Trainer Gavin Cromwell in double form at Ballinrobe (pre-Covid photo).

Fourth Meath double in three days

There was yet another Meath double at theraces today when trainer Gavin Cromwell was on the mark twice at Ballinrobe.

That follows yesterday dolouble for jockey Keith Donoghue at Limerick while both Colin Keane and Declan McDonogh were each in double format Leopardstown on Wednesday.

The JP McManus-owned Calthor was the well-backed winner of a maiden hurdle for jockey Mark Wlash to get Cromwell on the scoreboard.

Jonathan Moore returned to action todayto land Cromwell's second winner with Different Beat in a handicap hurdle.

Moore was injured at Naas in March and missed Cheltenham winners Flooring Porter in the (Stayers Hurdle) and Vanillier (Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle) after he opted to stand himself down.

In the race for the jockeys' title Rachael Blackmore added winner 87 to her tally to reduce the gap on Paul Towned who is currently sidelined with an injury.

Townend is on 95 winners, eight ahead of Blackmore.

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