Oisin Orr was in tremendous form on Saturday as he claimed four winners from seven races in Wolverhampton.
The Rathmullan man took three wins from his first three rides before signing off in style in the final race of the card to land what would have been a 395/1 fourfold.
Orr’s first two wins came for trainer Richard Fahey winning on 4/1 shot Gincident by a length and a quarter and he won by the same distance in the next race on 9/4 shot Great Stakes.
He then saddled up for Owen Burrows and again was on form, winning by a comfortable three and a half lengths on 11/4 favourite Embrace.
Orr was again back with Fahey in the final race of the day when winning on 11/2 shot Crownthorpe by half a length.
Orr is in action at Wolverhampton again tomorrow where he is booked for three rides with Richard Fahey.