The daughter of Dutch Art had not shown much in maidens and was starting handicapping at a lowly level.

She was given a good ride by Fanning, who allowed his mount plenty of time to get in to the race.

As is often the case at Chelmsford they went hard up front and Artsy was pushed along in the early stages.

As the leaders began to tire, Artsy made good progress and swept by them all up the straight to win easily by two and a quarter lengths.

Roger said: "It was a low level contest but she has done it well."