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.
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.