Nicky Henderson has yet to make a final decision on whether Sprinter Sacre will make his return to action in the Tingle Creek.
1st Give Us A Belle 9/2
2nd Danzoe 10/1
3rd My Meteor 50/1
None (All 13 Ran)
1st Razor Wind 1/3F
2nd Westwood Hoe 5/1
3rd Panatella 7/2
None (All 11 Ran)
1st Uncle Bernie 9/1
2nd Rutherglen 11/8F
3rd Call Me Pj 8/1
None (All 8 Ran)
1st Celestine Abbey 50/1
2nd Laura B 5/2F
3rd Fast Scat 16/1
Clampdown, New Abbey Dancer (10 Ran)
1st Dont Be 9/2
2nd Sewn Up 6/1
3rd Rich Again 10/3JF
Gambino, Pour La Victoire (10 Ran)
1st Malaysian Boleh 11/1
2nd Be Royale 11/4F
3rd Queen Aggie 8/1
None (All 12 Ran)
Our racing team reflect on the weekend's action and look ahead to Saturday's big betting heat - the Hennessy Gold Cup.
Rocky Creek, one of 23 horses left in Saturday's Hennessy Gold Cup, is "in a good place", according to trainer Paul Nicholls.
Our ante-post man The Insider highlights a couple of over-priced runners ahead of Saturday's Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury.
Connections of Sign Of A Victory are hoping for better weather if their charge is to line up in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle.
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.
Sam Twiston-Davies admitted to a sense of relief after steering odds-on shot The New One to victory at Haydock on Saturday.
Mags Mullins hopes Martello Tower has escaped serious injury after his fall in the Monksfield Novice Hurdle at Navan.
Paul Nicholls is looking forward to the King George VI Chase with last year's first and third, Silviniaco Conti and Al Ferof.