There is no better place to start then the highlight of the weekends racing which was the Epsom Derby and Aidan O'Brien's seventh success in the prestigious race.
The Ballydoyle master trainer had seven chances to win the contest but it was Anthony Van Dyck that landed the spoils for the Irishman with Seamie Heffernan on board to land his first ever Derby victory.
The son of Galileo was a superstar as a two year old, but this year looked a different animal maturing and really growing into his coat to make him a dangerous Derby competitor.
After his victory in the Derby Trial at Lingfield he was placed in at third or fourth favourite depending which bookmaker you went with and on the Saturday went off at 13/2.
Heffernan in the latter stages of the contest shifted the three year old over towards the far side rail and used it to power the colt home and land the spoils in what was a hotly contested Classic.
Credit - Racing TV