Stipulate superb in Feilden
Stipulate was a very easy winner of the Blue Square Feilden Stakes at Newmarket on Wednesday.
Sir Henry Cecil's Dansili colt was the lesser-fancied of the Khalid Abdullah-owned pair with Charles Hills' Perennial sent off the short-priced favourite.
Tom Queally's mount was sent off at 8-1 but he belied that starting price with an impressive display that justified his Dante entry.
He won by four-and-a-half lengths in the end from 28-1 outsider Mister Music.
Cecil said afterwards: "He's a nice horse who has been working well. He has a bit of speed and off the top of my head something like the Dee Stakes could be a nice race for him."