Monday, we start at Ballinrobe. The form of the John McConnell team kept going as Calvados claimed the juvenile hurdle. There was a double for Philip Rothwell with Baltinglass Hill and Oscar Romero. At Wolverhampton, Hieracahy was on target for Hugo Palmer. At Ayr, Roydmoor was on target for Richard Fahey. At Windsor, Hollie Doyle took the Finale with Pump It Up. At Ripon, Chalk Stream was on target for William Haggas.
Tuesday, we start at Wolverhampton. There was a winner for Sir Mark Prescott with Genesius. At Nottingham, Typewriter was on target for David Probert. At Lingfield, there was a treble for William Buick with Corazon, Bowman and No Flies On Me. At Chelmsford, Sunrise Valley was on target for Sir Michael Stoute.
Wednesday, we start at Gowran. There was a double for Leigh Roche with Rerouting and Nebo. There was also a double for Colin Keane with Stormy Jenn and Phoenix Cowboy. At Yarmouth. Aeonian was on target for Sir Michael Stoute. At Beverley, Implore was on target for John Gosden. At Salisbury, Sevenal completed an across the card double for John Gosden. At Ffos Las, there was a five-timer for jockey David Probert at his local track. At Kempton, Tinderbox made it an across the card treble for John Gosden.
Thursday, we start at Leopardstown. There was a double for Joseph O'Brien with I Siyou Baby and River Derwent. At Tramore, there was a double for Gavin Cromwell with Bring The Bacon and Brides Hill. At Ffos Las, David Probert had a double with L'operateur and Great Havana. At Salisbury, the big race of the season at the track went to Megallan for John Gosden. At Beverley, there was a double for jockey David Allan with Mikmak and Golden Melody. At Lingfield, it was the Racing League, to be honest, this thing has completely passed me by that said Menai Bridge was on target for Saffie Osborne. At Chelmsford, Crimson Sand was on target for Richard Hughes.
Friday, we start at The Curragh. There was a double for Colin Keane with Head Mistress and the resurgent Strong Johnson. The feature race the Irish St Leger trial went to Twilight Payment for Joseph O'Brien. Twilight Payment was recording his first win since landing the Melbourne Cup last November no doubt all roads lead back to Flemington. At Tramore, Coole Og took the bumper for Willie and Patrick Mullins. At Wolverhampton, Constanta was on target for William Haggas. At Newbury, there was a double for Jack Mitchell with Island Bandit and Alotaibi. There was a double for Oisin Murphy with Tardis and Neenee's Choice. The final double was for David Probert with Spanish Star and Amazonian Dream. At Nottingham, Mejthaam was on target for Charles Hills. At Newmarket, Coroebus was on target for William Buick. At Thirsk, Celestial Queen was on target for Clifford Lee.
Saturday, we start at Newbury. Hukum registered back-to-back victories in a comfortable fashion in the BetVictor Geoffrey Freer Stakes. Derby runner-up Mojo Star warmed up for the Cazoo St Leger when getting off the mark as expected in the Academy Insurance British EBF Maiden Stakes. Sacred came with a pulsating charge from the rear of the field to take the BetVictor Hungerford Stakes. At Newmarket, Eillendover took the fillies handicap for Pam Sly. There was an impressive win for Great Ambassador in the six-furlong race seeing off Rathbone who was advised (0.75pt each way) at 18/1 to our members. At Doncaster, there was a double for Cieran Fallon with Motawajeed and Suspicious.
At Ripon, Justanotherbottle provided Kevin Ryan with a first-ever win in the William Hill Great St Wilfrid. The consolation Silver Great St Wilfrid went to Mark's Choice under Cameron Hardie. At Perth, Karl Thornton made the long journey from Skerries in North County Dublin pay off as Shanroe Al C claimed the handicap chase. At Market Rasen, the feature race went to Nigel Twiston-Davies with Fontana Ellissi. At Bath, there was a double for Mick Channon with Steel an Icon and Minnamoolka.
Sunday, we start at Dundalk. There was a big race double for Colin Keane and Ger Lyons with Angel Palm and Ides Of August. At Tramore, Tasiteasai took the bumper for Willie and Patrick Mullins. At Southwell, Praxeology took the feature race for David Loughnane. At Chelmsford, Lethal Talent took the feature race for Robert Tart. At Pontefract, the feature race went to Double Or Bubble under Jack Mitchell.