Tote Win: £3.40 Tote Place: £1.50,2.20,2.20
Straight Forecast: £13.44 Exacta: £18.20 Trifecta: £58.80 Swingers: 1&2:3.00 2&3:8.80 1&3:3.20
Jackpot: £48,067.53 carried forward to Bath, 15th Sep
Placepot: £39.00, Pool: £199635.31, 3729.08 winning tickets
Quadpot: £10.80, Pool: £10900.43, 742.8 winning tickets
Hugo Palmer: "Hasn't it just been a wonderful day? What can you say? He's always been a very good animal and his owners have been very patient with him. He's had a gelding operation, a wind operation and now he's four-years-old, he's only just beginning to repay them. He's in both the Cambridgeshire at Newmarket and the Challenge Cup at Ascot and I'm leaning towards the latter with him. Will (Buick) got off him and said that a stiff seven furlongs would suit and Ryan (Moore) said the same thing after he rode him recently at Haydock. His owner is keen on trying him at seven furlongs as well so that's probably where he'll go. He's a half-brother to a Grade One winner in the States (Grand Couturier) who won over a mile and a half so there's every chance he could stay further but he's shown so much speed recently that there's not much point in changing a winning formula. That's the first double of my career. I set myself two targets this year - to have a double and to train a Group One winner. I don't think I'll do the latter but this fellow has given me a Glorious Goodwood winner and he's now won at the Leger meeting so we're very happy."