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Last Updated: August 18, 2011 2:47pm
Bogart: Easy winner of the opener
Kevin Ryan's Bogart won the DBS Premier Yearling Stakes at York.
Ridden by Phillip Makin, the son of Bahamian Bounty (17-2) was always up with the pace and found plenty of reserves late on for a comprehensive length and a quarter success.
Richard Fahey's Miss Work Of Art (16-1) bounced back to form in second, whilst Ewell Place (40-1) and Gerfalcon (16-1) dead-heated for third.
Red-hot 15-8 favourite Crown Dependency was disappointing.
Makin said: "He didn't handle the track at Goodwood - the ground was also a bit quick - but he's a really nice horse.
"He has bags of speed, but I'm sure he'll stay further.
"He gave me a great feel."
Ryan added: "He didn't handle Goodwood at all but Phillip always had a lot of faith in him.
"He (Makin) worked him the other day and said to me that he'll win.
"He bossed the race so he'll obviously go for the other sales race at Doncaster (Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes on September 8) now."