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Star Catcher rounded off her Outstanding campaign with victory from the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes.

John Gosdens filly has been a maiden at the beginning of the season, having finished sixth on her juvenile start at Chelmsford.
However, a fantastic example can now be made for being the best middle-distance filly of her generation after adding this Group One prize to her earlier big-race wins this season at the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot, the Irish Oaks at the Curragh and the Prix Vermeille at Paris.
With Frankie Dettori in the saddle, also Sea The Stars girl was the 7-4 preferred to provide a Champions Day success in as many years after the wins of this brilliant Cracksman from the Champion Stakes to her owner-breeder Anthony Oppenheimer.
It wasnt all plain sailing to the market leader because she was hard at the office halfway up the house right – and was briefly short of room after Sun Maiden drifted round the track, leaving Star Catcher the meat in the sandwich between her and Delphinia against the far rail.
Gosdens charge rallied courageously, however, getting the best of Delphinia using Sun Maiden third and also also the Fleeting, with a short head.
Dettori was bouncing back following defeat for Stradivarius in the Extended Distance Cup, also has been making it winner number 18 in Group One level this season.
He said:Obviously Im still somewhat sour about Stradivarius, however, the ground is a bit worse than we ever thought. I have gone about grinning in half an hour from crying.
Shes beautiful, shes hard – I think shes staying in training, using a bit of chance, and she is a fantastic filly.
She has supplied me 250th Group One and 18th this year, so I adore her.

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