Aidan O'Brien's The Great War produced an accomplished display on his debut to land the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden with the minimum of fuss, and possibly book a ticket to Royal Ascot.

The $1million purchase was never out of first gear under Joseph O'Brien, and easily landed odds of 3-10 with a bloodless two and a half-length success over Lupie.

Kernoff ended a sequence of three straight near-misses when landing the Fundraising Events At Tipperary Races Maiden.

Michael Halford's 10-3 chance showed the benefit of a gelding operation over the winter when fighting off the challenge of Full Steam Ahead to score by two lengths under Shane Foley.

Jembatt got up in the shadow of the post to land the Book Online At Handicap.

Hi Empress looked to have seen off the opposition inside the final furlong, but Michael Mulvany's 7-1 chance found another gear under Gary Carroll's drive and got up to score by a short head.

David Marnane's Harry Trotter (7-1) came from last to first under Connor King to land the Join The Tipperary Races Supporters Club Handicap.

Hot favourite Enjoy Responsibly found disappointingly little after the last in the Point To Point Evening 15th May Handicap Hurdle, allowing Liam Cusack's 8-1 chance Roman General to get up close home under Ger Fox and win by two and a quarter lengths.

Marshim (9-2) rolled back the years to retain his crown in the Handicap Hurdle under Davy Russell.

The 12-year-old was made to battle all the way to the line by Knockanarrigan, who appeared to regain the advantage after the last, but Marshim just found enough to prevail by a neck.

Michael Darcy gave the rest of the field the slip on Dessie Hughes' Globalized (evens favourite), making every yard of the running to land the Follow TipperaryRaces On Twitter Maiden Hurdle.