Even if you've been to Epsom more times than you can remember, you've never seen the course quite like this before.
Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after a teenage girl was assaulted by two men in an unprovoked incident in Epsom.
The victim was walking along Upper High Street towards Alexandra Road on Thursday 21st August around 11.45pm.
She was approached by two men who pushed the 16 year-old to the floor from behind leaving her with cuts to her face, hands and knees. The men laughed at the victim and ran off.
Both men are described as white, approximately 20-years-old, 6ft tall, of average build with a local accent. Both were wearing dark or grey coloured tracksuit bottoms.
Surrey police are appealing for witnesses after a fight outside an Epsom nighclub last night that saw a man hospitalised with serious injuries.
The fight took place around 3am this morning outside Elements on Spread Eagle Walk. Witnesses say one of the suspects was brandishing a length of drainpipe during the incident.
A man in his 20s suffered severe face and ankle injuries and has been taken to Epsom hospital for treatment. Four men aged between 21 and 24 have been arrested in connection with the incident.
Ruler Of The World provided Aidan O'Brien with a fourth Investec Derby and maintained his unbeaten record under Ryan Moore at Epsom - with favourite Dawn Approach well beaten.
Dawn Approach failed to settle from very early on and Kevin Manning felt he had no option but to take up the running on the approach to Tattenham Corner, with the writing being on the wall some way out.
The centenary of the death of suffragette Emily Davison, who threw herself in front of the King's horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby in her push for women's right to vote, has been marked with a new plaque at the racecourse.
Protests are expected today as doctors in Sutton meet to decide if they support the closure of some frontline hospital services.
Plans to close A&E and maternity units at both Epsom and St Helier's hospitals were published last week, as part of a review into NHS services across south west London and Epsom.
Epsom Hospital is under threat of losing its Accident and Emergency and maternity units if recommendations published today are followed.
The Better Standards Better Value (BSBV) review on services at the hospital has released the draft pre-consultation report.
The report recommends that the hospital becomes an elective care centre with St Helier becoming a local hospital. Both of which would lose the A&E units if the recommendations were followed.
The BSBV is a review of local healthcare services across Epsom and surrounding areas and South West London. It is led by local doctors, nurses and other health workers.