It looked for a long time like there would be no movement on our Best Turned Out Series leader-board today, but then in our seventh and final race, Series leader Sarah Jones secured an incredible eighth win, extending her already impressive lead.
Sarah has now won eight rosettes in thirteen meetings, an average of two wins in every three meetings.
Sarah's won today with Miss Ranger, giving Roger Fell Racing their twelfth win in the Best Turned Out Series overall.
It was the first rosette for each of our other six winners today - a fantastic effort all round.
Best Turned Out Series leader Sarah Jones wows our Millbry Hill Country Store judges once again, and picks up an unprecedented EIGHTH win with Miss Ranger for Roger Fell Racing.
Can anyone catch-up to the Woman with the Golden Comb? Five meetings remain this season for someone to close the gap.
Join us next week on Wednesday September 25 when our Best Turned Out Series will continue.
Our judges from Millbry Hill Country Store were delighted by Gaynor Crawford's hard work turning out for Jim Goldie Racing. Gaynor hand-stencilled individual letters to spell out Call Me Ginger's name as a quarter mark! Somehow, she also found the time for some very accomplished plaiting as well.
Well done Gaynor, it's lovely to see something so original!
Our next Best Turned Out Horse in the Racing TV Straight Mile Series Handicap Stakes is Casement, looked after by Sophie Jones, for Mick Appleby Racing. Sophie's prize was presented by Liz Jones, from series supporters Millbry Hill Country Store.
Lee Enstone, from Phillip Makin Racing, impresses our judges from Weatherbys Ltd Racing Bank with his work on Almurr, winning Best Turned Out Horse. Caroline Marray, who presented the prize, particularly liked Lee's use of a handmade stencil on the horse's flank.
We're very grateful to our race sponsors Weatherbys Ltd and to series supporters Millbry Hill Country Store.
The rosette for Best Turned Out Horse in the Weatherbys Racing Bank Apprentice Handicap Stakes goes to Saisons D'Or, led up by Jess Townend for Jedd O'Keeffe Racing.
Jess's prize was presented by Caroline Marray of Weatherbys Ltd Racing Bank, and included a rosette, cash, and a Millbry Hill Country Store voucher.
The Best Turned Out Horse in our second race is Don't Joke, looked after by Nain Singh for Mark Johnston Racing.
Nain wins a cash prize, a rosette, and Millbry Hill Country Store voucher, presented by Dawn Welsh from regular race sponsor Market Cross Jewellers.
We've got seven more rosettes to award today in our ongoing Best Turned Out Series, supported by Millbry Hill Country Store.
Today's first was won by Lezardrieux, led up by Sebastian Todd, for Grant Tuer's stable.