Gordon Elliott's excellent day at Navan started when Death Duty was impressive in retaining his unbeaten record with victory in the Navan Novice Hurdle.
The 6-4 chance tracked long-time leader Monalee and after taking over approaching the last, he strode on nicely under Bryan Cooper to score by three and three-quarter lengths, with favourite Invitation Only back in third.
Cooper and Elliott made it a double when Automated (8-1) landed the Tara Handicap Hurdle.
Scoir Mear seemed to be getting on top when clear at the last, but Cooper was unconcerned on the strong-travelling Automated, who came through late to score by a length and a quarter.
It soon became a treble for Elliott as Glenloe got the better of a thrilling battle with Call The Taxie in the John Lynch Carpets Maiden Hurdle.
Barry Geraghty had to be at his very strongest on the 6-4 favourite, who could not shrug off Ellmarie Holden's charge, eventually just prevailing by a neck.
The Elliott four-timer was completed when Jamie Codd drove Samcro (1-3) to victory in the Listed 'Future Champions' INH Flat Race, beating Good Thyne Tara by a diminishing half a length.
Elliott also struck with Shattered Love (5-2) in the feature at Thurles, the Horse And Jockey Hotel EBF Boreen Belle Mares Novice Hurdle.