.
Odds-on favourite Phantom Prince got off the mark at the first attempt over fences, when best in the Magners Forbidden Flavours Beginners Chase at Downpatrick under Robbie Power.
The Kevin Prendergast-trained Zakhrafa left her previous form behind when claiming the seven-furlong handicap in good style at Roscommon.
Special Focus was entitled to gain an initial win at this stage, on start number six, and in possession of a rating of 87. The important bracket was duly achieved for the Intense Focus filly, in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden at Roscommon.
Sligo trainer Mark McNiff has every right to be proud of his handling of Mr Mulliner, and the Millenary six-year-old made it three from three since joining the yard, when triumphant in race three, the Willie Murphy Jewellers, Downpatrick Handicap Hurdle.
Aidan O'Brien's Kilclispeen saw off Barrack Street to land the spoils in the two mile seven maiden hurdle at Downpatrick.
Competing for the fourth time for Celbridge-based owner, Martin Bambrick, Killiney Court (8/11) justified his odds in style under Mikey Fogarty in the opening Magners Original Cider Maiden Hurdle at Downpatrick.
Hurricane Fly, Jezki, Binocular, Hardy Eustace and current reigning champion Faugheen will be part of the star studded line up in the Parade of Champions on Day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend at the Curragh.
Tac De Boistron could take his chance in the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St. Leger at the Curragh on September 13.
Sir Michael Stoute described Telescope as "a model of consistency" after owners Highclere Thoroughbred Racing confirmed the Royal Ascot winner's retirement.
A return to Ireland is under consideration for Line Of Reason after he was narrowly touched off in the Beverley Bullet on Saturday.
Davy Russell could out of action for the next two months after he suffered a broken arm and a broken foot in a fall at Cork on Sunday.
The Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes is the likely next objective for Marco Botti's globetrotting filly Euro Charline.
Affinisea, John Oxx's promising once-raced maiden winner, will miss the rest of the season after suffering an injury.
5.25 Athassel , Hard Times , Native County
7.55 Double Take , Rich Danger
2.10 Celebration Day , Mr Marbin , Wynford
2.45 Charmy , Lady President
3.55 Iguacu , Binky Blue
5.35 Baltic Prince
1.55 Magical Daze
2.30 Lembit And Butler , Soiree
12.45 Farmtruck , Great Colaci , Way Ahead
1.15 Luath , Street Outlaw
1.50 Gabrial The Thug , Hidden Asset
3.00 Percy's Gal
3.35 Chivers , Braes Of Lochalsh , Chevalgris
4.10 Full Speed , Spirit Of The Sea
4.40 Tango Sky
3.45 Wayward Hoof
4.20 Our Boy Jack
4.55 Doctor Watson
5.30 Syrian , Nonagon , Kay Gee Be
2.50 Bond Starprincess
3.25 King's Chorister
4.35 Rowdy Rocher , Sean Airgead
5.10 Captain Brown , What A Steel
12.30 Formal Bid , Watt Broderick
1.00 Manger Hanagment , Table Bluff
1.30 Lee Side Lady , Bulletproof
2.05 King's Legacy , Milgen Bay , Kyles Faith
2.40 Stun Gun , Cearys
3.15 Vendredi Trois , Element Quartet
3.50 Prince Of Silver
Lots Of Memories features in an interesting Oran Hurdle at Roscommon on Monday.
Bocca Baciata ran out a very emphatic winner of the Dance Design Fillies Stakes at the Curragh.
Smart hurdler Gambling Girl trounced her opponents in the Audrey McGrath Memorial (QR) Race at Wexford.
Cassells Rock led home a one-two for Tony Martin in the Kerry Foods Rated Hurdle at Down Royal.
Tested proved a class apart from her Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge Stakes rivals for the second year running at Tipperary.