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Last Updated: August 27, 2011 6:34pm
Fortune: Outstanding ride aboard Windsor winner
Jimmy Fortune and Opera Gal made every yard of the running to win the toteexacta August Stakes at Windsor.
The 11-4 second-favourite had market leader Elusive Pimpernel tracking her every move for a long way, but Eddie Ahern's mount folded tamely two furlongs out.
Having quickened matters at the half-mile pole, Fortune had clearly saved some petrol as his mount was ultra-game when pressed through the final furlong and a half by Sirvino, having a ready two and three-quarter lengths in hand at the line.
Winning trainer Andrew Balding told At The Races: "She's very tough, Jimmy gave her a lovely ride. She's as tough as teak and could go on from this.
"They broke the track record when she was second last time at Salisbury - she doesn't know when to give in and it's lovely to win a Listed race with her."