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Last Updated: 06/06/09 6:17pm
Eva's Request (right) holds off Alnadana.
Mick Channon's Eva's Request ran out a game winner of the Princess Elizabeth Stakes under Eddie Creighton at Epsom.
A good winner of a Listed race at Goodwood on her last start, Creighton bided his time expertly on the four-year-old.
Hot favourite Spacious had every chance turning into the straight but her effort was short-lived and it was Alain de Royer-Dupre's Alnadana who emerged as the main challenger.
However, she appeared ill at ease on the track and was a length down at the line, with Spacious four and a half lengths away in third.
Creighton said: "When there is a strong pace she always travels really sweetly.
"I went round the inside and she took off once I got a gap.
"She's so tough and genuine once the other horse came to me she went again.
"It's means a lot to have a winner on Derby day, it's massive."
Channon added: "I'm delighted for Liam Mulryan who owns this horse because he has been such a big supporter of ours and she cost a fair bit.
"She was always going to come good but sometimes with these fillies you just have to wait with them and I'm glad she's doing the business this year.
"Her target was always the Windsor Forest (at Royal Ascot) and she'll go there as long as everything is all right."
James Fanshawe said of Spacious: "She ran a good race for her first start of the year.
"Johnny (Murtagh) said she didn't handle the track too well and I am sure she has gone the right way.
"We will see how she comes out of the race but we will look at Royal Ascot and the Windsor Castle."
Christophe Soumillon was banned for two days (June 22 and 23) for causing interference on Alnadana.