DYLAN Browne-McMonagle had mixed fortunes on Saturday at Carrickadawson.
He started the day in good style as Unhinged dotted up in the 143cm and then quickly doubled up aboard the flawless Five Stone Of Lead in the 148cm.
The Letterkenny jockey was then on the evens favourite Hes Got It in the two mile open but unfortunately it slipped up on the bend heading into the back straight final time and after the tumble he stood himself down for the rest of the weekend.
Luckily, he should be fine for Bundoran on Saturday.
Sam Ewing continues his great form by recording a Treble on the day firstly guiding Whacky Three Fingers home in a thriller in the 153cm and his double came when easily taking the second divide of the open mile on Derrys Pride.
The Co Antrim jockey chalked up the treble in the 10 furlongs as he got a great tune out of By Polar Blondie swooping late to beat Who Knows on the shadows of the post then Sam had a red letter day in Co Mayo the next day Sunday by booting home a five-timer bringing his tally to eight for the weekend.
Fintown rider Paul Mc Gill had a day to remember as he gave his own horse Cool The Jets a fine ride in the two mile open leading from a long way out and kept going for a stylish win.
Dara McGill got himself back in the winners circle as he gave The Quiet man a confident ride to take the first division of the open mile while Co Cork maestro Daniel King got up in the dying strides on board the debutant Will I Am in the 12 furlong open.
Ryan Sexton got his first win of the season in what can only be described as the race of the century at flapping while four horses almost crossed the line together but it was Not Today who came from different parish to put nose in front right on the lollipop stick for a head success.
Kian Mc Nally is a jockey who you will be hearing plenty about in the coming seasons took the local race aboard The Sinful Man while Letterkenny jockey Brandon Wilkie had a memorable day in Co Mayo on Sunday steam rolling home on top of Silver Dollar in the 11 furlongs.
Racing takes place this Saturday at Finner Camp Bundoran starting at 3.30pm and the feature race will be the Sean McEniff Memorial.