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Jockey Davy Russell

Bright New Dawn made every yard of the running as he claimed the Tote Jackpot Races 3 To 6 Maiden Hurdle at Fairyhouse.

Much of the attention before the race was focussed on the Noel Meade-trained Ned Buntline, who had been an impressive bumper scorer at Naas last month and was sent off the 8-13 favourite.

He was settled in behind as Davy Russell set out to make all and he was still on top as the field turned for home. Ned Buntline was poised to challenge though and he made his move at the second-last, but Bright New Dawn (5-1) kept finding for pressure, and Dessie Hughes' charge proved most game in hanging on by a length and a quarter.

Mala Beach was back in third.

Hughes was at Newbury to supervise Magnanimity in the Hennessy, but Russell said: "We always thought a lot of him and bowling along in front seemed to suit him. He had a lovely first run last year but got very keen after that run."

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