• Nick Orpwood took his seasonal tally to 18 with a short-price double on Chaz Michaels and Milano Magic at Haydon point-to-point last week at blustery Hexham.

  • MUSSELBURGH proved a happy hunting ground for Linda Perratt when the East Kilbride trainer began May with a hat-trick of wins.

  • TWICE retired jockey Will Ramsay, made a memorable comeback to record the second double of his race-riding career at Saturday's Lauderdale point-to-point.

  • 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.