Fanny Logan continued her curve when Finishing a hat-trick of wins in The company in the EBF Stallions John Musker Fillies’ Stakes.
By backing up recent victories at Salisbury and York with a clear-cut success in the mile-and-a-quarter decoration having finished second on her debut the John Gosden-trained three-year-old went one better.
Overcoming the draw in stall 16, the daughter of Sea The Stars hit the front before readily hastening clear to defeat Bighearted by three 32, approaching the final furlong.
Rab Havlin, riders of this 6-5 winner, stated:”It was a tricky attraction. I was in behind three broad and I had been happy there, but since they thinned outI finished just two up off the fence which was ideal and that I had a run round to be frank.
“She was the class filly coming to the race and hammering any hiccups or poor visitors, we believed she was going to do that and that’s what has happened.
“She went past both and when I pressed her, she promptly responded and just kept at it.
“I think it is an upgrade on Salisbury as she was still a bit raw there and wished to pull her head running up the mountain and we struck some soft ground round the bend and that stopped her today she dropped her mind straight away.
“I think that ground was ideal for her and that I feel a mile and a quarter is her trip for the time being.”
Joseph O’Brien saddled his first two runners in the trail using Cnoc An Oir finishing best of his group over five lengths back in fifth.
Tom Marquand, rider of Cnoc An Oir, said:”She raced, but regrettably she just got touched off for that piece of black kind they were afterwards. It turned out to be a big run the same. Hopefully Joseph will attract a couple more over here”