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The Queen's horse triumphs at Newbury



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The Queen's horse, Perfect Alibi, was victorious in the Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Newbury this afternoon - no doubt leaving Her Majesty feeling happy and glorious.

Tom Marquand, wearing the crimson and purple royal silks, was aboard the three-year-old William Haggas trained filly.

Tom Marquand wins aboard Perfect Alibi for the Queen
Tom Marquand wins aboard Perfect Alibi for the Queen
Tom Marquand rode his twelfth winner for the Queen
Tom Marquand rode his twelfth winner for the Queen

It was Marquand's twelfth winner for the monarch - he'll be part of a guard of honour for Her Majesty before riding in the Cazoo Derby at Epsom this weekend.

Tom Marquand
Tom Marquand

Perfect Alibi saw off River of Stars and the pre race favourite Eternal Pearl to win over 1m 4f.

Tom Marquand in the royal silks
Tom Marquand in the royal silks

It was Perfect Alibi's first win in her third start - she's set to race at Royal Ascot in June.



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