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Last Updated: 21/07/12 3:55pm
Fanunalter (left) springs a surprise at 33-1
There was a big shock in the Transformers & Rectifiers Summer Mile at Ascot as 33-1 chance Fanunalter landed the Group 2 contest under Olivier Peslier.
The race revolved around 4-7 favourite Carlton House for The Queen on his drop back to a mile and he was a pretty keen in the early stages under Ryan Moore.
Although he managed to hit the front two furlongs out, those early exertions took a toll as the winner swept to the lead down the outer and was able to hold off a late thrust up the far rail from Pastoral Player by a neck.
Tullius kept on for third as Carlton House eventually dead-heated for fourth with Cai Shen.
Wigham said: "We just brought him along quietly - we haven't galloped him a lot - and he's done a lot of swimming.
"We thought he would improve a lot for today, but obviously I was wrong.
"We came here thinking he'd run well and that there would be one or two too good for us.
"We were going to go for a Group Three in Norway, but I think we'll be shelving that now.
"We'll have to go home and have a word with his owner.
"We'll have a rethink and work out what we're going to do at this stage.
"He obviously still retains a lot of his ability."
Wigham added: "His final race in Europe will be at the Arc meeting, but we'll have to have a rethink about what he might do before that.
"The owner may want to take him back to the Middle East."
Stoute said of Carlton House: "He looked as though he didn't settle.
"Ryan said he regretted not dropping him in.
"I don't know what we'll do now. We'll have to have a think."
Morrison was delighted with the effort of Pastoral Player.
He said: "They didn't go fast enough, but it was a great run.
"We wouldn't be frightened of going a mile in this sort of company again."