A review of the rest of the action from York's Ebor meeting
Last Updated: August 21, 2013 6:18pm
Bogart (l) won the opener for Kevin Ryan
Bogart returned to winning form for the first time in nearly two years in the Symphony Group Stakes at York.
Kevin Ryan's four-year-old had looked in the process of running a big race on his last visit to the Knavesmire when his saddle slipped and Amy Ryan, daughter of the Hambleton handler, took a crashing fall.
Neil Callan took over in the plate and the 7/1 chance was never far from the pace against the rail.
Goldream challenged on the far side, along with Face The Problem down the centre, but Bogart won by three-quarters of a length from the former.
The well-backed 4/1 favourite Above Standard was unplaced.
Callan said: "I'm the lucky one as this should be Amy Ryan's ride. He's gutsy and has got loads of speed. I let him stretch from two (furlongs) out and he just kept sticking his neck out."
Ryan said: "Amy was confident the last day, but seeing her get up off the ground meant more than any winner I'll ever have - it put years on me when it happened.
"We felt he was coming back to his best and he does like this track. He'll be entered in the Portland (Handicap, Doncaster) and we'll also look at the Ayr Gold Cup later on."
Mark Johnston's Broxbourne (6/1) continued her rich vein of form getting up in a blanket finish to the Lanstone Building Conservation Handicap for Joe Fanning.
The jockey said: "She's very tough. I was worried they hadn't gone fast enough but she got me out of trouble. I think Mark's talking about the Cesarewitch which should suit her."
Ryan Moore, successful in the Great Voltigeur, was also in the mark in the closing BetVictor.com Nursery when Clive Brittain's Bahamian Heights (12/1) made just about all of the running in first-time blinkers.