Ian Ogg blogs live from day one of the Newmarket Craven Meeting.
1st Garde La Victoire 13/8F
2nd Oscars Den 16/1
Sergeant Mattie (7 Ran)
1st Rebeccas Choice 8/1
2nd Major Malarkey 12/1
3rd Fredo 7/1
Merlins Wish (11 Ran)
1st Brother Brian 11/2
2nd Another Hero 9/1
3rd Edgardo Sol 14/1
None (All 14 Ran)
1st Buywise 5/2F
2nd Astracad 10/1
3rd Real Milan 7/1
None (All 10 Ran)
1st Tinker Time 33/1
2nd Be Bop Boru 9/1
3rd Bob Keown 10/1
4th Even If 15/2
Minella On Line (19 Ran)
Karinga Dancer (6/4)out, Saint Roque (15/8)in, Pantxoa (3)out, Next Oasis (33), Wheelavher (100)
None (All 5 Run)
For Two (9/2)in, Figaro (6)in, Refer (9)in, Double Double (10)out, Franciscan (12)out, Superciliary (12)out Show all, Dark Dune (14)out, Sir Pitt (14)in, Yes Daddy (14)out, Quick Decisson (18)out, Aazif (20)out, Johnny Og (20)in, Mister Matt (33)out
None (All 13 Run)
Richard Fahey's Sandivia, ridden by Frankie Dettori, won the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket.
Shifting Power claimed a narrow success in the CSP European Free Handicap at Newmarket.
Buywise built upon the promise of his previous effort at the Cheltenham Festival when taking the Wooden Spoon Silver Trophy.
Magnus Maximus caused a 25/1 upset in the £100,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Sprint at Newmarket.
A review of the early action from Newmarket, where John Gosden continued his fine run of form.
Kingman, impressive winner of the Greenham Stakes at Newbury, is reported by trainer John Gosden to be in good order.
View from connections ahead of Thursday's Novae Bloodstock Craven Stakes at Newmarket.
Champion jumps trainer-elect Paul Nicholls has given Zarkandar an entry in the StanJames.com Chester Cup.
Ruby Walsh plans to ride out this weekend as he prepares to return to action in time for the Punchestown Festival.