Tipperary's Denis Lynch has added to an incredible weekend for Irish equestrian sport by winning today's $400,000 Longines Masters of Hong Kong five star Grand Prix.
Lynch partnered his stable newcomer Chablis to the fastest clear round in a 12-horse jump-off.
A time of 39.35 seconds saw him land the winners prize of $132,000, with Lynch now in the hunt for a $1 million bonus if he can repeat his victory in the next Longines Masters rounds in New York and Paris.
It is the second five-star Grand Prix win for Ireland this weekend coming after Limerick's Paul O'Shea came out on top at the Palm Beach Masters in Florida on Friday.
Meanwhile in Dressage, Kildare's Judy Reynolds and the Joe and Kathleen Reynolds-owned Vancouver K, have broken the Irish record for the second time in the space of three weeks.
They had set a new Irish record of 80.2% at Amsterdam in The Netherlands last month and today raised the bar even further scoring 82.75% on the way to a third place finish on the podium in the FEI World Cup Freestyle to Music Grand Prix at Neumünster in Germany.
It was a second podium finish for the pair in the space of 24 hours after they also finished third in Neumünster on Saturday and are now in the hunt for a place in April's World Cup final in Gothenburg.