How much do you know about this week's topics?
Barely a day goes by without big news stories breaking, among them the seismic, controversial and downright wacky. Have you been paying attention this week? Let's find out . . .
1 "What with all the hugging and kissing you could really feel that the magic was back between them"
Who was Hugo Palmer talking about on Monday?
A Josephine Gordon and Gifted Master
B Frankie Dettori and Galileo Gold
C Josephine Gordon and Galileo Gold
D Frankie Dettori and Gifted Master
2 Cheltenham Festival stalwart Any Currency was retired this week, how many times did he run at the meeting?
3 One Coral punter was laughing all the way to the bank after five Punchestown winners netted him over £800,000. How much did he stake?
4 The Racing Post Jumps Horse of the Year was crowned at Sandown on Saturday, who claimed the title?
A Many Clouds
B One For Arthur
D Defi Du Seuil
5 Grand National legend Amberleigh House sadly died this week aged 25. Which year did he triumph at Aintree?
6 What price was Gordon Elliott on the eve of the Punchestown festival to be crowned champion trainer, only for him to lose out to Willie Mullins on the final day of the season?
7 Thunder Snow was confirmed as a runner in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby, but who is the only European horse to win a leg of the US Triple Crown?
B Raven’s Pass
C Go And Go
8 Who said: "Hopefully this has put us on the next level and will mean more patronage for the stable. It keeps everybody in a job and pays everybody's mortgage."
A John Gosden
B Peter Bowen
C Gordon Elliott
D Ruth Carr
9 James Davies rode a winner at Chepstow, but there was a sting in the tail after he partnered Redbridge Miller to victory. What happened?
A He was given a 21-day whip ban
B He was stripped of the winner after weighing in light
C He was thrown off after the line and fractured his foot
D He lost the race after the winner was deemed ineligible
10 Menorah was retired after another great win in the Oaksey Chase at Sandown. How many times did he land the prize?
Scroll down for the answers....
1 B (Frankie Dettori and Galileo Gold)
2 D (six)
3 D (£19)
4 A (Many Clouds)
5 C (2004)
6 A (1-5)
7 C (Go And Go)
8 D (Ruth Carr)
9 C (fractured his foot)
10 B (four)