Amanda Soar, from Richard Whitaker Racing, wins our next Best Turned Out prize for her hard work getting Round The Island ready.
Amanda said: "It's really nice to win, it makes all the extra work worthwhile."
Her prize was presented by Emma Jones of Millbry Hill Country Store.
It's a double for Sadie Appleby from Brian Ellison Racing as she picks up her second win today in the Redcar Best Turned Out Series, this time with nine-year-old Top Notch Tonto.
Danny Brooke, from Julia Brooke Racing, takes home the Best Turned Out rosette in the William Hill Betting TV Handicap Stakes for his excellent work turning out Piazon.
Number 7, Proceeding, from Tracy Waggott's stable, is our Best Turned Out Horse in the Follow @WilliamHillRacing On Twitter Selling Stakes.
Sam Tait from William Hill Racing presented the prize to Maddi Patzelt, who looks after Proceeding.
Maddi takes home a cash prize, a Millbry Hill Country Store voucher, and a winner's rosette.
Rachael Gowland selected Puckle, from Tim Easterby Racing, as our Best Turned Out Horse in the British European Breeders' Fund Matchbook Future Stayers Maiden Stakes. She presented stable staff member Jayne Barley with her second win in the series, which is supported by Millbry Hill Country Store.
Jayne said "I think Redcar's Best Turned Out Series is really good. The stable staff are very grateful, and its a great way to say thank you to the staff who put so much work in."
Best Turned Out in The William Hill Leading Racecourse Bookmaker Nursery Handicap Stakes is Roman's Empress, looked after by Michelle Mullineaux for Dave Loughnane Racing.
Prize was presented by Martin McDowell on behalf of William Hill, and the series as always was supported by Millbry Hill Country Store.
Our first ever lunchtime racing Best Turned Out Horse is Puerto Sol, led up by Sadie Appleby, for Brian Ellison Racing.
Sadie joined the stable around the same time as Puerto Sol arrived as a yearling, and she has looked after him since then.
Emma and Liz Jones from our series supporters Millbry Hill Country Store are back with us to judge and present prizes as well.