European sire Dansili starred overnight when his three year-old daughter Fallen
For You took the Group I Coronation stakes at Royal Ascot, while later today
another of his daughters in Soft Sand will seek Group I success in the
Tattersalls Tiara at Eagle Farm.
Newmarket trainer John Gosden prepared his third winner of the Royal Ascot carnival when Fallen For You led home a stable quinella in the Group I feature over a mile.
Gosden won the Group II Windsor Forest Stakes (1m) with Joviality on Wednesday before Newfangled produced a scintillating performance to claim the Group III Albany Stakes earlier in the day.
The Group I 1000 Guineas (1m) winner Homecoming Queen jumped to the front early
in the Coronation Stakes in a bid to repeat her nine-length romp at Newmarket
while jockey William Buick let Fallen For You find her feet second last in the
first half of the race.
Fallen For You sprinted quickly to the lead with a furlong to run and surged clear to win by more than three lengths, her overall record now three wins from six starts, with this victory her first in a Black Type event.
"She trained beautifully, worked well last Sunday morning, and we were ready for a big run," Gosden told The Sporting Life.
"They went hard up front, there's a strong headwind and she was just sat there.
"She is classy, this is not a fluke."
A homebred for Normandie Stud, Fallen for You is a half-sister to stakes-winner Fallen Idol from stakes-winning Brief Truce mare Fallen Star, a half-sister to Group I winner Fly to the Stars.
She is the 66th stakes-winner for Dansili (pictured) who stands at Juddmonte Farms in the UK at a fee of 75,000 pounds.