Crecora trainer Flynn wins with 150/1 shot

150-1 bumper winner Eaglewood and Cal Shine at Tipperary. Photo: Patrick McCanb.

AT INCREDIBLE odds of 150/1, Eaglewood won the concluding fillies’ bumper of €10,000 at Tipperary for Crecora trainer Lenny Flynn.

A second winner of the week for County Cork amateur Cal Shine, the Rebecca May-owned four-year-old gained a definite advantage over a furlong from the finish and battled well to beat the Shark Hanlon-trained 5/2 favourite Pure Logic, ridden by Patrick Mullins, by half a length.

It was the sport’s biggest shock winner in quite some time.

Meanwhile, Linger For Longer backed up her win at Tipperary when taking the six and a half-furlong rated race for Athlacca trainer Austin Leahy at Limerick on Sunday.

Dylan Browne McMonagle was again in the saddle as the Irish Equine Syndicate-owned 9/1 chance comfortably held Pat Flynn’s Imperial Dream by half a length.

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