Battleoverydoyen impressed on season debut when landing the Grade 2 Lough Construction Ltd Chase at Down Royal in the hands of Mark Walsh.
The Gigginstown House owned gelding started his career between the flags when winning his point-to-point maiden at Loughanmore in April 2017. He was subsequently sold at the Tattersalls Cheltenham Sale for £235,000.
âœ… G1 winner over hurdles— Racing TV (@RacingTV) October 31, 2020
âœ… G1 winner over fences
âœ… Winning return
Battleoverdoyen is very smart and bounces back to defeat Easy Game and Samcro on a fine afternoon for @gelliott_racing @Downroyal pic.twitter.com/LeyqOTvABt
It was a good day for trainer Gordon Elliott who had five winners on the card which also included former Irish pointers Ballyadam who claimed the Tayto Park Maiden Hurdle.