Kilcohan Park held some very good action on Saturday night.
Help Me Out (Ballymac Best-Warm Breeze) went quickest in round two of the Slaneyside Kennel Solutions & W.T.S.C Unraced Stake.
Trained by Declan Byrne for owner Seamus Knox, the January youngster was sent off a 2-1 shot in the betting ring and the winner just had enough early dash to slip around in front. It was a nice display of early speed when you consider he didn't trap great, clear into the third corner, he was all out in the closing stages, holding on to beat the running on Fahee Juno, by three-quarters of a length, in 28.96.
The opening round of the Paula Bergin Memorial A2 stake also got underway and it was Show Business who was quickest on the clock.
Owned and trained by Jonathan Rolle, the 2-1 joint favourite produced one of his very best starts and he just made the corner in front from Downtownmooncoin. Strong throughout, it was a 30.17 winning performance, two and a half lengths clear of Downtownmooncoin.
Brynoffa Jenson was one of the standout performers on the night after a stunning 28.65 winning performance in the closing race, an A0/A1.
Trained by Eamon Mackey for Hannah Mackey, the 6-4 joint favourite was recording back to back wins. Delivering one of his usual front running displays, it was 14th career success for the in-form winner. A length back to All About Annie in second.