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Last Updated: 12/04/09 11:36am
Born Tobouggie is clear of his rivals.
Henry Cecil got off the mark for the new season in some style through Born Tobouggie (100-30) in the Listed Oddschecker.com Snowdrop Fillies' Stakes at Kempton.
The sturdy filly, part-owned by former England cricketer Chris Silverwood, looks to have made fine progress from three to four and made much of the running under Tom Queally.
Queally appeared to know exactly how much was in the tank and she came home tidily to win by two and a half lengths.
Cecil's assistant Mike Marshall said: "It's nice to have one in the bag before the Craven meeting.
"We knew she was Listed class - she had been working really nicely at home - and this race worked out perfectly for her. It's down to the boss where she goes next."