Liam Burke's useful chaser Ordinary Man capitalised on a comparatively lenient timber rating with a clear-cut victory in the Tramore Racecourse 2012 Special Recognition Award Handicap Hurdle.

Shay Barry kept a wide berth throughout on the 7-1 shot, who hit the deck at Listowel on his previous outing, but he kept out of trouble up front and never looked like being caught en route to registering an eight-length verdict.

Barry doubled up when Days Ahead (5-1) stuck his neck out to land the tramoreraces On Twitter Beginners Chase.

Eoin Coyle's five-year-old touched down over two out disputing the lead with the front-running The Folkes Choice and held the game rally of that opponent to atone for last month's Downpatrick tumble.

Mags and Danny Mullins teamed up successfully in the Maiden Hurdle with Stormy Oscar.

The 7-2 joint-favourite had been found wanting in handicap company of late, but relished having his sights lowered and stayed on well to beat Cool Klan by a neck.

Mullins was on board the gambled-on Sweet Sylvia in the Tramore Racecourse On Facebook Handicap, and gave her every chance with a bold front-running ride.

She resisted the challenge of Do The Bookies, but couldn't fend off Dont Tell Pa (5-1), who swept past under Jane Mangan.

Our Girl Lucy (5-1) overcame a slightly awkward leap at the last to maintain her solid level of consistency, keeping Ferris Bueller a length at bay in the Tramore Racecourse Centenary Celebrations Beginners Chase.

Kilmurry Kid overcame a lengthy absence to win the Tramore Racecourse 1912-2012 Centenary Handicap Chase.

John Long's 7-1 shot swished his tail enough after taking it up rounding the turn for home but, to his credit, he found plenty for pressure and crossed the line with a length and three-quarters in hand of Big Jemmy.