Trainer Aidan O’ Brien has made history by saddling his eighth winner of the Derby at Epsom.
In the big shock of the afternoon it was the 25-1 outsider Serpentine, ridden by Emmet McNamara, who took the spoils. The horse had only won his first race a week ago.
Khalifa Sat (50-1) who raced in second throughout took the runner-up berth with Serpentine’s stablemate Amhran Na Bhfiann (66-1) denied 2000 Guinea winner Kameko (5-2F) for the final minor placing.
Meanwhile, the hot favourite Love has run out a decisive winner of the Investec Oaks, the fillies classic on Derby Day at Epsom.
She followed up her 1,000 Guineas triumph last month with a runaway victory from stablemate Ennistymon, with Frankie Dettori on Frankly Darling in third.