Congratulations to all winning connections of "Rare Bob" & "Magnanimity" .
"Rare Bob" carried top weight in the Grade A Tote Pick Six Every Sunday Leopardstown Handicap Chase took a richly deserved victory at Leopardstown with an immaculate round of jumping from the front. Toasting a second consecutive win of the day Hughes , said: "I'll probably put him in the Ryanair as there's not much else for him."
"Magnanimity" landed the Tote Pick Six Killiney Novice Chase Grade 2 in fine style.
His connections are targeting the Grade 1 Dr PJ Moriarty Novice Chase back at Leopardstown on February 6 before committing to Cheltenham.
"That wasn't a surprise to us," Hughes said. "He's a good, solid three-mile chaser who wants every yard of it and goes well on heavy ground.
"We'll go for the Moriarty here next month and he'll get an entry in the RSA Chase. I'd love to go to Cheltenham with him if it's not too soon and the ground's soft enough."
"Rick" provided the team with a win yesterday in the Dr Marie O Connor memorial hurdle at Punchestown ridden by Paddy Flood.