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Johnston - Hamilton winner.
Lowdown was cut to 16s from 50s for the Blue Square Stewards' Cup with Sky Bet after running away with the John Smith's-sponsored Scottish equivalent at Hamilton on Friday night.
Joe Fanning's mount led the stands' side group a merry dance from the moment the stalls opened and it soon became apparent those on the far side were fighting a losing battle.
Mark Johnston's charge was carrying a six-pound penalty for a recent Ripon win but that proved little hinderance as he thundered home three-and-a-quarter lengths clear of Damika.
Market principals Irish Heartbeat and Hawkeyethenoo (raced on the unfavoured side) were never factors and it was the winner who underlined his Glorious Goodwood credentials.