Oliver had a busy four days at Oasby with 13 runners across the levels and four wins.
Cooley Rosalent topped an open intermediate section, Samiro Cruze MC won a novice and both French Exchange and Dolmen Debenture a BE100 – this was French Exchange’s first affiliated event.
Caunton Cordon Bleu took the runner up spot in his BE100 section, Apollo 11 placed fourth and Herkules 281 sixth.
In the novice classes, Cooley Stirling joined Samiro Cruze MC in the ribbons with a third place while Cooley and Co, En Taro des Vernier and Finley du Loir had steady rounds.
Whilst Oliver let the handbrake off with Cooley Rosalent, Cooley Master Class and Crazy du Loir cantered around the intermediate track.
Oliver & Dolmen Debenture © Hannah Cole