Sale Cup day again attracted a quality field of horses.
Lampedusa won race one, the three-year-maiden plate.
Motorised, ridden by Jamie Mott, won race two, the class one handicap from Hazard, ridden by Ryan Maloney, and Sergius, ridden by Damien Oliver.
Island Garden, ridden by Steven King, swoops past the leaders on the home straight in race three, the maiden plate. Number 10, True Brave, ridden by Brad Rawiller, finished second, while Skyrockets placed third.
Incorruptible, trained at Sale by Rebecca Kelly and ridden by apprentice jockey Patrick Maloney, came down the outside to win race four from number eight, Giddy Up Kirky, ridden by Brent Evans, with number six, Betty's Betta, ridden by Vlad Duric, third.
At the trophy presentations for race four are Bill Jones from the Sale Turf Club, Incorruptible owners Travis Kelly and Rebecca Kelly, jockey Patrick Maloney and David Turnbull from race sponsor Turnbulls Toyota.
Apprentice jockey Patrick Maloney completed his winning double on number two, Nusadarah, in race five, the 0-62 handicap. Te Kawana, ridden by Dean Holland, ran second, while Ballynova, ridden by Jason Benbow, placed third.
Patrick Maloney returns to the mountaing yard after his win on Nusadarah in race six.
The Inglis Trophy was won by Hunger, ridden by Peter Mertens, with Cool God, ridden by Damien Lane, second.
Jockey Peter Mertens at the presentation of trophies for the Inglis Trophy.
The Sale Cup field parades ahead of the race.
The Sale Cup field on its way to the starting gates.
Sertorious, ridden by Ryan Maloney, won the 2012 Sale Cup from Prizum, ridden by Jamie Mott, and Utah Saints, ridden by Steven King.
Ryan Maloney gives the thumbs up after Sertorious won the Sale Cup.
Pictured during the Sale Cup trophy presenation are Sale Turf Club president David Wilson, Paul Marsden from race sponsor Eastcoast Plumbtec, jockey Ryan Maloney, owner Michael Palmer and trainer Jamie Edawrds.
Race eight was won by Chilly Reception, ridden by Ibrahim Gundogdu, from Renegade Arrow, ridden by Jamie Mott.
Race nine was won by Reparations, trained by Anthony Freedman and ridden by Steven Arnold, from Locke's Choice, ridden by James Winks, and Rorke's Drift, ridden by Damien Oliver.