ROSS-ON-WYE racing enthusiast Chloe Wakefield won the top trainer and leading owner prize at the Hereford & Borders Racing Club's final meeting.

Their final race of the season survived the weather and consisted of a packed nine-race card.

Wins from Coalford Earl and places from American Hustle and American Graffiti proving to be more than enough for Wakefield to top the leader boards.

With it being a true family affair, with Chloe giving drives to older sister Kelly and younger brother Lee.

The success did not stop there for the Wakefield family, with Coalford Earl also being named joint leading horse with two wins and a second.

Named alongside Coalford Earl as leading horse was up and coming horse, Wellfield Wizard, taking the big one of the day, wining the BHRC Chairman’s Cup heat and final.

Fittingly it was Jaimie Davis who took the drive in the final to steer the four-year-old colt to an eight length victory.

The win also secured Davis’ place as leading driver with four wins.

Fflur Jones won the Young Drivers Series, coming off a 10 yard trail with Velvet Penlan to win in style.

The 16 year-old won the Gwyne Higgins Memorial Young Series with two wins, in just her first season of driving.

The Dodson & Horrell Members Series was won by Rockin Fella, driven by owner/trainer Gareth Bevan.

The award ceremony for all the prize winners will take place in December.

Harness racing will return to Ivington Farm again next year, for more information on the 2020 fixtures visit the @hbhrc facebook page.