Bunnow Hulahul claimed the All Age Cup in Macroom as Glenlough Mick was withdrawn before the final of the final. Owned by the Four Thirds Syndicate Bunnow had previously reached the final of the Cup in Glanworth. Having reached the final Glenlough Mick now has enough points to be assured of a place in the Champion Stakes should he be fit enough to take it.
The final Oaks ticket of the season was won by Barrow Cockle, a daughter of Adios Alonso and Cillowen Stunner. A semi-finalist in Newcastlewest, and well fancied at Ballybeggan at Christmas before her third round withdrawal, Barrow Cockle had been the overnight favourite. Owned by Michael Collins and Jonathan Best she saw off Brykar Eve in the final.
In the Reserve Dog Trial Stake the final spot on the Derby card for the National Meeting went to Lineroad Butch, a son of Bexhill Brian and Bridewell Rose. This was a first Reserve Trial Stake winner for Bexhill Brian. His previous best effort was a semi-final appearance in Listowel were he lost to What A Legacy. Owned by the O’Regans, Lineroad got the better of Fleetwood James.
All Age Cup
Bunnow Hulahul (Mafi Magic x La Madrina) declared winner Glenlough Mick withdrawn
Oaks Trial Stake
Barrow Cockle (Adios Alonso x Cillowen Stunner) beat Brykar Eve (Johnny Casanova x Hollyoak Scotch)
Reserve Derby Trial Stake
Lineroad Butch (Bexhill Brian x Bridewell Rose) beat Fleetwood James (Kyle James x Quickasucan)