Champion jockey Tony McCoy left Market Rasen four winners better off as he chases his faster ever 100 on Sunday.
Lucky Cody (13-8) won the JL Telemarketing Ltd Novices’ Hurdle for Brian Ellison, who was also on the mark at Galway.
Chalk It Down (10-11 favourite) was an easy winner of the Smart-GF Kids Beacon Of Hope Handicap Hurdle for trainer Warren Greatrex.
McCoy had to work far harder on O’Callaghan Strand, the 4-1 winner of the Office Friends Celebration Handicap Chase while the diminutive Dorry K (6-4 favourite) took the concluding Plantation Rug Company Handicap Hurdle for Jim Best.
The four winners moved McCoy on the 89 mark for the current campaign.
p Intrinsic could make his first Group-race appearance in the Renaissance Stakes at the Curragh on August 23.
Trainer Robert Cowell has yet to make a firm plan for his rapidly-improving sprinter, who extended his unbeaten record for the yard to three in Saturday’s 32Red Cup at Goodwood.
In the aftermath, the trainer suggested Intrinsic “could go all the way” and had been given an entry for the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock
“He’s absolutely fine and full of himself, he looks a picture,” said Cowell on Sunday.
“It’s all a bit up in the air at the moment. We’ll have a sit down with Malih Al Basti (owner) and work something out.”