Lynch and de Bromhead double at Tipp

Pictured at the presentation following the feature race, the Tipperary Town Plaza Plate Handicap Steeplechase of �16,500, at Tipperary Races on Sunday, were - J.R. Finn, owner and trainer of the winner Coldstonesober, with sponsors Paudie Ryan (left of picture in red jacket), Jarlath ODwyer (centre in suit), Henry Healy (right of picture in red jacket), jockey Kevin Sexton and Racecourse manager Andrew Hogan.
Both Andrew Lynch and Henry de Bromhead continued their fine run of form when sharing two winners at Tipperary Races’ big family fun day on Sunday.

Both Andrew Lynch and Henry de Bromhead continued their fine run of form when sharing two winners at Tipperary Races’ big family fun day on Sunday.

The pair struck with Tisamystery in the handicap chase and added to that when Pierlow got up in the dying stride to win the beginners’ chase.

Owner JP McManus enjoyed two winners of his own as the Mark Walsh-ridden Minella Berry comfortably won the 2m maiden hurdle while Tesseract, ridden for Aidan O’Brien by his daughter Sarah, won the bumper.

Sandymount Duke recorded another success when seeing off his main market rival Daisy’s Gift to win the 3m hurdle for Jessica Harrington and Robbie Power.

Templemore trainer John Ryan and Martin Burke combined to win the opportunity handicap hurdle with Kylecrue while back over fences, Coldstonesober landed the handicap chase for Nenagh’s Jimmy Finn and Kevin Sexton.