Owned by Ann Black, Khalid Al-Mudhaf and Mohammed Al-Qatami, Shenanigans beat subsequent York handicap winner Lincoln Rocks when winning at Glorious Goodwood and she followed that up with a length and a quarter success over the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Panova here.

Sent to the front of the five-runner field, Andrea set a steady tempo against the far-side rail and having quickened the gallop entering the final quarter mile, Shenanigans never looked like getting headed, lengthening away meeting the rising ground to take her career record to three wins from eight starts.

A daughter of Arcano, Shenanigans is a half-sister to five winners, including dual Group 3 winner Tropical Paradise, and she looks more than capable of developing into a black-type performer, particularly next season.

Roger said: “Shenanigans is a progressive filly who is improving with time and racing. Andrea got the fractions just right here, but she really lengthened away in the closing stages, and she is developing into a stakes filly of some description.”