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Sir Henry Cecil's Chachamaidee produced a startling turn of foot to win the Betfred Mobile Chartwell Fillies' Stakes at Lingfield.
The four-year-old only had Dysphonia behind her turning for home but Tom Queally found the gaps at the right time and the daughter of Footstepsinthesand thundered home to run out a comfortable winner.
Night Lilly (20-1) chased home the 9-4 joint-favourite with Dysphonia (16-1) also finishing to great purpose in third.
The Warren Place trainer said: "She's in the Queen Anne and the Windsor Forest, but I'd rather see her take on her own sex.
"She actually hesitated and had too much to do, but the way she quickened tells me she there could be some nice races for her.
"Some of the press asked me why I was running her on the all-weather, but with a filly like this it's nice to get a run into her. She gets and mile and we'll feel our way. I hope we can win a Group One with her."