DAN Sansom earned a win double when the Wilton held their annual point-to-point at Milborne St Andrew.

In the opening Maiden, four-year-old Agamemnon overtook long-time leader Boygojumping after the second last and stayed on well to win by eight lengths, despite losing a shoe.

The Restricted, run over 2.5 miles, produced an easy winner in On Alberts Head, trained by Kayley Woollacott and ridden by Jamie Thomas.

Taking up the lead outright at the second last, the well-backed winner powered away from his rivals to win by 10 lengths.

The four-runner Strutt & Parker Men's Open was a dramatic event.

Approaching the last, Theatre Evening looked to have victory at his mercy but on jumping the fence he quickly stopped and allowed Boss In Boots, ridden by Sansom, to come storming through to win by three lengths.

The Countryside Alliance Club Members race gave Champagne Rosie and new trainer Stuart Penny their first victory of the season.

Given a positive front running performance by Will Biddick, the mare was challenged over the last three fences by Turtle Tim, but found more on the run-in to win by eight lengths.

The Ladies' Open was an exhibition round of jumping from Minella Fifty, ridden by Taylor Pook.

Setting off in front, the gelding jumped superbly from fence to fence and was able to see off his two rivals by five lengths.

The concluding race, the Open Maiden, turned into a duel between Rakasba (Dan Sansom) and Rainbow Stripes (Biddick), which the former won by a neck.

Larkhill hosts its sixth meeting of the season on Easter Saturday.

The Open Maiden is the first race on the card and Tom Barton looks the likely winner. Sally Alner’s charge has been placed in each of his three outings this season and should be too good for his rivals.

The Men's Open might go to Tin Pot Man, who has already won two races this season for trainer-rider George Hiscock.

The Ladies' Open looks a competitive race with Rotablade, Master Medic, Seigneur Des Bois and Trueflyingcolours all in with a chance.

The Restricted could be between Treacyswestcountry, Miris Choice and Minella Selfie while the Intermediate may see the return of Cousin Pete to Larkhill.

Lough Inch holds an entry in the Club Members Conditions race, as does Marlpit Oak. Tom George’s Coeur De Fou has been running well this season and might come out on top.

The Hunt race concludes the card with Subtle Sovereign holding an entry. If he produces his form from last year, he ought to be too good for Pasternak Jack and Skating Home.