What. A. Day. Where do you start with a recap?
From the parade of older equine heroes including Looks Like Trouble and Bobs Worth, to the crowning of a new - yet in many ways so familiar - champion jockey in Richard Johnson, the action has been non-stop.
Much of the day was about Johnson, but gaining an equal share of the headlines was the fierce battle for the trainers' title between Paul Nicholls and Willie Mullins. Nicholls came into the day with a lead of £53,593, but after the first two races that had shrunk to £44,308.
However, team Ditcheat fought back, with a second and fourth in the feature race, the bet365 Gold Cup, sealing Mullins' fate and keeping the title in Britain.
Controversy ensued when Mullins withdrew Vroum Vroum Mag from the following race, the Select Hurdle, a move that cost him £1,000. However, the day ended on a high for the Closutton trainer when McKinley landed the final race of the British jumps season, the bet365 Handicap Hurdle.