Ludo Et Emergo banished a Limerick mishap to the memory when returning to the venue for an emphatic success in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Beginners Chase.

That last-start unseating appears to have left few scars, because the 100-30 favourite jumped with aplomb at the head of affairs and put the race to bed with a couple of slick leaps when already in command in the straight.

Andrew Lee's seven-year-old coasted past the post with nine and a half lengths in hand of The Crafty Butcher, with Davy Russell hardly having to move him out of second gear.

Moonlight Boy has been called a few names but his resolution couldn't be faulted in the Keywest Play Live 20th June Maiden Hurdle.

Those who took the 4-5 would have been sweating when Tawseef loomed up to challenge the market leader at the final obstacle, but Christy Roche's seven-year-old really stuck his neck out to prevail by three-quarters of a length.

The winning colours of JP McManus were carried to more success just half an hour later when Noble Emperor proved a class apart from his INH Stallion Owners EBF Maiden Hurdle rivals.

The 6-4 favourite strolled through the race under Mark Walsh, before quickening smartly in the conditions to run out an effortless 13-length scorer.

With his nearest pursuers Suffren and Count Salazar making mistakes at the penultimate and final flights respectively, Rightville Boy (4-1) took advantage to hold the late thrust of the rallying Suffren by a short head in the Handicap Hurdle.

Clara Mc Cloud (16-1) had shown precious little in two starts since joining Gordon Elliott, but she was a different proposition when upped in trip for the Sporting Limerick Mares Handicap Hurdle, and there are more prizes in her judging by her impressive three-and-a-quarter-length defeat of Shuilamach.

Tudor Fashion (5-1) landed the Greenmount Mares Beginners Chase, while the Adare INH Flat Race went the way of 3-1 chance Patsio.