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Last Updated: 26/10/13 6:16pm
Andrew Balding: Trains Wylye
Andrew Balding's two-year-olds are flying at the moment and Wylye became his latest winner in division one of the Cracked 80 E.B.F. Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Newbury.
A grey Dalakhani filly owned and bred by the Wigan family, she went off at 8/1 but knuckled down for David Probert to beat another newcomer, Dogaressa, by a neck.
Balding had introduced the exciting End Of Line at Doncaster on Friday and he said of Wylye: "We were pretty confident she would handle the (heavy) ground and the owners have been patient with her. She should make a really nice staying filly next season."
Roger Charlton apologised to anyone taking his website offerings too literally as Lady Tyne (8/1) hosed up in division two under Martin Harley.
The Beckhampton trainer had been pessimistic about whether the daughter of Halling would handle the ground, but she built on her debut fifth at Kempton by motoring eight lengths clear of Tioga Pass.
"I didn't mean to put anyone away, but I don't think anyone knows if their horse will go on soft ground," he said. "I wasn't sure about Hallings, but when I looked at the mare it was all fast ground form."
The past two winners of this maiden were Shirocco Star and Secret Gesture, both of whom were second in the Oaks.
Aqlaam Vision (7/1) appreciated the heavy ground and seven furlongs as she grabbed the biggest victory of her career in the Listed Free Bets freebets.co.uk (Radley) Stakes.
Campaigned busily by Clive Brittain, she picked up the bridle well for William Buick and shaded Oxsana and the strong-travelling 3/1 favourite Dutch Romance by a neck and a nose.
Bruce Raymond, racing manager to owner Saeed Manana, said: "We know she stays further but we dropped her back in trip for one of the sales races, it was too short for her.
"Knowing Clive, she'll probably end up in the Guineas."
Polished apprentice Sammy Bell won the Bathwick Tyres Handicap aboard Hi There (13/2), while the Worthington's & Aylesbury Ex Servicemen's Club E.B.F. Fillies' Handicap went to another Yorkshire raider in 10/1 shot Lilac Lace.