Sea Wolf stays clear to land Cambridgeshire
Sea Wolf came out on top in a typically competitive renewal of the Tote Irish Cambridgeshire at the Curragh.
Al Saighdiur took the field along with Breath Easy in hot pursuit before Sea Wolf (9-1) came travelling strongly through the pack under Colin Keane.
Leading a furlong out, Sea Wolf kept up the gallop to run out a clear-cut winner, by half a length from Sikandarabad. Aared was a length and a half back in third with Hasanpour another half a length away in fourth.
Brian Ellison's Galway Festival scorer Dream Walker finished strongly, right behind the placed horses after being at the rear for most of the race.
Lyons said: "He bled the last day at Galway so we came here with no confidence. He's in the big handicaps on Irish Champions Weekend.
"David (Spratt, owner) is very good at finding these horses and bought him earlier this year. All bar one of the horses he's got have won."