DIVINE Spirit booked her Queen Mary ticket with a taking debut success in a Novice Stakes at Windsor Racecourse on Monday.

The daughter of Kingman, who was champion three-year-old and Horse of the Year in 2014, was making her racecourse debut at the

Berkshire track

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The 4-5 favourite was free to post under James Doyle ahead of the 12-runner five furlong event.

The filly was switched to the rail to close and lead inside the final furlong. Soon clear, she easily beat her rivals by a length and three quarters.

Pink Sands, an 11-4 chance, ran green and was headed inside the final furlong, with Ocasio Cortez (10-1) one-paced in the closing stages and beaten two and a quarter lengths in third place.

Divine Spirit has no immediate entries but has a quote of 12-1 for the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot on Wednesday 19th June.

Society Guest showed debut promise when staying on well in a Maiden Stakes for fillies ran over a mile.

The daughter of Society Rock, a dual Group One winner, was also making a debut on the racecourse but sent off a 66-1 longshot.

Trained in Berkshire by Mick Channon, the filly stayed on in the final furlong and was nearest at the finish, beaten a length and three quarters.

The race was on by 20-1 chance Bighearted, who held on well from runner-up Birdcage Walk (3-1) and Ocean Paradise (15-8 favourite) in third place.

The feature Listed stakes over six furlongs was won by Dream Of Dreams for Sir Michael Stoute and Ryan Moore.

The five-year-old had already won at Listed level at Doncaster back in November 2017 and been placed five times at Group Two and Three.

Dream Of Dreams, an 11-4 chance, tracked the leading pair while Moore waited for a gap as the six runners made there way up the home straight.

Eased out and urged along, the son of Dream Ahead, lead in the last 100-yards for a quite decisive one-length win over Glorious Journey (7-2).