NORTH Yorkshire trainer Richard Fahey rounded off the Royal Ascot festival with a winner on the final day.

With Upper Helmsley-based David O'Meara's stable jockey Danny Tudhope aboard the 25/1 Space Traveller, Fahey took the Group 3 Jersey Stakes, beating 5/2 favourite Space Blues by a head on Saturday.

For Musley Bank trainer Fahey, this was his first triumphant entry at this edition of the world-famous Berkshire event.

O'Meara had one win under his belt - from the very first race of the five-day gala - and Middleham-based Mark Johnston had two.

Scottish jockey Tudhope, meanwhile, had tasted victory three times previously, piloting O'Meara's Lord Glitters and the William Haggas-trained Addeybb and Move Swiftly first home over the opening two days.

Those three victories had him leading the way at one point in the race for top jockey, though he was well eclipsed on the third day by Frankie Dettori's outstanding quadruple, which included a seventh career win in the Gold Cup with Stradivarius.

Tudhope's four wins means he finishes the festival third in the rankings, behind the 48-year-old Italian (who rode seven winners) and favourite Ryan Moore (five).

James Doyle added two late winners to bring his total to three, both for Newmarket-based Charlie Appleby. The first, Pinatubo, quickened clear in Saturday's first race, the Chesham Stakes, while Blue Point held on for the fourth race, the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.

Fahey's three-year-old colt Space Traveller ran on under pressure in the second race on the cards ahead of another Appleby-Doyle offering in Space Blues, while Roger Varian and stable jockey Andrea Atzeni stayed on well to claim the Hardwicke Stakes before winning the Wokingham Stakes to make Atzeni the only other rider to claim more than one first-placed finish.

Former champion jockey of Britain Silvestre de Sousa won the final race of the day, guiding Andrew Balding's Cleonte to the Queen Alexandra Stakes.

O'Meara and Tudhope's triumph with Lord Glitters in the Queen Anne Stakes at the very start of the festival made up for the son of Whipper's second place last year and gave O'Meara the ideal start to proceedings.

Though Tudhope was to ride another winner by the end of the day - Haggas' Addeybb - local trainers had to wait until the opening race of day two, when Dettori rode home Johnston's Raffle Prize in the Queen Mary Stakes.

And Johnston completed his double on Friday, with Moore aboard Baghdad in the Duke Of Edinburgh Stakes.