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Last Updated: 05/06/11 3:47pm
Olivier Peslier completed a double aboard Silver Pond.
Silver Pond lowered the colours of Behkabad in the Group Two Grand Prix de Chantilly Stakes.
Olivier Peslier was completing a quickfire double following the success of Immortal Verse as Silver Pond ran out a narrow winner of the mile and a half contest to gain his first success of the season.
The grey had given plenty of trouble before consenting to load but was perfectly tractable once the race was underway, travelling in second behind Clive Cox's Poet.
Bekhabad, who was fourth in the Prix de l'Arc De Triomphe 12 months ago and having his first start since finishing third to Dangerous Midge in the Breeders Cup Turf, got a smooth run up the inside of Poet and looked to be travelling strongly.
Peslier appeared to harder at work but his mount pulled out more despite putting his head to one side and edged out his rival.
The runner-up looks sure to improve for this seasonal return and the pair pulled a long way clear of Allied Powers who ran a blinder for Michael Bell in edging out Ley Hunter for third.
Poet, who made Workforce work hard last time, would have preferred softer ground and was readily outpaced in the straight.
Victor Chandler introduced the winner at 25-1 for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and left the second unchanged at 16-1.
Coral didn't quote the winner and responded by cutting Epsom Derby hero Pour Moi to 4-1 from 5s whilst making Bekhabad a 20-1 chance.