Lynn Redman had a day to remember at the Kimblewick meeting at Kingston Blount.

The trainer saddled Hot to Trot and Loveyoutothemoon to victory – 12 years to the day after her last double.

Both were partnered by leading lady rider Gina Andrews.

Despite having her own ideas on the way to post, five-year-old Hot To Trot made light work in the restricted race after Brass In Pocket blundered away his chance three out.

“She’s hot headed, so is aptly named,” said Redman, who trains just five miles west of the course at nearby Tetsworth.

Despite finishing alone, Loveyoutothemoon produced a taking performance in the intermediate race to record her second course success.

The race had yet to unfold when favourite Captiva Island, challenging upsides, unseated James King four out to leave the winner in isolation.

“She’s a bit of a diva,” the trainer said.

“The plan has always been to run her locally at Kingston and Kimble. She likes it here, so we’ll be back in two weeks for the mixed open.”

Alan Hill’s seven-year-old Back Bar, ridden by Izzy Marshall, was an impressive winner of the ladies open.

Completing the hat-trick after scoring at High Easter and Edgcote, the bargain purchase easily saw off fellow ex-Gordon Elliott inmate Free of Charge.

The victory helped the Aston Rowant handler narrow the gap in the Foran Equine Trainers’ Championship, where he now trails Tom Ellis by five.

“His jumping put the race to bed,” said Hill. “He’s been a superstar and I think he’s a proper horse. At £1,000 he’s been a steal.

“Start Royal was £4,000, Broken Eagle was £2,600. It’s early days, but this one could prove to be the best value.”

Hill suffered a shock reversal in the conditions race when odds-on favourite Hawkhurst was beaten by Cheltenam De Vaige.

But he did record a second success of the afternoon when Ravethebrave walked over in the members’ race.