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Last Updated: April 3, 2009 6:39pm
Candy Creek - wins the finale for Walsh.
John Kiely saddled the first two home in the John Smith's Mares' Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race with Candy Creek getting the better of Liss Na Trinti.
The 3-1 favourite, Willie Mullins' Morning Supreme who had finished fifth in the Cheltenham bumper, set a scorching early gallop and was well over 10 lengths clear at one point.
Patrick Mullins still had not asked his mount for everything a furlong out but the Kiely battalions came looming up.
Walsh was on Candy Creek with Russell on Liss Na Trinti but when push came to shove it was the 9-2 second-favourite who came out on top, winning by two and three-quarter lengths with Morning Supreme sticking on gamely for third.
Kiely said: "They are both very good fillies it is just a shame that they had to run against one another but it is such a fantastic opportunity for them to get some black type.
"I'd put Candy Creek away for three months waiting for the better ground and she was sent home and given a break.
"I thought on this better ground that Candy Creek might just be a bit better as the other one is really a two-and-a-half-miler."