The riding family Andrews, from Lilley, in Hertfordshire, continued its love affair with Horseheath Raceourse on Saturday, when both Jack Andrews and his older sister, Gina, notched doubles at the Puckeridge Point-To-Point meeting at the Haverhill venue.

It was at Horseheath in February 2015 that Jack and Gina combined with their sister, Bridget (who has now turned professional and become the nation’s most prolific winning rider under National Hunt rules) to notch the historic feat of three different siblings riding winners on one card.

This undulating course has witnessed ten more Andrews victories in five meetings since then and on Saturday that tally went to 14 in six as Jack landed the Maiden on King’s Walden and the Intermediate on Neumond, while Gina was on the mark in the Hunt Members, with Banksandditches, and in the Ladies Open, with Sharp Suit.

The most significant of the quartet was probably King’s Walden (pictured below right), now trained in Warwickshire by Gina’s husband, Tom Ellis, since this was a horse that Jack had bought himself for £2,000 two years earlier, before breaking him in and selling him on to his current owner, David Barnard, from Thaxted, in Essex.