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Ransom Note: Group Three winner
Ransom Note made all to win the Weatherbys Earl Of Sefton Stakes at Newmarket.
Barry Hills' charge was sent off at 6-1 under Michael Hills and didn't see another rival as he dictated the gallop throughout.
The winning trainer said: "He was over the top by the time of the Cambridgeshire but there's no doubt he's a much better horse this year.
"The plan had been to go for the Huxley Stakes at Chester but I think that will be shelved and we'll look for something else.
"I plan to go globetrotting with him and 10 furlongs is his trip. He's a lovely and relaxed horse and he's done it well."
Andre Fabre's Polytechnicien (7-2) ran on well for second spot under French jockey Olivier Peslier.
Fabre said of the runner-up: "No excuses and he needs to drop back to a mile."
Favourite Elusive Pimpernel finished third under Ryan Moore,
Steele Tango finished fourth, with Forte Dei Marmi a disappointment further down the field.