TIM Underwood was confirmed as the Dubarry of Ireland leading trainer at Barbury racecourse in 2017 with two more winners at Sunday's Tedworth Hunt meeting.

After defeat for Underwood's Ourson, ridden by Phil York, in the opening Subaru restricted race by Kim Tripp’s Moscow Priced, he landed the six year olds and over PPORA club members race with Golden Crisp.

Underwood then sent out 11-year-old Too Late To Sell in the two-runner confined race, ridden by Katy Lyons for a second win from eight starts.

Nineteen year old jockey Lucy Mager followed up her success on Moscow Priced by piloting Marguerite St Just to the two miles four-furlong open maiden for mares and fillies as the only finisher, the only challenger Beauchamp Ruby reluctant to jump off as the tapes went up.

The seven-year-old mare is trained by Teresa Clark and Mager said: "I ride this a lot at home at the moment and it’s a pleasure to ride out for Teresa. They are well prepared and schooled and we joked a little in the week that I might get a double, but I can’t believe it’s really happened.''

Twelve runners were entered for the mixed open, but only one declared for the three and a half mile event making this contest a walk over for Gerald Burton's The Rodeo Clown ridden by 17-year-old Sam Burton.

Another up and coming 17-year-old Bradley Roberts took The Ramsbury Vodka four, five and six year olds Open maiden on Rest Easy trained by Welsh resident trainer Andrew Quick.