The third meeting of the Northwest season went ahead on Sunday last and it was Dylan Browne McMonagle who again had another good day in the saddle as he racked up a four timer on an overcast afternoon.
Unhinged took the opener 143cm for Dylan in good style and he soon doubled up as Five Stone Of Lead kept up her fine record of wins by scoring in effortless fashion in the 148cm pony race.
The treble was landed as Let It Go bounced back to winning ways in the twelve furlongs open and Dylan finished the day off in a thriller as Who Knows got home by half a length to give the Letterkenny rider a four-timer.
Galway rider Danny Gilligan got off the mark in the 153cm when Mr Balboa stayed on best in the closing stages to win.
He quickly doubled up in the the two mile open as Hes Got It got on the scoresheet for the season and Danny’s treble was completed when Mrs Mac dug deep to fend off Call The Cops in division two of the open mile.
Antrim rider Sam Ewing also got on the board as he guided Louis Vuitton home to see off all challengers in the first divide of the mile open.
Bipolar Blondie got a cracking ride from Co Meath jockey Ben Mulligan to make his journey home all the sweeter.
The local race had all the fun of the fair when first time rider Will Ewing had a handy lead aboard Made Of Candy but was unshipped two furlongs out and then the much improved jockey Kian McNally on The Sinful Man was left with a clear lead, but plenty will feel that the latter was coming home strongly from a good bit back and might have got there in the nick of time anyway.Tags: