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The opening day of the Royal meeting was further evidence, if any was required, at the unparalleled ability of John Gosden to condition and place his horses.
Frankel was a truly outstanding 3yo, but it was only the following year that we really get to see the true greatness in him. His son, Cracksman, bids to produce a true graduation performance in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes on Wednesday and the stage is set for John Gosden’s stable star to light up Royal Ascot on Day 2.
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Emotional Eve Rarely has a winner brought as much emotion as that by Accidental Agent in the Queen Anne Stakes. Eve Johnson Houghton held nothing back as she reacted to the victory of her 33-1 shot. And she had every reason to cry with tears of joy. It was her first Group One winner, and her first at Ascot. Bred by her mother, the horse was unwanted at the sales and is named after her maternal grandfather, John Goldsmith, a trainer and secret agent who escaped from the Gestapo in the Second World War.