Media Hype (6-1 joint-favourite) booked his place in one of the middle-distance handicaps at Royal Ascot when overcoming interference to take the sportingbet.com Stakes at York.
"We think he could be a Listed or even a Group Three horse. He had poor feet when Luca Cumani had him, but we've sorted that out and he's got lots of ability," said trainer Elaine Burke's husband and assistant Karl.
"I imagine he'll go to Ascot now for either the Wolferton Stakes or the Duke of Edinburgh Handicap."
Easy Terms (14-1) continued her astonishing rise in the care of Edwin Tuer by getting up on the line in a blanket finish to the Sportingbet Jorvik Handicap.
The Northallerton trainer picked up the mare for just over £4,000 at the sales last year and she has now managed to win six times in eight starts for the yard.
All those victories have been completed under James Sullivan, who found himself a fair way behind in the frenetically-paced contest but Easy Terms began to reel in her rivals along the stands' rail and bested High Office and Crackentorp by a short-head and a neck.
Tuer said: "That's unbelievable. She keeps answering every question and she's won in all extremes of ground, from good to firm to heavy.
"We haven't looked any further than today, I'll have to get stuck into the racing calendar and have a look what's in the programme for her.
"When she won at Pontefract it was her first run of the season and mine usually come on for the run, so I was hoping she would be better for it.
"I don't know what the key to her has been, but the girl who rides her out every day, Gemma Docherty, tells me she's really come on in the last month."
Shane Kelly drove Morocco Moon (28-1) to a short head verdict over Annie Beach in a rousing finish to the Ralph Raper Memorial Handicap.
"She has been working considerably better than our filly (Sonko) that ran well at Chester last week and is rated 86. She is rated 70," said Tim Pitt.
Frankie Dettori delighted his supporters when ending the three-day meeting with a neck win on the Marcus Tregoning-trained Estedaama (6-1) in the Sportingbet Handicap.