World snooker star Jack Lisowski was given a taste of life in the saddle ahead of a major tournament coming to Cheltenham Racecourse.
Today's attendance came to a very healthy 17,674 - the highest figure for The November Meeting Sunday since 2008. The 2017 crowd on the day was 16,183.
Master Debonair held on gamely to land the concluding race of The November Meeting, the High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire & Racing Remember Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.
Colin Tizzard won the G2 Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle for the second year in a row and the third time in total - he took the two-mile contest last year with Slate House and in 2010 with Cue Card.
Trainer Brian Ellison scored a first victory in the feature £100,000 G3 Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle with Nietzsche, ridden by 7lb claimer Danny McMenamin.
The Alan King-trained Sceau Royal (5/4 favourite) made a classy return to action with a smooth success in the G2 Shloer Chase over two miles at Cheltenham.
Lalor pulled off a truly emotional victory in the G2 Racing Post Arkle Trophy Trial Novices' Chase for his trainer Kayley Woollacott, whose popular husband Richard took his own life in January.
Palmers Hill gave trainer Jonjo O'Neill a Cheltenham first - a winner ridden by his son, 20-year-old Jonjo jnr - in the 23-runner Steve & Sue Ibberson Happy Retirement Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle.
'Caviar next on the menu for Baron Alco and Moore' is the headline in The Guardian today, with Greg Wood reporting on yesterday's £160,000 G3 BetVictor Gold Cup, the feature race of The November Meeting at Cheltenham.
Daryl Jacob is relishing the return of talented chaser Sceau Royal in today's £75,000 G2 Shloer Chase (2.25pm) over two miles.