John Quinn's British challenger Safe Voyage came from the clouds to claim top honours in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF "Ahonoora" Handicap at Galway.

A field of 16 runners went to post for the €100,000 feature on the final afternoon of the Festival, with Brian Ellison's Baraweez and Dream Walker, formerly trained by Ellison but now with Jarlath Fahey, both bidding to win the race for a third time.

Safe Voyage was a 7-1 shot on his first competitive appearance since running away with a Haydock handicap in May and travelled well in midfield for much of the seven-furlong contest.

Ridden by Irish-based 7lb claimer Sean Davis, the five-year-old was still well back in the field rounding the turn for home, but devoured the hill once switched nearer the stands rail and got up to beat Danielsflyer by a neck.

Sean Quinn, assistant to his father, said: "He won nicely at Haydock (in April), but we just haven't had any rain in England since then, so we have been waiting and waiting.

"This is the first opportunity that he's had on a little bit of softer ground.

"He had a lot to do as he went up 11lb after Haydock, but he's clearly still improving and that was nice."

Davis, 19, said: "The race went really well for me. He travelled well and when he got the gap he didn't half quicken.

"I won a Premier Handicap at the Curragh before that was worth similar money, but that's by far my biggest winner at Galway."

Sub Lieutenant claimed his first victory in the best part of two years in the SCL Sales Chase.

The nine-year-old won his first two starts after joining Henry de Bromhead from the now-retired Sandra Hughes in the autumn of 2016, including a Grade Two prize at Down Royal.

He has been campaigned largely at Grade One level since and been placed behind the likes of Un De Sceaux, Fox Norton and Sizing John along the way.

Turning out just four days after finishing fifth in the Galway Plate, the Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding was the 5-4 favourite for this two-mile-six-furlong conditions event in the hands of Davy Russell and was good value for the winning margin of seven and a half lengths.

The front-running Sandymount Duke boxed on to finish second, with Haymount in third.

De Bromhead said: "It was a super ride from Davy and hopefully it will give the horse some confidence to get him back to where he was. I thought he ran well on Wednesday, but it's lovely for him to win one there now.

"He won well, but I think he was entitled to on ratings. The better the ground, the better his chance. He had a tough year last year so it's great to win one and hopefully we're back on track again."

De Bromhead completed a quickfire double after Show And Go got up late in the Lord Hemphill Memorial Handicap Chase.

The Willie Mullins-trained mare Listen Dear was a well-backed 9-2 favourite on her first appearance since May of last year and controlled the pace in front for much of two-mile-two-furlong journey.

She looked home for all money rounding the home turn, but tired racing up the hill and 12-1 shot Show And Go swept by late on to score by three and a half lengths under Mark Enright, who was sealing top National Hunt rider honours for the week.

De Bromhead said: "It was a super ride from Mark. He's had a great week and we were delighted to get him. It's also great for John (Phelan, owner) whose Ornua was caught on the line here on Thursday, so it's nice for him to get the win."

The Jessica Harrington-trained Rovetta (5-1) won for the second time this week in the JPK Fencing Handicap.

The four-year-old was an impressive winner over hurdles on Wednesday and followed up under Colm O'Donoghue.

Mullins - who took the concluding bumper to make it win number 12 over the seven days - was crowned top trainer, while Billy Lee lifted the Flat jockey award.