Tantshi gor the ball rolling when getting off the mark first time out in a 6F maiden at Newbury under Dominic Fox.

The daughter of Invincible Spirit overcame greeness and came through a tight gap to land the spoils by a neck.

At Doncaster, Signor Sassi also won for the first time, taking a 6f maiden under Andrea Atzeni.

The son of Acclamation has been gelded since his last start and Andrea never had to ask to many questions of him to win pushed out by a length and three quarters.

Go Dutch made the step up to Class 2 with a game success in a 7f handicap at Doncaster. The son of Dutch Art was stepping up on his win at Epsom last time out and showed  a good turn of foot to win by half a length under Andrea.

Back to Newbury and Dominic got Rose Season home in a tight finish in a 1m2f handicap. The daughter of Cape Cross was always handy and repelled all challenges to win by a head.

At Ripon Ashaadd found one too good as did Shaleek who was second at Chester. Still four winners and two seconds from six runners is not a bad day!

Roger, speaking from the yearling sales at Deauville, said: "It is really great that the horses are running so well. We thought Tantshi would run well but you never know what you may come up against in a Newbury maiden. She is from a decent family and can hopefully go on from this.

"We gelded Signor Sassi after Sandown and getting his head in front will do his confidence plenty of good.

"Go Dutch loves summer ground and seven furlongs is his optimum trip. He picked up well and was probably idling a little in front.

"Rose Season looked to have it to do on the ratings but she showed a really good attitude and caps a great day."

Go Dutch.