Wish Ye Didn't does the business at Punchestown

There are three Grade One Races today

BY Newstalk 16:08 Tuesday 26 April 2016, 16:08 26 Apr 2016

Wish Ye Didnt ridden by Nina Carberry comes home to win ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

The Enda Bolger trained "Wish Ye Didnt" has repeated last year's victory in the Fr. Sean Breen Memorial Chase as a popular winner of the opening race of this year's Punchestown Festival.

The 5-to-4 favourite which was ridden by Nina Carberry romped home by almost 10 lengths from her closest challenger, Enniskillen.

There are three Grade One races on today's card, with the Boylesports Champion Chase the big prize on offer as the brilliant Vautour looks to bounce back from the disappointment of his fall at Aintree earlier this season.


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