Last Updated: 20/04/17 6:25pm
A round-up of the rest of Thursday's action from Newmarket as Mix And Mingle relished the quick ground to score.
Mix And Mingle (5/1), seventh in the 1000 Guineas last season, returned to winning ways in the bet365 Handicap over seven furlongs.
Providing Chris Wall with a first winner of the season, the filly looked a cut above the opposition in the hands of Ted Durcan.
She breezed up alongside Tabarrak before being pushed out with hands and heels to win by a length.
"I'm very pleased. She's done it well and she hasn't been over-galloped heading into this, so we'd like to think there's improvement to come," said Wall.
"I was keen to get a run into her as she was getting very fresh. The lad at home was pleased we were going to run her anyway!
"The plan now is the fillies' Group Three (Chartwell) at Lingfield on Trials day there in early May. The timing was good, she likes fast ground and has won here before so we were keen to bring her here.
"She was a little bit idle in front. She was just missed out last year and was beaten on the line in a Listed race."
Durcan said: "Last year she ran some lovely races but was unlucky. She loves to hear her hooves rattle and likes it here.
"She's a year older and is stronger. She's got a lot of speed, a mile is her maximum. I had a nice lead and when I asked her, she picked up."
Victory Angel took full advantage of what appeared to be a handy mark when winning the opening bet365 Handicap with the minimum of fuss.
A winner at Doncaster on his final start last term, he reappeared off a perch of 81 with Roger Varian forced to call on former champion jockey Silvestre de Sousa to do the weight of 8st 3lb.
Settled nicely behind the pace-setting Rich And Famous, De Sousa eased his mount out to challenge with two furlongs to run and the result was never really in doubt.
The 11/4 favourite came home two and a quarter lengths clear of Rich And Famous with Tommy Taylor third.
"I'd love to watch it again, it seemed to go smoothly," said Varian.
"He broke well, got a nice trip into the race and from two out he looked the one to beat.
"Silvestre isn't a bad lightweight jockey to get. He's travelled strongly into the race and quickened.
"He has a bit of attitude, he wasn't straightforward when he won at Doncaster, but he's grown up over the winter and is going the right way."
Varian added: "I think there's a lovely series for three-year-old sprinters and we only have our sights on handicaps for now."There is a race here at the Guineas meeting which he could come back for if we are happy with him, if not, we will wait for something else."
Varian and De Sousa teamed up for a double when Tomyris looked smart in the Rossdales Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
Fourth behind Wednesday's Nell Gwyn winner Daban on her sole start last year, she had no trouble in quickening past some promising rivals.
The 11/4 joint-favourite won by a length and a half from Luca Cumani's Spinnaka with fellow market leader Isabel's On It third.
Varian said: "I've always liked her and she ran well on her only start last year.
"She's worked well through the spring and I thought she'd come here and run a nice race.
"I told Silvestre to ride her quietly, she has a turn of foot. She showed her promise today and that's the main thing.
"Silvestre thought she'd probably get a mile and that will open up a few more options for her."
Tamleek stretched out in good style to open his account in the bet365 Maiden over 10 furlongs. One of three Godolphin-owned runners, Tamleek was partnered by Jim Crowley and provided the jockey with a double after his Craven success on Eminent.
Third on his only run last season when he broke a blood vessel, he holds entries in the Dante, Investec Derby and Irish Derby.
The 11/4 favourite pulled clear to beat Oasis Charm and Mafaaheem, who dead-heated for second, in fair fashion.
Winning trainer Saeed bin Suroor said: "He won well and I liked the way he finished his race.
"The next race for him will be the Lingfield Derby Trial and we'll see how he goes there.
"He's a big horse and I'm sure he'll improve for this race.
"He's very honest in the morning and we'll just look to find another good result. He could be anything for the future."