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Catlin - won on Majestic Dubawi.
There was no relief for punters in the next when 22-1 chance Majestic Dubai landed the Laundry Cottage Stud Firth Of Clyde Stakes.
Always handy under Chris Catlin, the Mick Channon-trained filly quickened past the pace-setting Shoshoni Wind over a furlong out and could not be caught.
The hot-favourite Rimth was a big disappointment, while Frankie Dettori, who missed his first ride due to a mix up at the airport, got going all too late on Ragsah to finish a length away in second, with Barefoot Lady in third.
Catlin said: "I've always thought a bit of her after I rode her to win at Bath.
"I kept it simple and she's very straightforward, she just did enough when she got to the front but she was always holding them, she would have picked up if they'd joined her."
Channon's son, Michael, said: "Chris said he thought she would run a big race and I thought she would too.
"She came here having to prove how good she is and she has gone and done it well - our horses just seem to progress and be happy horses.
"Music Show was beaten in this race last year, but she went on to win the Rockfel and perhaps that could be a possibility for Majestic Dubawi."