The Penshurst Cup was ran on Saturday with a crowd allowed on course to see the big race and others on the card.
Spectators came from across the south-west to enjoy the day out, with racing club members working hard to ensure the event was COVID-19 safe.
The Penshurst Cup was the seventh and final race on the card.
The winner of the cup was Sophie's Revenge, ridden by Melissa Julius and trained by Simon Wilde.
The Adam Chambers-trained Tough Vic came home in second place while Kate Walters was on board Brigadier when it was third across the line.
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