Bronze Prince is Royal Ascot-bound after silencing the crowd with his 33-1 triumph in the Betfred 'Still Treble Odds On Lucky 15's' Handicap at Lingfield.
Positively ridden by Jamie Spencer, Michael Attwater's gelding would not be denied when pressed by Double Dealer and, after shaking off his attentions, then held the surge of Dimension which came too late.
Bronze Prince scored by three-quarters of a length and a neck, with Stage Attraction grabbing the minor berth.
Attwater said: "Roger Kilby bought the horse to run in the big handicaps but as he's a very burly horse we knew he would need his first run.
"That was on the all-weather, when he met far too much traffic and didn't have a race.
"Then we took him to Sandown for a race that cut up, but he didn't handle the ground.
"The going also kyboshed our plan to run him in the Victoria Cup. Jamie said the horse wanted to go forward but has blown-up in the final half a furlong.
"It will be the Hunt Cup or the Buckingham Palace Handicap next. I think he'll get the mile."
Ongoodform determinedly edged out Copperwood to take the Betfred Mobile Casino Handicap for owner Jim Kinnear and trainer Paul D'Arcy.
The 20-1 shot got up in the final stride to post a short-head triumph, with Aldermoor a further length back in third.
Dr Kinnear had travelled from Calgary, Canada, and said: "I have this horse and a maiden two-year-old, named Global Leader, with Paul, after selling Caledonian Spring to Hong Kong.
"Hopefully Global Leader can win his maiden and then run at Royal Ascot."
D'Arcy said: "The horse has had a few problems and hung across the track on his final run last year."