Cecil to stay at Warren Place
Lady Cecil is to continue to train from the historic Warren Place stables in Newmarket next season.
Speculation had been rife about the potential future of the yard, for so long associated with Lady Cecil's late husband Sir Henry Cecil.
Lady Cecil took over the licence on a temporary basis following the death of Sir Henry on June 11, and saddled her first winners just a few days later.
More success followed at Royal Ascot, with Riposte an emotional winner of the Ribblesdale Stakes at the meeting where Sir Henry was the leading trainer by some way.
More big-race glory came last month at York, with the Henry Ponsonby-owned Tiger Cliff winning the Betfred Ebor.
Ponsonby said: "It's very good news. I'm delighted for the team at Warren Place.
"It was a great day when Tiger Cliff won the Ebor for us all and it's fingers crossed for the Cesarewitch."