Brown Panther will swiftly attempt to banish memories of a painful Canadian experience at the Breeders' Cup.
1st Always Smile 7/4F
2nd Marilyn Mon 66/1
3rd Hey You 10/1
Dusty Blue (8 Ran)
1st Ostralegus 9/1
2nd Baltic Fire 11/4F
3rd Eugenic 6/1
Flumps, Magic Ice, Officer In Command (10 Ran)
1st Dreaming Again 25/1
2nd Abigails Angel 4/1F
3rd Ferryview Place 9/2
Red Shadow (12 Ran)
1st Osaruveetil 5/2
2nd Panatella 13/8F
3rd Frederic 7/2
None (All 10 Ran)
1st Mymatechris 14/1
2nd Hedge End 6/1
3rd Mubtadi 14/1
None (All 10 Ran)
1st Salvatore Fury 5/1
2nd Tahchee 5/2F
3rd Generalyse 9/1
Only Ten Per Cent (9 Ran)
Goodwood Storm (10/3)in, Ashkari (9/2)out, Sweet Talking Guy (5)in, Head Space (15/2)in, Knockroon (10)in, Punk (13)in Show all, Miss Brazil (15)out, Monarch Maid (18)out, Picks Pinta (22)out, Blue Jack (50)out
None (All 10 Run)
Ian Ogg nominates the performances that caught his eye over the two days of The Showcase meeting at Cheltenham.
There were a good few eyecatchers for your FREE My Stable trackers at Exeter on Tuesday, while we also have gallops clues.
Dunraven Storm lowered the colours of the slightly better fancied pair Far West and Puffin Billy at Exeter on Tuesday.
A review of the rest of Tuesday afternoon's meeting at Exeter as Paul Nicholls won with Morito Du Berlais.
Sky Bet are paying out on Richard Hughes being crowned champion jockey with Ryan Moore not riding again this season.
Cesarewitch winner Big Easy will have his next run at Cheltenham's Paddy Power Open meeting in November.
Cheltenham Gold Cup third The Giant Bolster could make his seasonal reappearance in the bet365 Charlie Hall Chase.
Fingal Bay is set to return to action on Saturday week - with a tilt at the Hennessy Gold Cup a possibility.
Stomachion is one of 42 entries for the Tote November Handicap at Leopardstown on Sunday.