Sunday 12th May
Plumpton has a new leading trainer, with Chris Gordon ending Gary Moore's long reign in the Jeffrey Peate Trainers Challenge with a double on the final day of the 2018-19 season. Ramore Will returned from six months off to land the feature Mayfield Sussex Hop Gin Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle under Rex Dingle, keeping on well. He's done his winning in pairs, so you have to look out for him in the coming weeks.
Mount Windsor landed the odds in the Sky Sports Racing On Sky 415 bumper for Gordon and Tom Cannon, who ended the season as the Jeffrey Peate leading jockey.
Gary Moore wasn't to go home empty-handed as Zamperini opened his account over jumps for the yard under Josh Moore in the That Friday-Ad Feeling Maiden Hurdle. He'd been running well on the Flat and proved to be well suited by the sharp two-mile test.
Dan Skelton followed up his Easter Sunday double here with another. Istimraar, one of his winners on that memorable day for the stable last month, turned the Julie Brown Memorial Handicap Hurdle into a rout under Bridget Andrews, coming home nine lengths clear hard held.
Goodthyneaway was another easy winner for Andrews in the Backyard Coffee Handicap Chase, picking off Well Smitten from the home turn and eased clear.
Bryony Frost has enjoyed a tremendous run at Plumpton this season with Brandon Castle and made her only ride of the day a winning one on Riddlestown in the Brewers Decorator Centre Cup Handicap Chase. Caroline Fryer's veteran responded well to the fitting of a visor and proved most game.
Alanjou made a successful debut under Connor Brace for Barry Brennan in the Happy 30th Birthday Timothy Mellett Handicap Hurdle, ending a long losing run.