PAM Sly and Rob Hornby teamed up to record a 65-1 double at Royal Windsor Racecourse after wins for Ghinia and All My Love on Monday.

Cambridgeshire-based trainer Sly had only sent out one previous runner at Windsor this season, though she does have a 50 per cent strike rate at the track in the last five years.

For Hornby it was a first-ever success at the Berkshire venue and takes his overall tally to 35 wins for the season.

Ghinia, who only just missed out in a higher grade race a few weeks ago, won the one-mile handicap for fillies as the 5-1 favourite.

Improving her position from the intersection, Hornby found a nice run close to the rail to lead a durlong out and quickly go clear. Miss Van Gough (12-1) ran on to reduce the deficit to one length.

Sly’s last Windsor winner was a much harder to find 50-1 shot.

The closes finish of the day came in the longest race, over a mile and a half.

All My Love (10-1), with one heavy-ground success to her name, relished the cut in the ground and overtook several others in the penultimate furlong.

She then threw down a stern challenge to the favourite Candella (7-2) and got up to win on the nod. The margin of victory was a nose.

The feature six furlong handicap went to Berkshire trainer Mick Channon and his durable four-year-old Deeds Not Words.

The 8-1 chance had been in good form lately, but he seemed to be struggling to get on terms until Charles Bishop switched him away from the stands rail.

The front runners tied up approaching the final furlong and he ran on to take the leads, and at the post had three quarters of a length to spare over Be Bold (14-1).

Given similar conditions to her Bath win last month, Devonshire Place (7-1) took the mile and a quarter handicap for trainer Roger Charlton and jockey Jim Crowley.

She followed the general pattern of winners by racing in midfield before starting a run about two furlongs out.

She fought off runner-up Berland and third-placed Majrooh to obtain a distinct advantage in the final furlong to score by half a length and a head.

Other winners on the eight race card included Fighting Temeraire (2-1 fav) - the only ride of the day for Robert Winston - Stormflower (16-1), Weetles (2-1 fav) and Optima Petamus (2-1).

Windsor host their final meeting of the season on Monday, a seven-race card that gets underway at 2.20pm and features handicaps over a mile and 10 furlongs.