The Cheltenham Festival ended today with its high point - The Gold Cup.
It was won by a horse owned by a group of friends. They paid £20,000 for Bob's Worth. He raced away with a first prize of nearly a third of a million pounds.
Karen Griggs reports on a wet day at the races for the thousands of race-goers:
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