Eglantine Du Seuil led home a memorable one-two for Willie Mullins in the Mares' Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival while Ted Walsh saddled the winner of the day's final race.

Sent off a 50-1 shot, Eglantine Du Seuil and Noel Fehily just got the better of the Danny Mullins-ridden Concertista in a photo finish to the Grade Two event.

Later, Noel Fehily announced his retirement.

The winner had been off the track since last September, and it was an equally special effort from the 66-1 runner-up who was making her hurdling debut having previously been trained on the level in France. 

Any Second Now posted a strong staying performance to win the Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase.

Trained by Ted Walsh and ridden by Derek O'Connor, the 6-1 winner galloped all the way up the Cheltenham hill to hold off Kilfilum Cross and fast-finishing The Young Master.

Any Second Now was chalking up a third win on the day in the green and gold of McManus.