Ex factor counts for Palmer
Extremity is a colt for young trainer Hugo Palmer (5-2 favourite) to look forward to next season after his commanding success in division one of the Wedgewood Estates E.B.F. Maiden Stakes.
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"Hugo has always thought a lot of him and while I'm pleased to see him win, I'm just as pleased that he relaxed," said jockey Martin Dwyer.
"He ought to make into a good horse next season."
The Betfred Cambridgeshire is on the agenda for Haafaguinea (9-1) after he excelled in his first try at a mile and a quarter in the Dubai Duty Free Handicap.
The chestnut is now 14-1 with Sky Bet for the big Newmarket handicap and trainer Clive Cox said: "I probably will run him, as long as he comes out of this race OK.
"He's still on the up and appreciated a bit of juice in the ground."
Winning jockey Ryan Tate was given a four-day whip ban (October 5,7-9).
Bow Creek (9-2) turned the Dubai Duty Free Nursery into a procession and trainer Mark Johnston said: "I just don't know why he ran so badly at York last time, I can only think he found it very different to the time before at Chester."
Kingston Hill (4-1) made a pleasing debut for owner Paul Smith and the in-form Roger Varian by toppling odds-on favourite Exchequer in division two of the maiden.
Varian's assistant, David Eustace, said: "He showed a great attitude and should have a bright future next season as he will stay well."
William Knight's Whipper Snapper caused a 20-1 shock in the Heatherwold Stud Handicap under Adam Kirby.