Denise Foster saddled her first winner since taking on at Cullentra Stables whereas Gordon Elliott serves his suspension, when Defi Bleu took the Tomcoole Farm Ltd. Rookies Chase at Wexford.
The eight-year-old, ridden by Jack Kennedy and owned by Gigginstown Home Stud, bought the higher of 8-13 favorite Opposites Appeal to by two and half lengths.
Defi Bleu (4-1) was Foster’s third runner since she formally took cost on the County Meath yard this week.
Kennedy mentioned: “His first run over fences was very promising. He fell the second day and disillusioned after that. It is pretty to get off the mark over fences with him.
“That is a fantastic begin for Sneezy (Foster) – and lengthy could it proceed. Hopefully we could have loads of luck collectively now.”
Elliott, a three-time Grand Nationwide-winning coach, was handed a one-year ban, with the final six months suspended, following following an Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board referrals listening to into the picture posted on social media of him sitting on a lifeless horse.