• TOM Hamilton posted a milestone 50th career success aboard High Fair - the first leg of a double at Perth, on April 22, for trainer, Sandy Forster.

  • Kinneston trainer, Nick Alexander, is enjoying one of his best point-to-point seasons and increased his tally to eight with a double from Rossini's Dancer and Back On The Road on last Saturday's well supported Fife card at Balcormo Mains.

  • Bonchester Bridge jockey, Joanna Walton (20), recorded the first double of her career on Drill Sergeant and Oscar Stanley in last Sunday's Braes of Derwent point-to-point meeting at Corbridge.

  • Heavy rain, which had started mid-morning before clearing after the third race, eased the going to 'good to soft' in last Sunday's Morpeth Hunt point-to-point fixture at Tranwell and the hardy enthusiasts who had braved the elements were rewarded with a dry, sunny afternoon for the second half of the card.

  • CHARLOTTE Dun recorded an emotional success on Saturday, when the 19-year-old posted a first point-to-point win at the Berwickshire fixture, and half-an-hour later made it a double.

  • SCOTTISH owners Paul and Clare Rooney have enjoyed a victorious run recently and the St Boswells-based couple celebrated an across-the-card double on March 21, after Red Spinner took the opener at Bangor-on-Dee, and The Last Samuri scored at Kelso.

  • Kinneston-based jockey, Kit Alexander (23), was the one to follow in last Saturday's Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire and Eglinton point-to-point fixture at Overton, Crossford as Master Butcher, Rossini's Dancer and Afterclass provided him with the first treble of his career.

  • JOCKEYS Tom Hamilton and Nick Orpwood both completed victorious doubles at a well-supported Duke of Buccleuch's Hunt point-to-point last Saturday, where close finishes were the order of the day.

  • HAWCK jockey, Wilson Renwick, is riding high, posting four wins in four days.

  • At the College Valley and North Nortumberland point-to-point last Sunday, when the ground was riding on the fast side of good, Crazy Diamond made if four wins from four starts with an emphatic victory in the men's open.