Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££1.10,£1.60,£5.60
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£1.20 2&3:£8.70 1&3:£6.70
Jackpot: £20,988.77 carried forward to Epsom Downs, 5th Jun
Placepot: £502.90, Pool: £238313.08, 345.87 winning tickets
Quadpot: £69.90, Pool: £11412.63, 120.65 winning tickets
FAME AND GLORY justified favouritism in game fashion under Johnny Murtagh as he held off a host of challengers in the home straight before scoring with something in hand at the line. Murtagh sat just behind pacemaking stable mate Dixie Music before kicking first off Tattenham Corner and making the best of his way home. Sariska followed him through in menacing fashion and seemed to be going as well if not better two furlongs from home but could not really get to grips with the winner. Both are high-class individuals and it would be no surprise to see the second exact some revenge if they clashed on going with more give underfoot. High Heeled is another who relishes some ease in conditions and she ran a fine race in third. Well off the pace when the tempo lifted, she stayed on all the way up the straight to leave new trainer John Gosden delighted with her display. Cavalryman could be seen travelling easily with just over two furlongs to run but could not find top gear as his attempts to get a run were thwarted on a couple of occasions. He could rate better than this in the grand scheme of things. Jukebox Jury was in the firing line early on but dropped away tamely up the straight while South Easter could never get out of the rear division and did not seem to run any sort of race. Youmzain has performed with credit in this race in the past and was not discredited once more but his trainer Mick Channon rightly states he is getting on in years now and perhaps not up to locking horns with more youthful rivals at this level.