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Lyn Valley (right) gets the better of Rosso Corsa
Mark Johnston struck yet again at Goodwood as Lyn Valley (2/1) got the better of Rosso Corsa (9/2) in the Peter Willett Conditions Stakes.
The son of Shamardal took up the running inside the final furlong as long-time leader Wahaab weakened out of it, with Mick Channon's Rosso Corsa the final challenger on the inside.
It did look as if Rosso Corsa, making a quick return after his last-of-four finish behind Kingman at the weekend, might get up in the closing stages, but Lyn Valley pulled out more under Joe Fanning to win by a neck.
Wahaab was sent of the 13/8 favourite after finishing seventh in the Coventry Stakes on his previous start.
However, his time off the track told as he was keen going to post and in the race as he led them along under Paul Hanagan.
"We weren't quite sure whether he wanted six or seven furlongs but we plumped for seven and it has worked out nicely," said Johnston's wife, Deirdre.
"It gets quite exciting now as he's entered in next week's Champagne Stakes at Doncaster as well as two of the valuable Tattersalls sales races at Newmarket on September 21 and October 5.
"The last one is worth half a million, so I would imagine we'll be tempted by that."