JOCKEYS Andrew Lynch and Philip Enright experienced the lows and highs of jump racing at Cork last Sunday. Lynch had the misfortune to fracture his humerus in a fall in the fifth race and was transported to Cork University Hospital for further examination, while Enright was hit with a one-day careless riding ban after his brace of winners.

The Co Limerick rider kicked off with an authoritative success aboard James Dullea’s 12/1 shot Tikkanen Express in the opening two-mile maiden hurdle. Enright led Tikkanen Express, an early casualty at Tramore last time, to the start for his event, but the five-year-old came home a lot quicker when proving one and three-quarter lengths too good for the favourite Seven Nation Army, subsequently found to be lame.