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Watch a replay of Look Here's Oaks win
The 33-1 chance Look Here caused a big surprise with a comfortable victory in the Epsom Oaks.
The win gave trainer Ralph Beckett and jockey Seb Sanders their first victory in the race.
Sanders got through to the head of the field two furlongs from home and nobody else was able to cope with his turn of speed to the line.
Moonstone, who went off at 25-1, was second under Richard Hughes, just ahead of the well-backed Katiyra.
Johnny Murtagh tried to make all the running on Adored, his choice of the six Aidan O'Brien runners, but was soon swallowed up in the straight.
Irish challengers Chinese White and Lush Lashes, who had both been prominent in the betting, looked set to mount a late bid.
But they had no answer to Look Here, whose only start this season saw her finish second in the Lingfield Oaks trial, as she gave Sanders, joint champion jockey with Jamie Spencer last season a famous win.
Deep down I knew she'd run a massive race
winning jockey Seb Sanders
A delighted Beckett said afterwards: "This is just amazing, you do not expect to win races like this when you start training.
"When she hit the front I was looking around for dangers and willing her on, it is just an amazing feeling.
"She is best fresh and I was worried about the time between Lingfield and here and given she is best fresh, we will wait and see how she is before making any plans."
Sanders said he had learned from the pair's defeat at Lingfield.
"I made a hash of it in the Oaks trial but it was a trial and I found out a lot about her and it benefited us here," she said.
"Deep down I thought she would run a massive race today."
Trainer speechless after Look Here win
Earlier, the Aidan O'Brien-trained Soldier of Fortune won the Coronation Cup on his seasonal reappearance under Johnny Murtagh.
His two stablemates Song of Hiawatha and Macarthur set the pace and it was Macarthur, ridden by Seamie Heffernan who kicked for home early on the straight.
Murtagh quickened up in pursuit of the leader and moved through on the outside, trapping fellow contender Getaway on the rail.
The Irishman powered into the lead and overhauled Macarthur to win by three-quarters of a length from Youmzain, ridden by Richard Hughes.
"He's a very natural horse and I'm delighted with the progress he has made from last year," said O'Brien, who was celebrating his third win in the race.
"Johnny nursed him and put him in the race when he really had to. He was entitled to get tired and he did get tired but he is an exceptional horse."
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