Punters miss out as Dettori rides solo

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Frankie Dettori had just one mount at Nottingham yesterday but made it tell with a victory on Weet Ees Girl. Surprisingly there was little interest in the filly in the betting for the Cinderhill Maiden Stakes and she won at the rewarding odds of 14-1 after opening up at 6-1.

Punters burned their fingers by backing Joint Venture down to 4-11 from 4-6. But Weet Ees Girl capitalised after Joint Venture lost several lengths when swerving left at the start.

But at Folkestone odds-on backers profited when Mick Fitzgerald won on Sorbiere.