The Cheltenham Festival has drawn to a close with a dramatic and thrilling final day of racing. It was much colder for racegoers at Prestbury Park, but there's been plenty to keep racegoers warm.
There were seven races today, but for most there was only two that mattered.
This is the moment a Dorset dairy farmers dreams of the record books and a £1 million bonus came crashing to earth. Cue Card trained by Colin Tizzard had timed his move to the front right, but his jump wrong.
The favourite Don Cossack went on to claim this year's Cheltenham Gold Cup, securing another win for the Irish.
But in the very next race, former cyclist Victoria Pendleton made a successful Festival debut, riding a horse trained in Somerset.
She finished fifth in the in the St James's Place Foxhunter Chase.
From two wheels, to four legs - Victoria Pendleton's move from Olympic Gold cycling to amateur racing has been swift and eventful.
She's ridden more than 60 different horses in 15 steeple chases. ITV West Country spoke to her after successful race:
Relive the Cheltenham excitement with this highlights reel from this week's Festival.