On Saturday Master of Speed, Steve Rogers and Spangled completed an across-the-card treble whilst 24 hours later it was the turn of Ya Latif to land the spoils at Salisbury.

Master Of Speed, ridden by Ryan Moore, came home strongly to land the 1m2f maiden at Sandown. The son of Mastercraftsman had finished fifth behind none other than Golden Horn on debut last October but has taken time to come to hand this spring.

The race was decimated by non-runners due to the fast ground but Master Of Speed stuck on strongly up the hill to win by a length and a half.

Half an hour later, Steve Rogers resumed the winning thread with victory in the 1m6f handicap. Nurlan Bizakov’s gelding was winning for the fourth time this season and ran out a ready winner under Andrea Atzeni.

At Lingfield, Spangled had little trouble shedding her maiden tag in the seven-furlong median auction maiden.

The Cheveley Park Stud-owned filly oozed class throughout and scooted clear to win by six lengths under Jim Crowley.

Bella Lulu and Justineo both ran game races in defeat at Salisbury yesterday before Ya Latif went one better in the seven furlong fillies’ handicap.

The Azamour filly was given patient ride by Jim Crowley, who produced his mount to perfection to win by a neck.

Roger said: “It was a good weekend. Every horse we sent to the races ran well and it was great to get four winners.”

Steve Rogers - made it four winners for the year at Sandown on Saturday