SAEED bin Suroor whipped up a storm when his filly Wild Storm landed the feature race at Royal Windsor Racecourse on Monday.

The Godolphin-owned three-year-old impressed over course and distance when last seen in April, and she made a successful return at the penultimate meeting of the season.

Having been backed from 7-2 into 2-1 favourite, Wild Storm was the narrow winner of a decent mile and a quarter handicap for Suroor and James Doyle.

She darted through a gap with a furlong to go and ran on well to beat Derulo (8-1) by half a length in style suggesting their is better to come.

The win adds to trainer Suroor’s impressive record at the track this season, now nine wins from 16 runners at a strike rate of 56 per cent.

The supporting one-mile nursery saw a clear winner in the form of Primitivo (6-4 favourite), trained by the in-form Alan King and ridden by William Twiston-Davies.

Held up initially, he made progress from a quarter of a mile out and hit the front at the furlong pole, from there he stayed on strongly to beat Deodoro (100-30) by two lengths.

The final meeting of the season at Windsor took place on Tuesday.

It was an additional eight-race card following the closure of Yarmouth Racecourse earlier this year.

The feature six-furlong handicap was split into two divisions and won by Anonymous John (2-1 favourite) and Spring Loaded (9-2).

Leading trainer John Gosden also saddled a 31-1 double on the card.