Just Glamorous back in business at Ascot

Just Glamorous wins at Ascot Just Glamorous bounced back to his best in amazing fashion as he sprang a 33-1 surprise in the Hope And Homes For Children Rous Stakes.
The Ron Harris-trained four-year-old had been out of form all season and had hardly beaten a rival since taking the scalp of Marsha in a Group Three at Chantilly 13 months ago.
However, Just Glamorous showed he still has plenty of ability by making all the running under a positive ride by Oisin Murphy.
He was able to dictate affairs and kept up the gallop to score by three-quarters of a length from Sir RobertCheval. Waady, the 10-11 favourite, was slightly disappointing in third after sweating up beforehand.
Murphy said:"They have clearly done a fantastic job at home with him. Fair play to Ron and his team, credit to him.
"I rode him a long time ago and felt he was a very good horse, a very fast horse. He's gone back to a fair level today."