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By Martin Kelly and Tom Peacock, PA Sport. Last Updated: 04/06/10 1:58pm
Spacious gets the better of Heaven Sent.
David and Patricia Thompson enjoyed a memorable day at Royal Ascot as Spacious led home a one-two for their Cheveley Park Stud operation in the Windsor Forest Stakes.
The James Fanshawe-trained Spacious was the second choice of the two runners, with Sir Michael Stoute's Heaven Sent sporting the first colours under Ryan Moore.
However, Johnny Murtagh, still reeling after picking up a total of seven days suspension at the meeting on Tuesday, set out with a positive attitude aboard 10-1 shot Spacious.
He was content to make the pace aboard his mount with Moore settling Heaven Sent on her heels as very few got into the race, although the favourite Lush Lashes did flatter briefly.
Heaven Sent ranged alongside the leader and they fought out a terrific finish with Spacious coming out on top as she returned to her best form.
Fanshawe said: "Johnny said after her last run at Epsom he would like to ride her here and people have been saying for a long time we should be making more use of her stride.
"There didn't look to be an obvious front-runner, so Johnny felt he would go out and make it and he had a nice lead.
"It was a hell of a battle with Heaven Sent. Obviously my ex-boss (Stoute) won't be very happy, but it's great for us as our filly had been a bit disappointing since the Guineas last year.
"Let's hope she can go on from here."
Fanshawe also took the race with Soviet Song three years ago, adding: "It's great to get her winning again. She didn't win at three but Soviet Song didn't win at three either.
"We'll have to think about it quite carefully, somewhere she can use her stride, she wants either a stiff mile or an easy 10 furlongs."
Murtagh, riding his second winner of the meeting, added: "I rode her at Epsom and she's a big-striding filly and just couldn't get balanced down the hill.
"I thought the stiff mile here might suit her and I let her use the beautiful stride she has. You can see she's tenacious and it was a good battle.
"My old boss (Fanshawe) is a dangerous man come Ascot and we were on the right one today."
Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, said: "Both fillies were here on their own merit.
"Spacious came here after making her seasonal debut at Epsom and Johnny decided to stick with her, we let her go on and use her stride which was always the plan and after having some problems last year she is back to where she was.
"I'm also thrilled with Heaven Sent who has run a great race for the second year in a row.
"Before the race I couldn't really have split them but I suppose I'd have fancied Heaven Sent slightly more to beat Lush Lashes."
Mick Channon said of Eva's Request: "She's run well and I have no complaints with that.
"I know she beat the winner at Epsom but they did go a proper gallop that day.
"She's holding her form great, she's in the Falmouth and we'll look at that and all the good mile races, she wouldn't want the ground to be too firm."