• I blame that Banksy bloke, graffiti was never encouraged in my day
  • Azza jumps alongside Royal Irish Hussar in the JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial
  • But the well-backed favourite readily sees off the opposition
  • Le Bec is challenged by Sam Winner but goes on to post an impressive display
  • Alvarado makes stealthy progress through the field
  • Fergal O'Brien (r) takse the plaudits as Paul Moloney and Alvarado enter the winner's enclosure
  • Johns Spirit jumps the last in front in the Paddy Power Gold Cup
  • Hidden Cyclone is in pursuit
  • But Jonjo O'Neill's charge runs on strongly to take the spoils
  • Richie McClernon acknowledges the applause
  • Before posing with the winner - there's a photo for the mantlepiece if ever there was one
  • Eventual winner Return Spring is in third as the Paul Nicholls' pair duel for the lead
  • Life is easier for Creepy who takes the Neptune at the second attempt
  • There should be more to come from placed horses Timesremembered and Port Melon
  • The Govaness completes a fine, fine day for rookie handler Fergal O'Brien

The Open: Day Two

I blame that Banksy bloke, graffiti was never encouraged in my day