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Pure Poetry battles to victory.
Pure Poetry could attempt to secure two Classic trials in less than a week after providing Richard Hannon with a seventh victory in Kempton's Oddschecker.com Easter Stakes.
Although he was the trainer's apparent second string on betting, Pure Poetry was the only horse in the field with a 2000 Guineas entry and may now head for a more serious test in the banshahousestables.com Craven Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.
The Easter Stakes kicks off a week of informative trials but rarely throws up a winner of real substance itself and after he held off the game Shampagne by a head, Pure Poetry can be backed at 66-1 with sponsors Stan James for the Guineas at this stage.
Sent off at 14-1 against unplaced stablemate Sohcahtoa (4-1), Pure Poetry and Richard Hughes had only a brief moment of worry stuck in the middle of the pack turning for home but wriggled into space in good time.
"It has been a lucky race for me," said Hannon, who took the Easter Stakes five times between 1992 and 1997 alone.
"I knew he needed the run and he had never been round a bend before. I don't know the plan really - I might run him in the Craven on Thursday.
"He won very well at Newmarket last year. Although he is by Tagula, it's all stamina on the dam's side."
All the betting interest centred about Derby and Dante entry Saint Arch but the 6-4 favourite could not maintain his early lead and weakened to sixth.