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The nine-length victory was a third successive Champion Hurdle triumph for Irish point-to-point graduates in the race.
The star mare extended her unbeaten run to 15 races and 11 Grade 1's since her Dromahane debut victory.
Honeysuckle bettered the long-standing unbeaten record of Bula when winning her third Chanelle Pharma Irish Champion Hurdle
The Boardsmill Sires maiden hunters chase at Downpatrick was claimed in good style by the Gerry Cosgrave trained Big Leg Up.
The Dromahane winner became the latest pointing export to win the most coveted prize over hurdles following on from Faugheen in 2015.
Virginia Considine's Lingstown winner was another wide-margin Grade 1 winner on day one of the Festival.
Sayce Gold and Mount Ida were both among the winners at Mallow Racecourse on Sunday afternoon.
Cheltenham Festival winning mare Honeysuckle started life out with Jerry Cosgrave when winning her four-year-old mares maiden.
The Dromahane winner lowered the colours of Benie Des Dieux to win her fourth Grade 1 prize.
Murphy back in front with Greenrock Abbey.
There were 14 graded-race winners in February, including four Grade 1 winners.
The Banbridge-native rode a winner at Farmaclaffley on Saturday afternoon, which secured O'Hare with a winner in four decades.
The Dromahane winner had to dig deep to record her most valuable victory to date at the Dublin Racing Festival.
185 former pointers were successful under rules in December. Click here to see some of the highlights.
The Loughanmore victor led home a 1-2 for Irish Pointers in the Neville Hotels Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
Jerminnie Green propels James to third in the jockeys’ table.
Jerry Cosgrave's Dromahane winner picked up her second Grade 1 prize as she remained unbeaten.
It was a red letter day for John McNally who saddled his first winner as a handler in the older maiden for novice riders when Nabraska ran out a ready winner.
Loughanmore winner Battleoverdoyen led home a clean sweep of the placings for former Irish Pointers at Naas on Sunday.
The Dromahane maiden winner advertised her claims for some bigger spring targets with Listed success at Thurles.
The first of nine contests produced an impressive display when Mount Ida took the opening division of the four-year-old mares’ maiden.
The four-time Ascot Gold Cup winner proved to be the sire to follow, as he won three of the four-year-old maidens at Tattersalls.
Court Jurado and Everybreathyoutake were among the four-year-old winners at Taylorstown.
Runaway winner Honeysuckle ensured the long journey to Cork proved worthwhile for Jerry Cosgrave & Mark O'Hare.
Conditions were very tough at Kirkistown on Saturday where Mark O'Hare enjoyed a double on the day.
It was a treble-winning day to remember for local rider Darie McConville at the annual Armagh fixture.
Warren Ewing continued his great run of success in the four-year-old maiden at Kirkistown with Bold Plan.