It has been an eventual second day at the Leopardstown festival.
In one of the most unusual - and potentially dangerous - races you are likely to see at this level, 'Whiskey Sour' has pulled off the most surprising of victories.
With one corner left to turn, Jack Kennedy, the subject of much attention for his heroics a few weeks ago, found himself and 'Mengli Khan' pushed a little too far to the edge of the pack coming into the penultimate jump.
Taking a potentially damaging fall into the surrounding fencing, it left the Paddy Power Future Champions Novice Hurdle in the balance, with four horses in serious contention.
With three of these four under the stewardship of Willie Mullins, it looked to be an incredibly tight finish as they approached the last jump.
Yet, with 'Real Steel' and 'Sharjah' paired very close together as they approached, unbelievably, both were felled by the fence and out of the race.
Out of nowhere, another of Mullins' horses in 'Whiskey Sour' scarcely had to break stride as the race was gifted to them.
An incredible close to the race, it really has to be seen to be believed.
— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) December 27, 2017