Our racing team reflect on the weekend's action and look ahead to Saturday's big betting heat - the Hennessy Gold Cup.
1st Arzal 7/2
2nd West Wizard 2/9F
3rd Uptendownone 12/1
None (All 9 Ran)
1st Tango De Juilley 10/1
2nd River Maigue 4/9F
None (All 5 Ran)
1st Caroles Spirit 11/1
2nd Clara Mc Cloud 4/1
None (All 6 Ran)
1st Tenor Nivernais 5/1
2nd King Edmund 11/4F
Vision Des Champs (7 Ran)
Ruby Walsh feels bookmakers may have overreacted in cutting Faugheen's Champion Hurdle odds following Saturday's Ascot win.
Ruby Walsh hailed Vautour after he made the perfect start to his chasing career at Navan on Sunday.
Ace French pilot Christophe Lemaire has fractured his leg following a fall during a race in Kyoto, Japan.
Harry Fry is targeting the Grade One 32Red Tolworth Hurdle with the promising novice Jolly's Cracked It.
Carole's Spirit took advantage of being gifted a soft lead to land the Listed OLBG Mares' Hurdle at Kempton.
Connections of Sign Of A Victory are hoping for better weather if their charge is to line up in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle.
The early news from Kempton Park, where Nicky Henderson's West Wizard was beaten at odds-on for the second year running.
Rocky Creek, one of 23 horses left in Saturday's Hennessy Gold Cup, is "in a good place", according to trainer Paul Nicholls.
Plumpton's £60,000 SIS-backed Cheltenham Festival bonus could bring extra Christmas cheer at their two meetings next month.