Cailin Coillteach, under Conor Hoban and trained by Andy Oliver, provided a late run to win comfortably by half-a-length in Dundalk’s opening six furlong handicap.
The second favourite, Miracle Cure, ridden by Kevin Manning and trained by Jim Bolger hit the front over a furlong out winning by four-and-a quarter lengths to the market leader Roman General in the 2nd race of the evening.
The ‘Ice-Vibe.com Horseware Ireland Handicap’ was a tightly run race but If Per Chance was delivered on the line by jockey Shane Foley for trainer Michael Halford.
Spin Of A Coin, under Sam James, gained a second career win in the ‘Horseware Owners and Trainers Bar Handicap’ for trainer Edward Lynam.
The Jessica Harrington trained Johnnys Legacy gained an overdue maiden win at Dundalk when making it 17th time lucky, and in the process providing jockey Shane Foley with a double, in the ‘email@example.com Maiden.’
Houdini Bright belied odds of 33/1 to win the ‘Winter Racing At Dundalk Handicap Division 1’ for trainer Dermot McLoughlin and jockey Andrew Thornton.
Indian Scout was the fifth horse of the night at Dundalk to lose his maiden status when winning the ‘Winter Racing At Dundalk Handicap Div. 2’ on his second run for trainer Eoin Doyle.
The Garvan Donnelly trained Rocky’s Pride won his second consecutive race, the ‘Follow Dundalk On Facebook Rated Race.’ The son of Rock Of Gibraltar was ridden by Seamie Heffernan.