The race was still wide open three furlongs out, with a host of horses still in with a chance. Petara Bay and Charlie Farnsbarns made their bids, but Authorized came fast and late to grab the last Group 1 of the year in England.Winning jockey Frankie Dettori told Channel 4 Racing: "I must say I have to thank the owner, as I tried to put him off running the horse, as mentally I didn't think the horse was ready for this kind of field. We knew he had the talent and the race went very smoothly. He won like a good horse."Authorized is a 2-year-old bay colt by Montjeu out of Funsie, by Saumarez. His female family has produced other top 2-year-olds Green Dancer and Okawango.
In only his second career start, 25-1 outsider Authorized powered home to win the Racing Post Trophy Stakes (Eng-I) at Newbury on Saturday.The Peter Chapple-Hyam trainee won by 1¼-lengths over fellow longshot Charlie Farnsbarns (33-1). Medicine Path (20-1) was two lengths further back in third.Prince Golan led the field during the early stages of the race, with Malacara and Drumfire in close pursuit.