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Liz Lalor is congratulated by Rob James (left) and James Hannon (right) after she beat Helen Bryce-Smith's record of 110 point-to-point wins for a female rider after winning on Read To Return at Comea \ Healy Racing
Whoa! Willmount and and Rob James jump the last to win the four-year-old maiden at Comea \ Healy Racing
Happy connections as Barnaleen and Rob James won the five and upwards confined maiden for owner and trainer Patrick Ryan (third left) at Comea \ Healy Racing
Beyondapproach and Rob James bring up another win for trainer Donnchadh Doyle at Kirksitown \ Healy Racing
Value Till Dawn and groom Sean Hanlon after their win at Kirkistown \ Healy Racing
Racegoers Zara Gilliard and her Grandfather William Glynn at Kirkistown \ Healy Racing
A scene from Kirkistown with Creadan Grae and Noel McParlan jumping along the back straight \ Healy Racing
Step Up Son and Rob James won the six-year-old and upwards geldings' maiden for owner David Walsh with trainer John "Shark" Hanlon and friends at Comea \ Healy Racing
Killultagh Vic and Emily Cody jump the last to win the open at Comea \ Healy Racing
Catherine Cashman with son Paul and grandchildren Aoibheann and Liam after Present Fair won the adjacent maiden at Knockanard \ Healy Racing.
John and Ciaran Keating after Hattons Gardens won the older maiden at Knockanard \ Healy Racing.
Sarah and Patrick Verling with dogs Freddie and Bosco at Knockanard \ Healy Racing
Action from the mares' winners of one at Knockanard \ Healy Racing
Pictured at Knockanard were (L-R) Mick Winters, Tom O'Flynn, Chris O'Donovan, and Tom Kelly after Clounts Glory won the mares' winners of one \ Healy Racing