The developments at Punchestown continue ahead of next year's National Hunt Festival.
Willie Mullins retained his Champion Trainer crown as the Irish National Hunt season drew to a close at Punchestown on Saturday.
It's coming down to the wire between Gordon Elliott and Willie Mullins on the final day of the 2017 Punchestown racing festival.
Willie Mullins kept his champions trainer's title hopes alive on day 3 of Punchestown as Uknowwhatimeanharry took the gold.
Day 3 of racing gets underway Punchestown with Nichols Canyon looking for another big win.
The big names took big wins at day 2 of the 2017 Punchestown Festival.
Kilkenny native Donagh Meyler is off to Australia alongside champion conditional jockey Rachel Blackmore after securing the Martinstown series.
Sizing John bids to become the first horse since War Of Attrition back in 2006 to win the Cheltenham/Punchestown Gold Cup Double.
Willie Mullins has been chatting ahead of the 2017 Punchestown racing festival.
Gordon Elliott leads Willie Mullins by €402,405 with €2,927,500 prize money available at Punchestown.