Bunairgead claimed the Listed Lenebane Stakes in good style at Roscommon.

Jim Bolger's New Approach filly was out of luck in five starts after winning a Leopardstown maiden last April, but the move up to 12 furlongs suited Rory Cleary's mount down to the ground.

Settled in third early on, the 9-2 shot showed a good burst of speed on the inside rail passing the furlong marker and wasn't fully extended to beat El Salvador by two and three-quarter lengths.

Kevin Manning kept it simple on Bolger's 13-8 favourite Home School in the opening Stallion Farms EBF Maiden.

The colt has been getting closer to the target with every start and opened his account with a two-length defeat of Trikala having raced close to the pace throughout.

Johnny Murtagh's Belle De Crecy ran away with the Property Partners Earley Auctioneers Maiden.

The 4-6 favourite relished the step up to a mile and a quarter, bounding nine and a half lengths clear of Prima Vista to become the fledgling trainer's first winner ridden by him.

The Pat Shanahan-trained Letterfromamerica (16-1) consigned her first two appearances to the past when seeing off marker leader Harlem Shake in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Auction Maiden.

The well-drawn pair effectively had it between them throughout, with Harlem Shake leading and Letterfromamerica in the stalking role.

The Tadhg O'Shea-ridden winner battled to the front around two furlongs from the finish and stayed on well to open up a two and a quarter-length gap at the line.

The Supervalu's Roscommon Handicap went to veteran Maundy Money (6-1), who defied the burden of top weight under 7lb claimer Connor King.

David Marnane's well-backed 10-year-old travelled like a dream on the heels of the leaders and got a dream split two furlongs out.

He cruised to the front and only had to be kept up to his work to beat Elusive Express by two and three-quarter lengths.

Angela's Dream made every yard to win the ITBA. Western Region Fillies Handicap.