It's been another great day of racing, and our final Best Turned Out presentation of the day is to Isaac Amos from Alistair Whillans, with Donnachies Girl.
Well done to all the hardworking stable personnel who have once again put so much effort into their charges, and thank you to Millbry Hill Country Store for their support of the series.
Just two Best Turned Out ribbons left to award today, and one goes to Georgia Morrill, from Richard Fahey Racing, for her work on Queen Penn.
Georgia wins a cash prize and a Millbry Hill Country Store voucher, presented by Brian Reeves, chairman of race sponsor Redcar Cricket Club.
Our feature race is underway, and the Best Turned Out Horse is Galloway Hills for Phillip Makin's stable, led up by Sammyjo Bell.
Prize presented by Michael Shinners for SkyBet.
As always, our Best Turned Out Series is supported by Millbry Hill Country Store.
Our fourth Best Turned Out Horse today, this time for the Jacks CoachesHandicap Stakes, is Ghathanafar, looked after by Robyn Whitton.
Robyn wins a cash prize and a Millbry Hill Country Store voucher, presented by Natalie and Paul Pearson on behalf of Jacks Coaches.
Best Turned Out for the Celebrate the Life of Peter Chapman Handicap Stakes (Div II) is Lukoutoldmakezbak, led up by Mary Rand for David Thompson Racing.
The prize was presented by Peter's wife, Anita, and his granddaughter, Kimberley.
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Best Turned Out for the Celebrate the Life of Peter Chapman Handicap Stakes was won by First Dance, led up Amy Hunt for Tom Tate Racing.
Two of Peter's grandchildren, Ellie and Jay Chapman, presented Amy's cash prize and Millbry Hill Country Store voucher.
A good start to our 1940s Revival Day for Michael Dods Racing as Harry Lee picks up his second Best Turned Out rosette with American First.
Michael Shinners from SkyBet presented the prize, which as always includes cash and a Millbry Hill Country Store voucher.