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Captivator (l): Scores under Kieren Fallon in Kempton feature
Captivator edged out 7-4 favourite Law Of The Range to win the Betfred Mobile Sports Snowdrop Fillies' Stakes at Kempton.
Lord Vestey's home-bred had captured some minor black type last season but appeared an improved mare at five.
Kieren Fallon pointed Captivator (11-1) through the gaps but faced a sustained challenge from Law Of The Range in the final stages and only just held on.
"We tried her over longer distances last season but she seems to have become quicker so this mile suited," said winning trainer James Fanshawe.
"She's from a really good family, the dam Cashew has produced horses like Macadamia, and it's great she has stayed in training.
"I'm going to have to have a think about where she'll go now."
Law Of The Range, who was jarred-up from her outing at Glorious Goodwood at the end of July, also thrilled connections with her effort.