James Doyle continued his excellent recent run with a 150-1 four-timer at Wolverhampton.
Fresh from a double at Kempton on Tuesday evening, Doyle was soon back in the winner’s enclosure on Queen Of Connaught (9-4) for Michael Bell in the One In The Black Country Chamber EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes.
He followed up on the Peter Hiatt-trained Raashdy (7-4) in the Corin Crane Stud Handicap and made it a quickfire hat-trick on Hugo Palmer’s Summerseat Mist (11-4 favourite) in the It’s Gonna Be Bostin’! Handicap.
After being pushed into second place on Valcartier and Dolcissimo in the next two races, Doyle completed his quartet on newcomer Derrymore (7-2) for John Gosden in the Saddle Up For The bcbf_18 Fillies’ Novice Stakes Division Two.
“To ride four winners in a day is nice,” Doyle told At The Races.
On Derrymore, he said: “He travelled very sweetly and I could tell I kind of had them covered.
“When I just asked him a little bit there was plenty in the tank and we got a nice little split. Very pleased.”