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Last Updated: 28/09/13 5:06pm
Educate scores under the irrepressible Murtagh
Johnny Murtagh worked his big-race magic once again as Educate (8/1 favourite) hung on in a thrilling finish to land the Betfred Cambridgeshire for trainer Ismail Mohammed.
Since beginning his training career, Murtagh has enjoyed a golden spell in the saddle, mopping up feature races for fun.
After a few luckless runs this season, Educate finally enjoyed his day in the sun but he was made to wait for confirmation as Henry Candy's Code Of Honor flew home to be beaten just a short-head.
Graphic burst clear under Frankie Dettori two furlongs out, but with half a furlong to go he was running on empty as Educate went clear, only for Code Of Honour to give his supporters a final scare.
Tres Coronas was third - first home on the far side - with Graphic fourth and Seek Again fifth. Punters who placed an each-way bet with Sky Bet will also get paid out on sixth-home Dance And Dance.
Murtagh said: "The ground was fast enough for him, he didn't come down the hill that well but he was brave and had a big weight so it was a good performance.
"When I rode him at Haydock I thought he was a Group horse.
"I thought I hit the line well but I was still glad to hear three being called out.
"I've had an unbelievable year, I couldn't imagine it going like this. I'm getting on some nice horses and thankfully the line is coming just in time."
Mohammed added: "He's won a lot of races for us but this was the one I wanted.
"Winning races like this can only be good for us. I want my team to get bigger and bigger.
"Educate will go to Dubai and we have a programme for him there."