Three race meetings down in the Go Racing In Yorkshire Festival, and not surprisingly Danny Tudhope is leading the way with five wins, putting him firmly at the front of the race to be leading jockey, which is sponsored by Sky Bet.

Goldsborough Hall sponsor the trainers’ equivalent and Richard Fahey is marginally ahead with three wins, but there are seven trainers snapping at his heels with two.

After a blank day of racing in the county, the action moves to Catterick on Wednesday, which features an eight-race card.

Racing Welfare, the charity of the festival for this year, have named a race at the meeting to honour two members of staff who have spent a lifetime in racing.

Jock Bennett, who works for Mark Johnston and Kenny Williams, who is with Michael Dods, will be having their incredible achievement recognised.

The two met when they both worked for Bill Watts and when Williams was approached by Racing Welfare about having a race named in his honour, he insisted it should be shared with his lifelong friend.

"It's nice to get some recognition and to share it with Jock because we go back such a long way," he said.

The feature race on the card is the Sky Bet Go-Racing-In-Yorkshire Summer Festival Handicap and Tudhope will be looking to add to his tally as he partners Tomily for David O’Meara.

The son of Canford Cliffs has won on his last two starts and the pair will be hoping he can go close again.

The first race is at 2.10pm and the gates open at noon.