Elm Park ran out a convincing winner of the Group One Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster for trainer Andrew Balding.
1st Tonis A Star 33/1
2nd Most Tempting 11/4JF
3rd Sky Steps 11/4JF
None (All 13 Ran)
1st Exceedingly 5/4F
2nd Shackled N Drawn 3/1
3rd Star Fire 8/1
None (All 9 Ran)
1st Capo Rosso 9/2
2nd George Cinq 11/1
3rd Earth Drummer 9/2
Sir Robert Cheval (11 Ran)
1st Dialogue 11/1
2nd Skytrain 6/1
3rd Choice Of Destiny 11/1
I Am Not Here, Kraka Gym (9 Ran)
1st Simply Black 8/1
2nd Dynamo Walt 11/8F
Extreme Supreme (6 Ran)
1st Cascadia 33/1
2nd Bowberry 16/1
3rd Rock Of Leon 5/2F
Focail Mear, Star Anise (8 Ran)
Evacusafe Lady (17/5)in, Real Jazz (4)in, Tayma (9/2)out, Saltwater Creek (15/2)in, Mystery Bet (9)in, Law Keeper (12) Show all, Dansili Dutch (18)out, Diletta Tommasa (18)in, Outbacker (20), Pigeon Pie (25)out, French Flirt (66)out
None (All 11 Run)
For the second week running the Pick 6 eluded one punter in the last leg. The £5,000 pot now rolls on to the Breeders' Cup!
Wishfull Thinking showed his abundant talent with a runaway success in the Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase at Aintree.
A review of the rest of the action from Aintree where Cheltenham Festival hero Hawk High made a winning return
A review of the rest of the action from Doncaster where our star columnist Richard Fahey saddled a 6,074-1 four-timer.
A review of the pick of the action from Newbury where Richard Hannon landed the opening Worthington's Whizz Kidz Stakes.
A review of the pick of the action from Chepstow where Sausalito Sunrise earned quotes for the Cheltenham Festival.
A review of the pick of the action from Leopardstown where Giovanni Canaletto rocketed into the Investec Derby picture.
Paul Nicholls worked some star names before racing at Chepstow and they were joined by More Of That & At Fishers Cross.
Adelaide came from last to first under a brilliant Ryan Moore ride to claim the Sportingbet Cox Plate at Moonee Valley.