We sign off with an extended recap of the great equine stars who graced 32 years of racing on Channel 4

Thanks for watching them... and us. Farewell!
Simon Holt is the commentator for the last race broadcast on Channel 4 after 32 years continuous coverage
SPECIAL TIARA, following an early blunder by Sire De Grugy which triggered an unseat by Jamie Moore, wins the Desert Orchid Chase at Chepstow
Ridiculously easy for 1/9 favourite ALTIOR as the Arkle favourite & Supreme Hurdle winner shines again, remaining unbeaten over obstacles
How far can this horse go? And does Tizzard have a shot at the trainers' title? Read our report from yesterday

Thistlecrack excels in ninth straight win - Channel 4 Racing

THISTLECRACK a fantastic winner of the King George in only his fourth attempt over fences. One serious horse to look forward to over the next couple of years...
YANWORTH wins the Christmas Hurdle and looks Champion Hurdle bound now with Alan King "delighted" by his Kempton success
MIGHT BITE is so unlucky, falling at the last with the race well won to hand victory to ROYAL VACATION in the G1 Kauto Star Novices' Chase
Thanks to cartoonist Darren Bird for joining us on the final Morning Line and producing this lovely drawing
Tips from the final Morning Line ever(!) for today's racing at Kempton and Wetherby
Not sure what Santa got you, but we hope not to disappoint with these five gifts tomorrow (or six including the Morning Line). Merry Christmas!
Paul Nicholls will be our guest on our final Morning Line at 8am on Boxing Day when we will preview all the big races at Kempton including a fabulous King George
An appreciation of Colin Tizzard and his two stable stars

It's a King George duel to savour - Channel 4 Racing

You can send in questions for our Morning Line guest Paul Nicholls ahead of Boxing Day now - and your favourite memories of the King George please. Thanks!
CUE CARD's greatest threat to a King George double is in a stable box a few doors down from his own...

It's a King George duel to savour - Channel 4 Racing

They're going head to head! THISTLECRACK will take on stablemate CUE CARD in the King George on Boxing Day
After 35 years working on live horse racing broadcasts, Jim McGrath bids goodbye to viewers for the final time
A broadcasting novelty as a horse wins the 3.15 at Haydock, and nobody knows which. The winner is later declared to be 6-1 shot CLYNE, trained by Evan Williams
Another win for Unowhatimeanharry - certainly the best staying hurdler in Britain now, his seventh successive triumph for Harry Fry
Jim McGrath is refreshingly candid about the Jim Best "shambles" created by the BHA