Winner at longest price: Eastern Magic (66-1) at Worcester, his first win in four years.
Winner at longest Tote odds: Eastern Magic, paying pounds 123.80 for pounds 1 Tote stake.
Shortest-priced loser: Noufari, sent off at 4-5, finished only third at Wolverhampton.
Worst Tote odds: Lawful, who won at Wolverhampton at a starting price of 10-1, returned a dividend of just pounds 6.80 (less than 6-1) to a pounds 1 stake on the Tote.
Tote Placepots: Sandown (two placed favourites) pounds 147.60; Leicester (four placed favs) pounds 416.60; Ripon (three placed favs) pounds 48.20; Market Rasen (three placed favs) pounds 146.80; Worcester (2 placed favs) pounds 99.00; Wolverhampton (3 placed favs) pounds 265.80.
Jackpot: pounds 10,550.50 at Sandown; pounds 13,373.96 carried forward to Pontefract today. THE WEEK'S WINNERS Jockey: Claire West, who was unseated when Captain Carat tried to duck under the stalls before the Pontefract Apprentice Series (Round 1) Handicap at Pontefract on Tuesday. Far from being perturbed, she fairly sprinted back behind the stalls to get back in the saddle. In the race, she produced Captain Carat, who has to be held up for a late effort, with a lovely run on the far rails to lead close home.
Trainer: Luca Cumani, who produced the five-year-old Suplizi to win the Langthorpe Stakes at Ripon on Saturday after an absence of 641 days
Horse: Master Charter, who was last turning for home in the Pontefract Park Handicap at Pontefract last Tuesday but made up ten lengths in the last furlong to win by an easy two lengths. He is now 6-1 favourite for Wednesday's Victoria Cup at AscotReuse content