Finnure Storm stormed to his nineteenth win at Limerick Track as he gave the Kelly family of Mullagh even more reason to celebrate.

A smart time of 28.98 saw the four year old rack up his nineteenth win. A son of Shaneboy Spencer and Brickfield Roxy, he is trained by legendary Limerick trainer Denis O’Malley.

Mianun Flyer is quickly becoming a star attraction at Limerick, trained by Gerry Burke from Miltown Malbay this son of Droopys Cain and Croopys dream made it four wins in a row last Saturday night in a very impressive 29.57 over the 550 yards trip. Owned by Miltown Malbay native Gordon Vaughan, Flyer has laid down his credentials as a formidable player in the upcoming Matchbook Betting Exchange Irish St. Leger.

At the same venue on Thursday night last fresh from her victory last week, Blastoff Zara followed up with at two-length victory in 29.14 in a A3 contest, a daughter of Droopys Jet and Blastoff Annie, Zara is owned by Leo McNulty from Drumline in Newmarket-on-Fergus.

Approaching his fifth birthday, Snuggie Bonnie consistently displays his determination to win and that was no different last night when he landed the spoils in 28.81. Owned by Breda Casey from Newmarket-on-Fergus, this was an eighteenth career win for the son of Sir Paddy and Snuggie Whisper.

Race 7 a graded A6 was won by Gower Lottie in 29.29, owned by Anne Carey from Cooraclare, Lottie is a daughter of Greenwell Hulk and Gower Lady, and this was her first career win.

The next race on the card was won by O’Callaghan Mills’ Donal Cooney with Monsoon Moon in 29.33, a first career success for this son of Droopys Cain and Roxy Music.

The third round heats of the SIS Fair Warrior Open 400 took place on Saturday Night last at the Mullingar Track, after putting in an eye catching performance to finish second in heat four, Ballyea’s Noel Gavin saw Ballyea Scrutiny progress to the semi-final on this Saturday night.

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