Tough Cotai Glory filly Devious Angel won her third race at Chester on Saturday when leading home a one-two for her sire in the 5f novice.
The Tom Dascombe-trained filly pressed the leaders throughout and showed a game attitude to repel her stablemate Costa Adeje to win by a head. The pair pulled well clear.
Devious Angel is one of 15 winners from the first-crop of Cotai Glory, Europe's leading first-crop sire by number of winners and prize-money.
Devious Angel brought up a quickfire 2yo double for Tally-Ho-breds purchased by Ed Sackville following the easy success of Geocentric for Ger Lyons at Navan. A 13th 2yo winner this year for Kodiac, the filly was purchased on behalf of SBA Racing Ltd - the owners of Kodiac's smart Frenetic - out of our draft at last year's Tattersalls October Sale.
Their wins also came on an afternoon that Tally-Ho breezers Spirit Of Bermuda and La Trinidad won in good company at Newmarket and York respectively.
"Spirit Of Bermuda is clearly getting better with racing and we’re learning about her all the time, how to ride her," jockey Tom Marquand told RTV. "She had no right to win the way she did having sat so close to the pace so was a really good performance and she’s a really tough filly."