Mullins in Punchtown and Townend Grade 1 Double

The winning connection to Classical Dream after his Ladbrokes Stayers Champion Hardle win. Credit: unpunchestownrace.

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The Raining Ladbrooks Stars Hurdle Champion at Panchetown Classical Dream (11/10) successfully defended his title this afternoon.

In the colors of Joan Coleman, Mount Paul Townend looked comfortable throughout the 3 mile event. Coming straight home, Cork Rider boosted his confidence on the previous 7-time winner. Once Closaton Priya was asked to take his step, he easily overtook long-time front-runners Gentleman’s Game and Rachel Blackmore.

Ashdale Bob (11/2) was ultimately the closest rival to the Classical Dream but a quarter of the length separated them in line. Brave Gentleman’s Game (10/1) remains in third place, one and a half more behind the runner-up.

For the third day in a row, the main highlight was Paul Townend-Willie Mullins, who has so far collected Grade 1 races at this year’s festival.

The 15-year-old Ballyboker Bridge won the La Touch Cup

Fifteen-year-old Ballyboker Bridge Monge has won the Communications La Touch Cup cross country steeplechase for Kildar coach Peter Maher. Goldwell’s Bay Zeld son, who had previously won three of his 27 races and finished 13th, was retired by his handler after the race.

Opening specialist Joynery went to Broomfield Hall with a 10/1 chance under group handicap hurdle Luke Dempsey because he had 100/30 favorite Jean Coco with a length, with Pike County (28/1) length and a quarter more behind third.

Robbie Power and Henry D. Bromhead www.pigsback.com Handicap Chase with Magic Days (3/1). Winners who beat Mount Leinster (7/2) and Seal Ver Class (11/1) who kept well in the run. Following his victory, Jockey Robbie Power has confirmed that he will retire after tomorrow’s Panchestown Champion Hurdle, Friday’s feature race.

Local coach Dennis Cullen awarded top owner JP McManus the Conway Piling Handicap Hurdle winner while Niall Flynn-species earned the honor at A Great View 10/1. In the hands of Mark Walsh, A Great View had Bugs Moran (11/1) two-three-quarter length in hand and 14/1 chance third place in the Maj-Runner 25-runner handicap.

Lilith (4/1) and Rex Dingle gave the audience their first win at the 2022 Festival when Henry Hannibal claimed the Close Brothers Irish EBF Mares Handicap Chase at Runner 7.10.

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