Allah Ladbrokes has won the Punchtown Gold Cup

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Willie Mullins has completed a Grade 1 treble, and Panchetown has a total of four winners in 2 days of 2022, with 19,934 sponsors attending the Cong Kilder venue.

The Closaton coach won two Grade 1s yesterday and was impressive in the top-level race this afternoon.

Allaho (6 / 5f) put on a stellar performance as Ladbrokes won the Panchatown Gold Cup this evening. In the colors of Chevrolet Park Stud, Paul Townend led Willie Mullins-trained runner in the early stages of the race. Although he had Clan des Obeux (11/2) with him for the duration of the race, the winner was never seriously challenged because he opposed his submission to the € 275,000 race.

Last month, Cheltenham’s Rainier Chase winner Allaho ran 3-miles with stamina in doubt but they quickly faded away as No Risk At All’s son was a 14-time winner over English challenger Clan Des Obeux. Double Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, Al Baum Photo (20/1) one more length and a half in third place.

The Nice Guy is won by Irish Mirror Novis Hurdle

Grade 1 Irish Mirror saw Nevis Hurdle in the final fight of the Wiley Mullins duo The Nice Guy (15 / 8f) and Minela Kokunar in the 2 Mile 7 Furlong race. Malcolm, in the colors of Denmark, The Nice Guy and Paul Townend have upped the Cheltenham Festival form as he has beaten his stable partner again, this time in just three-quarters-one-length. The final runner-up, Minela Kokuner, gave up everything under Danny Mullins to death but painfully failed to improve The Nice Guy, who remained unbeaten on five runs, despite the flags pointing to the fall.

Facile Vega (8 / 15f), weatherbus champion bumper winner added Race and Stay at Punchtown champion INH Flat Race to her CV this afternoon as Quevega completed Grade 1 treble for daughter Willie Mullins.

In the hands of Patrick, the son of the winning handler, Facile Vega was hard-working by his stable partner Redemption Day (10/1) under Jodie Townend. Mullins Jr. and the winner were forced to work hard for their win as Bay finished the season unbeaten after four races. American Mike, runner-up at Cheltenham’s Facil Vega, was third, fifteen-quarters behind the winner today.

In the opening match, coach Henry D. Bromhead and jockey Mickey O’Connor led the way in the final of the Manor Opportunity Handicap Hurdle Series. Life in the Park, in the colors of Barry Maloney, took the competition three-quarters ahead, returning to third-place with a further three-quarters-one length, thanks to 7 / 2f from 16/1 Rock Road.

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– Racing TV (acRacingTV) April 27, 2022

40/1 winners

Ambitious Fellow (40/1) and Sam Ewing Connolly’s Red Mills Irish EBF Auction Hurdle Series Final Rebel Ivy (14/1) Agreed. Directed by Peter Fahey and ridden by Sam Ewing, the late Fame & Glory’s son Bay came out late to deny heading to runner-up James Motherway’s runner, nine more lengths behind The Road to Fame (33/1) third. .

Crosshill (15/2) Lewis Fitzgerald fought back straight home to improve both the Hotel Hardley Classic Gateway and the English challenger Phils d’Udairis. Nicky Henderson saw the horse enter the house directly to the potential winner, first challenging the Classical Gateway and then the final winner, Crosshill. Until a powerful Robbie Power Ride, the boy owned by Ronnie Bartlett of Sholokhov fought hard to get his head in front of the line.

OMC Claims won the Handicap Chase Royal Rendezvous (12/1), doubling Wiley Mullins’ treble on the day and winning rider Paul Townend.

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