Rebel Fitz took advantage of the fall of Ballycasey to take the Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse from Bright New Dawn.
Fairyhouse is one of Ireland's premier racetracks, located in County Meath and home of the Irish Grand National, held on Easter Monday since 1870. Jump racing takes place autumn to spring.
1st Emperor Of Exmoor 4/1
2nd Tawseef 10/1
3rd Easter Hunt 11/2
About Time Thomas, Ariahey, Red Lover (25 Ran)
1st Pivot Bridge 25/1
2nd Desertmore Stream 9/2
3rd Blue Hell 7/2F
4th Hurler And Farmer 8/1
O Maonlai (20 Ran)
1st Daneking 6/1
2nd Darwins Fox 33/1
3rd False Economy 33/1
4th Bally Longford 12/1
Hisaabaat, Joxer (17 Ran)
1st Lots Of Memories 14/1
2nd Our Man Zebo 16/1
3rd Our Katie 11/1
4th Wounded Warrior 5/1
Divine Rhapsody, Jimmy Two Times (23 Ran)
1st Road To Riches 2/1
2nd Mallowney 11/8F
Ned Buntline (5 Ran)
Toner D'Oudairies benefited from a power-packed Davy Condon ride to steal the Imperial Call Chase at Cork.
A review of the rest of the action from Fairyhouse, where Daneking and Paul Townend easily beat a competitive-looking field.
Jockey Danny Cook thankfully appears to have escaped serious injury despite a horrifying fall at Haydock on Saturday.
Jockey Tom Garner was handed a nine-day ban for his use of the whip aboard narrow winner Arkose at Towcester.
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View from connections ahead of the Boylesports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse on Monday.
Enda Bolger reports Mossey Joe to be in tremendous shape ahead of the Jack Tyner Hunters Chase at Cork on Monday.
Nick Grant previews all of the action on Easter Monday and rates Tammys Hill 'a confident pick' in the Irish Grand National.
Brian Ellison is hoping for suitable conditions to allow Top Notch Tonto a run at Sandown on Friday ahead of the Lockinge Stakes.