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A wrap-up of the rest of Saturday's action at Ascot, where Discussiontofollow made amends for bad luck in Ireland.
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Discussiontofollow edged out Milly's Gift by a head to land the £100,000 Totepool Heritage Handicap for trainer Mike Murphy and jockey Shane Kelly.
A tilt at the 32Red Cup (Stewards' Cup) at Glorious Goodwood is next on the agenda.
Murphy said: "He travelled really well and we knew there was plenty of pace on this side.
"The Stewards' Cup is now in our thoughts, then Pattern races next year, while he may go to the US. He would get seven furlongs over there.
"He's always shown us he's a proper horse."
Savoy Showgirl (6/1) defied a market drift to give resurgent Newmarket trainer Michael Bell a fourth winner in as many days in the Kelly Group Fillies' Nursery.
Bell said: "She won nicely, I don't know why she drifted as she'd been working well.
"That's four in four days. We had a bit of ill health in the yard, and we've had to be patient."
There is no stopping Patrick Chamings, who posted a third winner in less than 24 hours when 10/1 shot Scottish Glen came from virtually last to first under David Probert in the Winkworth Handicap.
Chamings said: "We hadn't had a runner in the frame in two months and then we have three winners in less than a day. It's a funny game."
Roger Charlton notched a milestone 1,000th career winner on Friday with Sea Defence, and set off in pursuit of his next thousand when the Pat Dobbs-ridden Temptress (8/1) bolted up in the Norman Court Stud Fillies' Handicap.
Charlton said: "I thought the ground might be a bit firm for her, but she never really came off the bridle. This ground has a beautiful cover."
Battersea did something towards repaying his hefty purchase price when opening his account for Roger Varian in the Neptune Investment Management Handicap.
Nicky Mackay drove the 10/1 chance home by a length and three-quarters and a neck from Oasis Fantasy and Maid In Rio.
The son of champion sire Galileo cost 200,000 guineas as a yearling.
Jimmy Fortune guided 4/1 favourite Charles Camoin to a popular three-quarters of a length triumph in the concluding Playboy Club London Handicap.
The Sylvester Kirk-trained winner had dropped to a mark 4lb below his previous winning mark and had few miles on the clock this year.