FRANKIE DETTORI won’t ride many easier winners than this! HONITON bolts up at Sandown! – Racing TV

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The further he went, the better he looked! A nice performance from the John and Thady Gosden-trained Honiton who got off the mark at the fifth attempt with a nine-length victory in the Coral Committed To Safer Gambling British EBF Maiden Stakes at Sandown under Frankie Dettori.

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