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Catlin - won on Marajaa.
Marajaa overcame plenty of trouble in running to come out on top in the Tatler Summer Season Stakes for Willie Musson.
Chris Catlin rode the 12-1 chance with the utmost confidence and was still sat motionless entering the final two furlongs.
It looked for a moment as though the gap would not come but after being switched wide of runners, the seven-year-old showed a devastating turn of foot to score by three-quarters of a length from market-leader Mister Dee Bee.
Musson said: "He was winning off his highest mark today but he's a horse who suits this course. He found a bit of trouble but that kept him interested.
"Hopefully a 3lb penalty might sneak him into the mile handicap here on Friday and I think the owners would be keen to see him run."