Seven Heavens, a son of Frankel, stormed to success on debut at Ascot on Friday.
The two-year-old was heavily backed before the race and ended up winning off of 5/4, having been nearer 2/1 earlier in the day.
Frankel’s offspring have been part of a sensational story so far this year and Seven Heavens continued it with the six furlong win at Ascot.
The first of the Frankel offspring to wear the Frankel colours, Seven Heavens is now likely to have a big summer and future.
Mark Johnston’s Montataire was a good-looking winner of the Knights Nursery Handicap Stakes on Property Race Day at Ascot too, leading one furlong out and easing down to a comfortably success over six furlongs.
A thrilling finish in the third race of the day saw Oceane and Fergus Sweeney narrowly win The Close Brothers Property Finance Handicap Stakes on the line.
Five runners had a chance going into the final half furlong, but Oceane, away from the rail, sealed the win with a lunge late on, with well backed Steve Rodgers finishing a narrow second.
After winning on Seven Heavens in the opening race of the day, Robert Havlin secured his double with an impressive success in the EBF Breeders’ Series Fillies’ Stakes at 17/1.
One of the rides of the day though must go to George Baker, who left it late to send Misterioso to the front to win the Long Harbour Handicap Stakes.
Adam Kirby justified his trip to Ascot with a front running masterclass on Bobby Wheeler to win the JLL Handicap Stakes for Clive Cox.
In the final race of the day, longshot Bluegrass Blues won at a huge 33/1.
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