Jwala secures surprise win in Nunthorpe Stakes at York
Outsider Jwala pulled off a shock victory in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York's Ebor Festival.
The four-year-old filly, trained by Robert Cowell and ridden by Steve Drowne, beat favourite Shea Shea into second place, with the highly-fancied Sole Power coming in third.
Previous Nunthorpe Stakes winners
2012: Ortensia (William Buick)
2011: Margot Did (Hayley Turner)
2010: Sole Power (Wayne Lordan)
2009: Borderlescott (Neil Callan)
2008: Borderlescott (Pat Cosgrave)
2007: Kingsgate Native (Jimmy Quinn)
2006: Reverence (Kevin Darley)
But Moviesta, who is part owned by QPR manager Harry Redknapp, finished last in York.
Drowne returned to racing in March after a year out with an illness that saw him lose his licence.
The jockey said: "Everyone knows my problems last year, but you need a horse like this to bounce back.
"You just need to land one like this and it gets you back. She's a fabulous filly."