JOSEPH Tuite landed a 62-1 double at Royal Windsor Racecourse on Monday, his first ever winners at the Berkshire track.

Tuite entered the training ranks in 2010 after eight years as assistant trainer to Mick Channon, having previously worked in a similar capacity for Charles Egerton.

He trains from a purpose built yard at Great Shefford, near Lambourn and Hungerford, and was on a 28-run losing streak at Windsor.

That all changed, however, when Presburg kept on to land a mile and a quarter handicap until a timely ride from Oisin Murphy.

Presburg [8-1] had been beaten in five previous starts at the Berkshire venue but had a length in hand of runner-up Bobbyscot [16-1] at the winning post.

And things got even better for Tuite soon after as Flashy Queen made all to win the concluding handicap sprint under Steve Drowne.

Flashy Queen [6-1] is a daughter of Middle Park winner Bahamian Bounty, and she showed plenty of speed to lead from pillar to post.

She was in command in the final 110-yards to record a one and a quarter length success from second-placed Debt Settler [16-1].

The most impressive winner on the seven-race Family Fun Day card was Takreym, who put seven lengths between himself and his maiden stakes rivals.

Takreym [8-13 favourite] was ridden to lead two furlongs from home by ex-champion jockey Ryan Moore and was soon clear to win easily. Debutante Chauvelin [6-1] was no match for the winner but did keep on for second place.

Flemish School [9-2] was also a clear-cut winner, taking a handicap over a mile and a half by six lengths from runner-up Jupiter Storm [6-4 favourite].

The David Elsworth inmate led just inside the final furlong and kept on well to go clear at the post. Echo Brava [6-1] was held in third position, beaten nine and a half lengths.

Favourite backers were rewarded in the feature race, a class three handicap over a mile and half a furlong, courtesy of Trixie Malone.

The 11-10 jolly made the long trip from Middleham Moor, North Yorkshire to Windsor worthwhile with an all-the-way victory.

She made all, but had to hold on gamely to keep runner-up Fashion Line [7-4] at bay by a head at the line.

The opening apprentice handicap is part of the Racing Excellence Initiative, and was won by Rob Fitzpatrick aboard Catalinas Diamond.

The 8-1 chance was held up in rear and, despite edging left, kept on to beat second-placed Encapsulated [6-1] by three quarters of a length. Magical Rose [5-1] went third toward the finish, beaten a length and a half.

The biggest-priced winner on the afternoon was Links Drive Lady, who landed a competitive handicap over six furlongs by a neck.

Links Drive Lady [16-1] led towards the finish to deny runner-up Kinglami [5-2], with Midnight Rider [9-2] and Trader Jack [16-1] dead-heating for third position.

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