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Caspar Netscher: Winning favourite
Caspar Netscher pipped Redact in the Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury.
Alan McCabe's Gimcrack winner was sent off the 15-8 favourite and travelled well for Kieren Fallon towards the far side of the field.
Once committed into the lead with a furlong to run he put a length between himself and the field but hung to his right, slightly taking the ground of runner-up Redact (9-1).
However he was well in command at the line and deserved his second Group Two win of the season, providing Fallon with a double on the day in the process.
"Kieren said he got to the front too soon and then idled - he was pulling himself up in front," explained McCabe.
"He's had plenty of racing but he's still growing and strengthening, and he seems to have improved every time I go and look at him.
"The long-term plan is the Breeders' Cup, where he'll have an entry in the six-furlong race and one on the turf. But we'll also want to keep an eye on the Middle Park."
Fallon said: "I rode him work the other morning - he doesn't do much at home, but on the track he comes alive.
"You wouldn't think he'd had a race today."
Saigon (9-2) held every chance with a furlong to run but couldn't quite match the turn of foot of the winner and was eventually third behind Redact.