We've enjoyed a magnificent start to the All-Weather Championships across the four tracks, including four fixtures here over the past few weeks, which have featured a spot of class 4 action. Large fields have turned out on the fibresand to battle their way into contention for All-Weather Championship league table glory.
Two horses have notched up a pair of wins at the course over the 4 fixtures, 'Stoney Quine', propelling Tom Eaves and Keith Dagleish up the leader board, and 'Honoured', who is 2 for 2 in the All-Weather Championships, for Tom Queally and Michael Appleby. Keen eyes will be on Honoured for his next run to see if he can be the first 3 from 3 horse in the championships.
A special mention goes to the Southwell Racecourse Owners Group horse 'Hellbender', who won on his first All-Weather Championship start, as a bit of an outsider in the market too. Leo, as he's known at home, has since gone on to be placed in his next two starts, at Southwell and Wolverhampton.
We're looking forward to plenty more All-Weather Championship action, which even features on our upcoming Beer Festival; 3 days of superb racing, live music and a fantastic range of tipples to taste.