Jockey Kenny Johnson was taken to hospital by air ambulance after being knocked unconscious in heavy fall at Sedgefield.
1st Golden Jubilee 6/5F
2nd Nautical Twilight 14/1
3rd Auto Mac 9/1
None (All 14 Ran)
1st Sharp Rise 9/1
2nd Island Heights 9/2
3rd Ballymoat 12/1
None (All 8 Ran)
1st Acordingtoscript 8/1
2nd Spitz 5/1
3rd Snowed In 18/1
Trend Is My Friend (13 Ran)
Rev It Up (9/4)in, Grape Tree Flame (5/2)in, Night In Milan (5/2)out, High Talk (5)out
None (All 4 Run)
Royale Knight (3)in, Many Stars (17/2)out, Sun Cloud (9)in, Lackamon (10)in, Jurisdiction (11)out, Scotswell (12)in Show all, Speed Master (12)out, Kilbree Kid (14)out, Bit Of A Jig (17), Ballybough Gorta (20)out, Chapolimoss (30)out, Polarbrook (80)out
None (All 12 Run)
Oorayvic (6/4)in, Morning Time (6)out, Dynamic Drive (7)in, Henri De Boistron (8)in, Carters Rest (10)in, Tinseltown (12)out Show all, Force Of Habit (25)out, Cloggy Powell (90)out
None (All 8 Run)
After Toniight (15/8)in, Chitu (3)in, Court Of Law (9)out, Smooth Stepper (10)in, Coolanure (13)out, Paddy Mulligan (14) Show all, Professor Plum (20)out, Deans Walk (25)out, Revanna (40), Preachers Belle (70)out, El Caballo (80)out
Laika (11 Run)
Vert De Grece clinched Group One glory on his first start for Roger Varian in the Criterium International at Saint-Cloud.
Cheltenham Festival winner Hawk High could return to Prestbury Park for a tilt at next month's StanJames.com Greatwood Hurdle.
The sportinglife Pick 6 game for Saturday's Breeders' Cup is now open with a £5000 rollover jackpot!
Racing UK's Angus McNae provides his selections as our team bid to crack Saturday's £5000 Pick 6 game at the Breeders' Cup.
We talk Breeders' Cup with leading bookmakers, getting their view of the European challenge, US horses to watch and their best bets.
Michael Shinners with news of today's market movers and Price Boosts from the Sky Bet trading room.
Our Will Hayler leaves Lingfield alone as he reckons he's found a well-handicapped runner at Stratford today.
Sky Sports presenter Ed Chamberlin looks ahead to the Breeders' Cup and also offers some thoughts on the big jumps action.
Big Shu is set to be campaigned more aggressively this season trainer Peter Maher maps out a plan for the Cheltenham winner.