It rained winners for Dylan Browne McMonagle at a damp afternoon at Ballinagare Co Roscommon.
The Letterkenny man kept up his relentless run of form with a magnificent five-timer on Sunday last.
Dylan got of the mark when guiding Five Stone Of Lead to an effortless victory in the 148cm pony race.
His double came when Let It Go bolted up in the second divide of the 12 furlong open.
The treble was completed as Bally Hackett Boy broke his maiden duck for the season in the one mile maiden.
The day got even better as Let’s Roll chalked up the four timer for Dylan in great style in the first divide of the 10 furlong open.
The Champion was at his brilliant best as he had to pull out all the stops on Bipolar Blondie to get the upper hand of Storm Force in the final strides of the second division of the 10 furlong open.
Sam Ewing had a good afternoon for the Finnerty family.
He teamed up with Omega to take the first divide of the mile open and then scored again for the same connections when Mr James returned to form in the first divide of the 12 furlong open.
Danny Gilligan kept up his consistent winning run for the campaign by steering Baby Browne home in the 153cm and then bagged another making it a double for the day on Watch Out Ted who swooped late to take the two mile open.
Up and coming rider Jake Coen, brother of Ben Coen who is doing very well under rules, went home with a sweet success as he gave Our Souls a peach to take the second division of the open mile.
Letterkenny rider Brandon Wilkie won the opening contest of the day, the 138cm pony race, after surviving a real scare as the pony almost jinked through the rails with a circuit to race.
Brandon did wonderfully well to keep the partnership and then won the prize for ride of the day by his great recovery and receiving 50 euro sponsored by Fiona Glynn and Sinead Lohan.