Barrow jockey Charlotte Jones produced a stunning result at Sedgefield on Tuesday afternoon, as she won on 66/1 outsider Golden Town.

It was Jones’ first winning ride since her breakthrough jump season in 2017/18 as she was first past the post in the CaseIH Market Share Handicap Hurdle on the eight-year-old gelding, trained by Cartmel’s James Moffatt.

It continued a remarkable few days for Jones, who works at Pitt Farm Stables in Cartmel, as only three days previously she had completed the Keswick to Barrow walk for the Air Ambulance team.

It was the sixth winner of her career as Golden Town chased down the leaders in the field during the two mile, one furlong race at the County Durham racecourse and went on to lead to the finish ahead of Zabeel Star.

After producing arguably the most memorable win of her career so far in what was her first ride of the season, Jones is due to ride on another Moffatt-trained horse in Lough Kent at the Handicap Hurdle at Perth on Thursday.