Sally Randell, who brought two horses to Andoversford on Sunday, provided a clean sweep of the awards on a triumphant day made brilliant by her two winner in the opening two races.
My Murphy, in her own ownership, gave Alfie Tufnell a first proper win following a bloodless walkover the previous week in the Tayler and Fletcher 10 Year Olds & Upwards Conditions Race, whilst 40 minutes later, Cheltenham de Vaige had only to fend off the weak challenge of Major Detail in the Porsche Centre Tewkesbury Restricted Race to double up for the day.
No other trainer was able to get a handle on the Brewin Dolphin Leading Trainer Award, which added another 30% to the prize monies from the first two races, whilst the judging panel unanimously awarded Sally the Dubarry Outstanding Achievement Award of a £500 voucher to spend with the eponymous retailer on the back of her achievement.
"It's great to reward effort and achievement," reported Andoversford Committee Chairman Peter McNeile. "We're delighted to give something back to those that put in the long hours to prepare horses, and Sally has excelled herself today."