Jockey Frankie Dettori had an impressive win in the Qtar Goodwood Cup Stakes- a Group1 two mile race in the British Champions Series at Goodwood yesterday on good going.
The 48-year-old partnered Stradivarius, the 4/5 favourite trained by John Gosden, to an impressive victory in the race. He snatched the win by a neck from 11-2 runner-up shot Dee Ex Bee at 11-2, trained by Mark Johnston and ridden by Silvestre De Sousa.
It was the third consecutive year that Tradivarius had won this race.
Cross Counter, trained by Charlie Appleby and ridden by James Doyle was third.
The John Gosden-trained evens favourite pulled clear under him in the final furlong to win from Circus Maximus and I Can Fly.
The three-year-old, owned by Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, was briefly trapped in a pocket but came through to win the mile prize comfortably.