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Austrian School teaches rivals a lesson in the Queen's Cup Stakes victory at Musselburgh Austrian School taught his rivals a lesson in the Queen's Cup Stakes The horse ended a run of nine first-four finishes in emphatic style  Pipes Of Peace was a head away in third with Lucky Deal further back in fourth  

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Published: 23:34 BST, 20 April 2019 | Updated: 23:34 BST, 20 April 2019

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Austrian School taught his rivals a lesson in the Queen's Cup Stakes at Musselburgh.

The Mark Johnston-trained half-brother to dual Grand National hero Tiger Roll had his day in the sun as he ended a run of nine first-four finishes in emphatic style.

The son of Teofilo had gone up 17lb since he last won at Chester 11 months ago - but that did not stop the 4-1 joint-favourite bounding clear in the straight to come home six lengths ahead of Ulster in the heritage handicap over a mile and three-quarters.

Pipes Of Peace was a head away in third with Lucky Deal, a stablemate of the winner, a further length back in fourth.

Austrian School taught his rivals a lesson in the Queen's Cup Stakes at Musselburgh.

Austrian School taught his rivals a lesson in the Queen's Cup Stakes at Musselburgh.

"He's hit the crossbar a lot of times and has gone up over a stone in the handicap since he last won, but I couldn't really complain about it," Johnston told ITV Racing.

"We know he's a very good horse, not quite as good as his older brother yet, who has win the Grand National twice, but a great horse.

"It's been a great Easter for us and this has probably

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