Capping off a successful day for jockey Fran Berry was a win aboard What A Charm in the Leopardstown November Handicap (Premier Handicap).
Berry closed the gap for the Irish Jockeys' Title competition from eleven winners in arrears of Pat Smullen at the beginning of the day, picking up a treble over the fixture.
Trained by John Oxx, What A Charm led the field easily going into the straight, never really looking like anything other than the winner, crossing the line in front by four and a half lengths from runner up Prince Chaparral, while third place Knight Eagle the same distance further behind.
Oxx said of his winning charge, "She's a grand filly. She hasn't had the ground all year as she loves it soft. I had her entered everywhere throughout the year, but there was no sign of rain.
"It takes a good three-year-old to win the November handicap. I thought that the 3lb rise she had from the Cesarewitch might have stopped her."