TWITTERSTORM has long been one of the stars around Youghal and the Mark Drinan-trained dog notched the 11th win of his career with a smashing display in the A1.
Seaview Lexi flew from traps to lead early but the winner, a powerful runner, turned a close second. In front by the third turn, he ran on strongly to post a four-length victory over Kilrush Star, in 29.30, on a slow track.
Godfather, an October ’19 son of Confident Rankin and Jalingo, made a bright start to his career by taking the opener for Michael Moloney.
The half-brother to former Easter Cup winner Wolfe made all for an impressive 29.40 victory.
The Moloney family doubled up when Portrait, owned by Marian, took the fifth race, an A4.
A nice touch of early pace carried him clear into the first turn and with some scrimmaging behind he was able to race away to a wide-margin win in 29.43.
PICKED UP STRONGLY
Kerryroad Peg secured a third win in just 12 outings with a fine display in the A2.
Kevin McLean’s bitch led up, was passed by favourite Falcon around the opening bend, but picked up strongly to get back up for a one-length victory in 29.40.
ANOTHER WINNER FOR JOE
The classy Rapid Jack, trained by Joe Crotty, wrapped up the night’s action with a strong-running performance in the finale, an A2.
Witches San Jose led to the home straight, but the winner shot proved too strong, in a fastest-of-the-night 29.29.