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Last Updated: 31/08/13 3:43pm
Ladys First and Integral flash past the post together
Integral (13/8 favourite) and Ladys First (7/1) fought out a dead-heat in the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Atalanta Stakes at Sandown on Saturday.
It looked like it would turn into a battle between the two inside the final quarter mile as Ryan Moore pulled out Integral to challenge down the outside.
Sir Michael Stoute's filly pulled half a length clear of the always prominent Ladys First inside the final furlong but couldn't put the race to bed and Richard Fahey's daughter of Dutch Art battled back gamely late on.
It looked as though Ladys First had done enough to get back up, but in a thrilling finish Moore galvanised one last effort from Integral who put her head down right on the line to force a dead heat.
Shuruq (12/1) finished third for Saeed bin Suroor.
Stoute said: "The other horse is admirably consistent and I thought she had us beaten so I'm happy to share the prize.
"I was scared of the Godolphin filly so I'm relieved really as Ryan went too early, he said he messed up. She's still a bit immature, she proved that in the Nassau, so she's just learning her trade but she has a lot of talent.
"It's too early to say where she'll go but I'll contemplate running her in the Sun Chariot."
Hamilton said: "I thought Ryan had got me but my filly is very brave, she's run a lot of big races this year and it's great she has won a Group Three. I'm very pleased for the owners who have waited a long time for this."