Jockey Hollie Doyle has broken her own British record for winners ridden in a year by a woman.
The 24-year-old secured her 117th victory of 2020 on State Occasion at Kempton.
Doyle triumphed by a short head on the 2-1 favourite, trained by Ralph Beckett, in a photo finish from runner-up Tornadic.
She is fourth in the Flat jockeys’ championship standings, one place behind her boyfriend Tom Marquand.
In August Doyle became the first woman to ride five winners on the same British card with an 899-1 quintuple at Windsor.
Two months earlier, she claimed her first Royal Ascot victory on 33-1 shot Scarlet Dragon.
In December 2019, Doyle broke the landmark of 106 winners set by Josephine Gordon and is only the third British woman to reach a century in a year after Hayley Turner and Gordon.