The Cheltenham Festival
Day Three, St Patrick's Thursday, saw over 65,000 racegoers celebrate in style with our friends from the Emerald Isle.
History was made in each of the seven excellent races, including the Ryanair Chase at 3.30pm. Cheltenham Mangers Gold Cup-winning jockey Paul Townend brought it home for Ireland with nine-year-old Min, trained by Willie Mullins.
Seven-year-old Lisnagar Oscar gave jockey Adam Wedge his first Cheltenham Festival winner in the Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle.