Go Amber Go maintains Millman's flying start to season
Rod Millman's fast start to the season shows no signs of slowing down as Go Amber Go continued the trainer's winning run.
Although reluctant to load, the five-year-old mare was all business when the stalls opened, flying to the front under Lulu Stanford and making most by two and three quarter lengths.
Three of Millman's last four runners at the track have obliged, and with Sir Plato also hosing up at Windsor on Monday, the yard are in cracking form.
"We're having a great time at the moment," Millman said. "I'm going to have to give Go Amber Go a good talking to as she's perfect at home and leads the string. She's quite a talented horse who works well."
Dettori and Gosden on target
Frankie Dettori had one ride on the card with Monarchs Glen, and those who took the hint were rewarded as the three-year-old showed an impressive turn of foot to win the feature 1m3f handicap.
What looked to be on paper a competitive contest was blown apart two furlongs out when Dettori opened up a big gap on the field, and he had the luxury of easing right down on the son of Frankel to score by a length.
Victory completed a double for trainer John Gosden, as earlier Trenchard took the 7f classified stakes.
It was a first win for the Godolphin-owned three-year-old, who came home by a length and a half under Adam Kirby.