Leading jockey Ruby Walsh announced his retirement after riding joint favourite Kemboy to victory in the Punchestown Gold Cup.
It was another one-two finish for trainer Willie Mullins, with fellow joint favourite Al Boum Photo finishing second in a two-horse sprint finish.
The win denied stablemate Al Boum Photo a Cheltenham and Gold Cup double.
The Storyteller finished third, with last year’s winner Belishill (6/1) fourth.
Walsh opted to partner Kemboy, one of Mullins’ three runners in the feature race on the second day of the festival, for what proved to be the final race of a hugely successful career.
Kemboy came unstuck at the first fence at Cheltenham as Al Boum Photo claimed the blue riband, but he gained compensation under a positive ride from Walsh.
British raider Definitly Red disputed the early lead with the eventual winner, but it was a duel between the Mullins’ runners turning for home, with Al Boum Photo unable to go with Kemboy, who ran out a two-length victor.
There was a further 22 lengths back to the The Storyteller in third.
More to follow.