EVER GIVEN showed toughness and durability to win the valuable Goffs UK Premier Yearling Stakes at York.

Tom Dascombe's youngster was having his sixth run of a busy campaign which has also included a trip to Ireland, where he finished a creditable fourth to the promising Sacred Bridge - and that came just three days after he had won at Goodwood.

With almost £100,000 on offer to the winner, connections decided to chase more cash than go in search of black type and it paid off in spades.

Sent off the 3-1 favourite, Danny Tudhope chartered a path towards the favoured far side and it maybe the difference.

Along with Atomic Lady and Wings Of War, who was drawn on the opposite side of the track in stall 16, the front three pulled nicely clear. But it was Ever Given who came out on top by a neck and a head, with over four lengths back to the fourth.

The Tim Easterby-trained Cruyff Turn clung on to victory in the fiercely-competitive Clipper Logistics Handicap. A winner at Leicester and Redcar in June, the four-year-old could finish only seventh in his hat-trick bid at Haydock last month. David Allan's mount was priced at 28-1 this time but dug deep to see off the persistent challenge of Magical Morning and Frankie Dettori by a head.

There can not have been many instances in racing's illustrious history when two jockeys who are engaged fight out the finish and the winning distance is just a nose, but that was the case when Hollie Doyle on Forbearance edged out Tom Marquand on Domino Darling in the British EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes.

Trained in Ireland by Jessica Harrington, Forbearance (12-1) had finished third in a Group Three last time out so was dropping in class and trip for the Listed British EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes.

The two pulled clear from some way out and they flashed by the post together, but it was Doyle who claimed the bragging rights.

Andrew Balding suffered a rare recent reversal when Sandrine was a beaten favourite in the Lowther earlier on the card but got on the mark when providing Oisin Murphy with another winner when Harrow prevailed in the OR8Wellness EBF Stallions Nursery Handicap.

Sent off at 6-1 having won at Ffos Las last time out, the champion jockey had to be at his strongest to get home a length and a half in front of Alflaila and Maglev, who dead-heated for second.

Sweet Enough claimed the British Stallion Studs Ebf Fillies' Handicap.