The Frankie Dettori bandwagon continued over the weekend, as the Italian struck a hat-trick of winners at Sandown Park on Saturday - sandwiched by his stunning success with the returning John Gosden mare Enable.
The 48-year-old made a visit to the winners enclosure before the feature Eclipse Stakes at 3:35 when guiding William Haggas' returning star Mojito to a front-running victory, who had been off the track since October 2017.
Later landing the three-timer aboard Dermot Weld's Falcon Eight, Dettori was busy on Sunday when heading the Deauville with trainer John Gosden to get champion two-year-old Too Darn Hot back to winning ways.
Also combining to score with short-price favourites from across the week with the likes of Logician at Newbury and Promissory at Doncaster, the duo appear completely unstoppable at the moment.
As a result, there is no surprise to see plenty of you sending in your best winning bets from the last seven days, with the Newmarket trainer's horses at the heart of them.
Our own tipped-up selections have been in stunning form of late as well, with the NAP going for a fourth win in five days on Monday afternoon.
The loser in that bunch was a close second on Saturday at Chelmsford, whilst the Dark Horse provided a 16/1 winner earlier in the week, and was just denied on Sunday - still leaving us collecting valuable place money.
Many of you were not sitting around after Saturday's glory day at Sandown, getting stuck into some top-notch trebles from Ayr, Market Rasen and Deauville.
Let's take a look at some of the best you have sent in over the past few days, a couple of absolute crackers:
BEST BET OF THE WEEKEND?
We have two standout entrants for our best best of the week; two very different winning slips which are very hard to compare and contrast.
Here are the two winners:
First of all, it is hard to gauge how many tricasts or forecasts one puts on for a certain race, but with 50p stakes, correctly predicting the 1-2-3 in a thirteen-horse race event surely leaves one with a great winning margin.
The second race at Sandown on Saturday was the Coral Challenge - won by the returning Mojito, but this lucky punter also had the eventual second and third in the same bet in the right place.
Sometimes a case of 'why did I not put more on', that motto cannot apply here as it's merely just luck with a bit of fortune.
A bit of expertise possibly tied in as well, but a huge congratulations to our lucky punter in bet number one.
They will have to share the prize for our best winning bet of the week with the holder of bet number two, who owed this outstanding six-fold accumulator.
£15 on the nod, those with eagle eyes will notice the six winning selections came from the next six races in the UK and Ireland at the time of placing.
Just over £3,000 was awarded to this lucky winner from just under an hour's work - which is premier-league footballer style.
Instances like this come to every average day punter once in a blue moon - if they ever do, and to add insult to injury for the bookies, all bar one of the winning legs were subject to a late drift, forcing them to part way with an extra £1,800 with best odds guaranteed.
A resounding effort, but tough to split these two winning slips given their difference in style and bet variation.
For the pair it was a great weekend's work, and a massive well done to all our winners following our own tips from the last week, or in-fact selecting their own!
Remember to always gamble responsibly, 18+.
All of our own tips can be found on the Daily Horse Racing Tips segment on our page - thewinnersenclosure.com.