• At least there won't be a hosepipe ban in the south
  • As racegoers are forced to take shelter
  • Although an optimistic Barney Clifford has the sunglasses at the ready just in case
  • Duroble Man wins the first but Town Mouse won't go quietly
  • Robert Thornton does well to hide his delight at riding a winner
  • Alan King is dressed for the weather
  • Tom Jonason, Paul Nicholls' assistant, is dressed to impress
  • And Dodging Bullets impresses on the track for the Ditcheat team
  • Firm Order was the second leg of a double for Denis O'Regan
  • Who had Tony McCoy and Sadler's Star behind him
  • Michael Blake, trainer of Sadler's Star
  • Sea Lord, O'Regan's first winner, makes a lovely shape over his hurdle
  • Harry Fry takes shelter under a flat hat
  • Nigel Twiston-Davies looks dressed for business
  • Rock On Ruby was a worthy adversary
  • But The New One left him trailing in his wake
  • Able Deputy has the upper hand but Gallox Bridge went on to bridge the gap
  • Warden Hill ran on strongly to claim the last

Kempton Park

At least there won't be a hosepipe ban in the south