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Last Updated: November 1, 2013 3:32pm
Rae Guest: Trains Cape Factor
Cape Factor put the gloss on a profitable season by winning the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Bosra Sham Fillies' Stakes at Newmarket.
The Rae Guest-trained youngster claimed her fourth success from five starts this year with a pretty convincing display under Chris Catlin.
Sent off the well-backed 7/2 favourite, Cape Factor was always handily placed behind the front-running Musicora before she galloped into a commanding lead a furlong and a half from home.
Genuine Quality and Penny Drops both came from off the pace, but Cape Factor responded gamely once pressed to defeat the former by a length and a half in this Listed affair over six furlongs.
Guest told Racing UK: "We bought her back for an autumn campaign and it's worked out perfectly. She's very fast over six (furlongs). We'll see how she goes over the winter and we might just try her out in one of the (1000 Guineas) trials to see how good she is. She likes this ground."