Double delight for Charlton
Roger Charlton landed both divisions of the one-mile maiden at Salisbury with two youngsters who could have futures.
Charlton had two runners in each division of the British Stallion Studs EBF Booker Wholesale Maiden Stakes, with So Beloved sent off at 9-1 under James Doyle in the first version.
Having settled much better than on his debut at Newbury where he faded into fourth, So Beloved weaved through runners before charging home between Tawhid and the favourite Greatwood to win by a length.
"He learned a lot for his first run. He's a nice horse and we've always liked him," said Charlton.
"I don't like entering horses in Group One races but I did put him in the Racing Post Trophy which was a bit of a giveaway. He won't run in it, but he'll be a nice horse next season.
"I'm not inclined to run him again this season but I'll be guided by Lord Grimthorpe (owner Khalid Abdullah's racing manager).
"I hope he reappears in a handicap off about 85!"
The chances of Charlton's debutante Magog (16-1) where harder to find in the second division.
Already gelded, the half-brother to stablemate Rosslyn Castle is out of Irish Oaks winner Margarula by smart sire Dansili.
In the rear early, Ian Mongan did not have to get serious as he made lots of ground up inside the final two furlongs to beat Ikhtisas by a length and a half in impressive fashion, albeit in a much slower time than his stable companion.
Mongan told Racing UK: "He's still very much unfurnished and they didn't go particularly quick but he loved that ground, it's riding soft and I think that helped.
"He did it very well. I don't like picking my stick up on their first run but I just gave him a couple of taps.
"I was always going to ride a patient race with it being his first and allow him to come home and if he won it was a bonus. I'm sure he'll improve.
"We went very steady and that makes it all the more pleasing that he won, as he probably wants a mile and a half."
Baltic Knight continues to show he could make into a nice type next year and atoned for a narrow defeat at Sandown with his second career victory in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Molson Coors Novice Stakes.
Sent off the 5-4 favourite Richard Hughes' mount made just about all the running and was a cosy victor in the end over King Dragon.
"James Stafford (owner Thurloe Thoroughbred's racing manager) was a bit worried about the ground but I think he's quite a nice horse," said Hughes.
"I don't like being on the rail here when it's soft so when Frankie (Dettori, on King Dragon) went up my inside I was quite happy as it meant I could keep my eye on him.
"I think he's done enough and Richard (Hannon, trainer) said we'll probably wrap him up now. He can only be better next year."
Hannon later doubled up with Choral (11-1) under Sean Levey in the Higos Insurance Services Bournemouth Handicap.
"The ground is vital to her as she's not a great mover. She can go off and be a nice broodmare now," said Leavy.
David Simcock's Breton Rock (9-4) remains unbeaten after the Higos Insurance Services Conditions Stakes.
A winner over course and distance on his debut, he looked one of the first beaten but stuck to his task gamely under Martin Harley to beat the front-running Mutazamen.
"He did it the same as when he won his maiden, he probably wants a bit further but he's a real game horse," said Harley.
"He came off the bridle early but I knew two-out he was going to go and win his race and it was just a matter of getting him into his rhythm.
"The boss knows best as to what to do with him but I'd imagine he'll be stepping up in trip and class."
Doyle later won the finale on Amanda Perrett's Presto Volante to give himself a double.