FRONTLINEALLSTAR landed the feature race at Curraheen Park on Saturday night, the final of the €1,350 Bull Run Bolt at Stud A3 525.
Trained by Patrick Norris for owner Mark Lowther, the impressive winner delivered another strong performance to land the spoils. Arclight Cheetah was quickest into stride and he shot six lengths clear heading down the far side. However, as they approached the second last corner, Frontlineallstar was hitting top gear. Despite running wide off the final bend, he was still soon on terms and finishing much the stronger, he beat the early paced Arclight Cheetah, by a length, in 28.88.
Frontlineallstar, winner of The Bull Run Bolt at Stud A3 525 Stake Final, Photographed with Micheal Walsh, Brian Collins, Patrick Norris and Pat Norris
Trainer Kieran Lynch has another exciting sort in the shape of Coolavanny Swift.
Owned by the Length-And-A-Half-Syndicate, the promising April puppy proved a class apart when winning the S1/S2 sprint. In control heading into the opening turn, he pulled right away, winning in style, the time a very smart, 17.58.
DROP IN CLASS
Kameko made the most of what looked like a significant drop in class when winning race nine, an A1, for trainer Graham Holland and owner Larry O'Rourke.
He wasn't the quickest into stride but he showed enough early zip to turn second. Droopys Dote set the early fractions but Kameko was in front at the third corner. Pulling away late on, he went on to beat Brogan Highway, by three lengths, in 28.50.