Arvika Ligeonniere enjoyed little more than a stroll to win the John Durkan Memorial Chase after Sir Des Champs fell at the third fence.
Punchestown racecourse is 20 miles from Dublin in County Kildare. Billed as the home of Irish jump racing, its annual highlight is the Punchestown Festival, held over five days in late April.
1st The Game Changer 4/1
2nd Clonard Lad 11/4F
3rd Gilgamboa 8/1
None (All 9 Ran)
1st Apache Jack 5/4F
2nd Shemshal 4/1
3rd Isle View 20/1
None (All 17 Ran)
1st Sullane Chief 7/2F
2nd Off The Charts 4/1
3rd Tudor Fashion 16/1
None (All 15 Ran)
1st Bright New Dawn 5/4F
2nd Dogora 13/8
3rd Talbot Road 13/2
Sizing Gold(12 Ran)
1st Daring Article 5/2F
2nd Canaly 12/1
3rd Zardsky 16/1
4th Sole Witness 14/1
None (All 16 Ran)
A review of the action from the meeting at Cork, where Twinlight ran out a clear-cut winner of the Hilly Way Chase.
Davy Russell missed a winner as Bryan Cooper stepped in to partner Bright New Dawn to success at Punchestown.
Unioniste could travel to Ireland for the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown following his win at Aintree on Saturday.
Richard Newland's Royale Knight ran out an easy winner of the Persimmon Homes Scottish Borders National at Kelso.
The Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton remains the next likely port of call for Sire De Grugy following his victory in the Tingle Creek.
Resurgent teenager Baby Run could run in a valuable long-distance chase at either Warwick or Haydock next month.
Jockey Steve Drowne was taken to hospital after Nunthorpe Stakes heroine Jwala fell fatally in the Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin.
Anita Chambers previews all of Monday's action in the UK and she fancies Merchant Of Dubai at Musselburgh.
Our man Will Hayler is back with the latest edition of his Notebook and updates on all of the horses to have caught his eye.