Monday, we start at Epsom. Finian Maguire raced to Amateur Derby glory on board Medalla De Oro. C'est No Mour advised to our members(1pt each way) 11/2 placed in the race for our members. There was a double for Jason Watson with Deadly Accurate and Zzoro. Bid Adieu advised to our members(1pt each way) 5/1 placed in the race. C'est No Mour 340 Epsom 11/2 & Bid Adieu 450 Epsom 5/1 advised to our members 0.5pt each way double both placed. At Chepstow, racing was abandoned after two races. At Southwell, Moonraker took the feature race for Michael Appleby. At Cartmel, there were doubles for Peter and Sean Bowen with Mac Tottie and Wells De Lune. There were also doubles for Brian Hughes and Donald McCain with Ormesher and Lofgren. At Ripon, there was a double for Tim Easterby with Shortbackandsides and King Of The Celts. At Downpatrick, there was a double for Gordon Elliott with Present In Court and Caltex.
Tuesday, we start at Epsom. There was a double for Harry Bentley with Corazon Espinado and Fresh Terms. At Ripon, there was a double for Silvestre De Sousa on board Red Mist and Mulligatawny. At Chelmsford, Richard Hughes was on target for Prince Of Rome. At Stratford, Dan and Harry Skelton were on target with Peppay Le Pugh. At Ballinrobe, the feature race went to Gordon Elliott with Icario.
Wednesday, we start with the news. Popular nine-year-old grey Sovereign Debt has been retired by trainer Ruth Carr following a successful career spanning eight seasons. At Catterick, there was a winner for Simon Crisford with Romaana. Extrasolar took the finale, Spirit Of Wedza advised to our members(1pt each way) 7/1 placed in the race. At Musselburgh, Mark Johnston was on target with Rebel Assault. At Lingfield, Silvestre De Sousa was on the mark with Ventura Gold. At Worcester, Shantou Village got back on track with a win. At Kempton, there was an impressive winner for Godolphin with African Jazz. At Bellewstown, Astronomer was very impressive for Aidan O'Brien.
Thursday, we start at Carlisle the feature race went to Beverley Bullet. At Musselburgh, the feature race went to Havana Mariposa for Karl Burke. At Chelmsford, the feature race went to Eirene. At Fontwell, there was a double for Nicky Henderson with Haul Away and Brave Eagle. At Sedgefield, there was a double for Gordon Elliott with Kuiper Belt and Ink Master. At Bellewstown, Elliott made it four on the day with another double on the day with Boot Camp and The Big Lense. At Tipperary, there was a treble for Ger Lyons and Colin Keane with Gold Jasmine, Blue Uluru, and Tennesse Wildcat. The feature race went for export as William Haggas took it with One Master.
Friday, we start at Sandown the feature race went to The Emperor Within under Josephine Gordon. At Bangor, Nicky Henderson was on target with Full Bore. At Thirsk, Andrew Balding was on target with Never Do Nothing. At Wolverhampton, there was a double for Silvestre De Sousa on board Christmas Night and The Kings Steed. At Hamilton, the feature race went to Archi's Affaire under Callum Rodriguez. At Newcastle, there was a double for Ben Curtis on board Traveltalk and Pickett's Charge. At, the Curragh there was a treble for Aidan and Donnacha O'Brien with Cardini, Sir Erec, and Lost Treasure. At Down Royal, Woodland Opera was on target for Jessica Harrington. Woodland Opera advised to our members(1pt each way) 5/1.
Saturday, we start at the Curragh. There was a four-timer for Aidan O'Brien with Sydney Opera House, Just Wonderful, Ten Sovereigns and Kenya. There was also a four-timer for Donnacha O'Brien on board Sydney Opera House, Just Wonderful, Ten Sovereigns and Perfect Tapatino. Ten Sovereigns maintained his unbeaten record with a dominant display in the John Sisk & Son Round Tower Stakes. Just Wonderful produced an impressive performance to land the Flame Of Tara Irish EBF Stakes. Kenya turned the Tote Irish Cambridgeshire into a procession on a day of Aidan O’Brien dominance. At Sandown, Odds-on favourite Veracious won the 188Bet Casino Atalanta Stakes at Sandown in workmanlike fashion. Too Darn Hot was promoted to favouritism for next year’s Investec Derby with some bookmakers following a high-class display in the 188Bet Solario Stakes at Sandown.
At Beverley, Take Cover at eleven years of age took the Beverley Bullet. At Wolverhampton, the feature race went to Richard Fahey and Fool For You. At Newton Abbot, there were doubles for Richard Johnson and Philip Hobbs with Majestic Touch and Roll The Dough. There were also doubles for Aidan Coleman and Jonjo O'Neill I'dliketheoption and Top Flame. At Chester, the feature race went to Duretto for Andrew Balding. At Lingfield, there was a double for Richard Hannon with Naughty Rascal and Red Starlight. At Chelmsford, the 100K seven-furlong handicap went to Cenotaph under Ryan Moore.
Sunday, we start at Brighton. There was a double for Jason Watson with Archimento and Irene May. There was also a double for Poppy Bridgewater on board Pour La Victoire and De Vegas Kid. The win for Pour La Victoire was good for our members. Pour La Victoire was advised to our members(1pt each way) at 4/1. At Worcester, the feature race went to Novis Adentus for Tom Scudamore. Rubys Cube took the two miles seven-furlong handicap hurdle. Balkinstown placed in the race. Balkinstown was advised to our members(1pt each way) at 4/1. Pour La Victoire 300 Brighton 4/1 & Balkinstown 445 Worcester 4/1 advised to our members 0.5pt each way double both placed.