There were celebrations for the Queen on the weekend of her 91st birthday as her horse Call To Mind triumphed at Newbury Racecourse on Saturday.
Her Majesty was present for both days of the Dubai Duty Free Spring Trials Weekend to cheer on her runners.
It was in the £8,000 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Maiden Stakes Division One where she got her victory.
Call To Mind produced a strong run in the final furlong to take the win ahead of Commander and Red Royalist.
However most of the crowd’s eyes were on Saturday’s feature race, the £60,000 JLT Greenham Stakes, which saw Godolphin recruit Barney Roy storm to a decisive win under James Doyle.
Doyle said: “It was a funny sort of race. They jumped as if they were going to go OK, so I just settled in, and then they steadied it a bit before one set them alight and we got racing a long way down.
“It was only his second run and, once I gave him a couple of taps, I could feel his stride pattern change – he got lower to the ground and lengthened.
“He galloped right through the line and was still having a bit of a look, so he is going to learn so much from that.”
Dabyah won the £60,000 G3 Dubai Duty Free Stakes over seven furlongs to come home a length and a quarter ahead of Urban Fox.
It proved to be a treble for in-form trainer John Gosden on Saturday, which as well as Dabyah’s win also included victory from Muntahaa and Face The Facts in the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes and Carter Jonas Maiden Stakes.
Banksea cut through the field in the £50,000 Be Wiser Insurance Spring Cup to win ahead of Another Touch.
The £12,000 Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire Handicap saw favourite Signe stretch her unbeaten run to three with a last-gasp victory over Grapevine.
And 100/1 outside shot Duke of Bronte denied the Queen a second win on Saturday as her horse Musical Terms had to settle for second place in the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Maiden Stakes Division Two.