Revisit the sporting weekend through the lens of the photographer as we pick out images from Friday to Sunday.
Enable an equine superstar
It may not have been a sparkling Breeders' Cup for the European raiding party, whose team was one down when Polydream was denied the chance to run, but Enable's victory over Magical one of the highlights of the meeting.
John Gosden's filly became the first horse in history to win the Arc and follow-up stateside as she dug deep to repel the runner-up, who had been given every chance under Ryan Moore.
It was the second part of a double for Frankie Dettori, who had earlier delivered a masterclass to produce Sir Michael Stoute's Expert Eye on the line to win the Mile.
Dettori was in ebullient form after both victories, latterly pleading with Teddy Grimthorpe to keep Enable in training, who has nothing more to prove.
For the home contingent, Newspaperofrecord was an impressive winner on Friday night but perhaps the most poignant was Accelerate, who defied a market drift to win the Classic and end trainer John Sadler's long wait for a win at the Breeders' Cup.
Yorkshire chalks-up Charlie success
Earlier on Saturday, the field for the Charlie Hall Chase might have been small but the race did not lack for drama as Definitly Red made a winning return.
Brian Ellison's horse just got the better of Black Corton, aboard whom Bryony Frost had performed miracles to stay in the saddle after a mistake early in the race.
Perhaps that cost the second but horse and rider will live to fight another day as Yorkshire ended a long wait for victory in the biggest race on Wetherby's calendar.
Joy of six for City
Manchester City maintained their devastating assault on the Premier League with a 6-1 victory over Southampton on Sunday, as Sergio Aguero scored his 150th Premier League goal.
Raheem Stirling was also among the scorers as the champions powered back to the top of the table.
That came after Liverpool had drawn 1-1 at Arsenal on Saturday, the Gunners responding well to having gone behind as their unbeaten run was extended.
Chelsea, Spurs and Manchester United were winners on a good weekend for the big-guns but the most notable success belonged to Leicester, who edged past Cardiff in Wales - a victory in tribute to owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who had died a week earlier after his helicopter crashed outside the King Power Stadium.
Unbeaten as a dad!
James Wade became a father for the first time last month, almost five years after his last TV title.
It was a frustratingly barren run for the previously formidable Machine, who has endured some tough times away from the oche, but twenty days after the arrival of his little man, the happy dad has now won two big trophies in the space of a week!
That's Two For Arthur alright!
From Russia with love
Karen Khachanov sprung one of the biggest upsets of the year by stunning four-time champion Novak Djokovic in the final of the Paris Masters.
The Russian is expected to challenge for grand slam honours in future and his turn may not be far away judging by this success.
It came against an opponent who had gone the distance in his semi-final on Saturday and will return to the top of the world rankings on Monday.
World at his feet
Another man returning to number one is Justin Rose, who was the beneficiary of some late mistakes by Hao-tong Li to win the Turkish Airlines Open in a play-off.
Rose had taken over in front with four holes to play before Li's remarkable eagle at the 15th levelled things up. Rose then moved back in front only to three-putt the 17th and the young Chinese then returned the favour at the 18th after Rose had made bogey, too.
That meant extra holes and while Li was again in prime position and had a putt for the tournament from inside 10 feet, he missed that and the next one as a shell-shocked Rose completed a successful title defence.
DeChambeau lands Vegas jackpot
A brilliant eagle at the 16th helped Bryson DeChambeau claim his fourth PGA Tour title of the calendar year at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.
DeChambeau trailed defending champion Patrick Cantlay by a single shot with three holes to play but he holed his 58-foot eagle putt from just off the 16th green to jump to 21 under par.
And with Cantlay unable to save par at the 17th, DeChambeau suddenly found himself in possession of a two-shot lead and on-course for victory.
Alive and kicking
It wasn't pretty, but Owen Farrell kicked England to victory over South Africa in the first round of Autumn internationals.
Switching codes and there was also success for England's rugby league team as a fine second-half rally saw them beat New Zealand and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Rhys Williams scored a hat-trick to keep alive Wales' hopes of automatic qualification for the 2021 World Cup with a 50-12 rout of Scotland.
Wade in, weighed in
James Wade won his second TV title in succession on Sunday as he survived match darts to beat Michael Smith 11-9 in the World Series Finals.
Wade appeared to be staring at a heartbreaking defeat but five misses from Smith handed him a reprieve and The Machine needed no second invitation.
Josh Taylor beat Ryan Martin in the quarter-final of the World Boxing Super Series to keep alive his hopes of going all the way.
The 27-year-old from Prestonpans took his time to get going but when he floored his hitherto unbeaten opponents with a left to the head and a left to the body, referee Victor Loughlin stepped in to call a halt, with two minutes 21 seconds of the round gone.
Mark Allen secured his fourth ranking title with a convincing success over Neil Robertson in the final of snooker's International Championship.