Favourite Fast Or Free completed his hat-trick when winning the Britannia Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The son of Notnowcato had sprung to the public's attention when readily winning a Newmarket handicap earlier in the month and didn't disappoint his supporters in running out an impressive winner by a length and a quarter.
Ryan Moore always had his mount to the fore on the far side of the track and the gelding, who was having just the fourth start of his career, ran on strongly to prevail.
He was chased home by 50-1 chance Mister Music with fourth placed Compton (40-1) and fifth home Piri Wango also racing on the far side but the hard-luck story of the race was arguably third home Bronze Angel.
The field had raced in two groups until gradually merging from halfway but Hayley Turner's mount pulled clear down the centre of the track with over a furlong to run.
Despite the lack of company, the gelding ran on strongly despite edging right-handed towards his rivals but never looked like catching the William Haggas-trained winner who won in the style of a well handicapped horse.
Haggas said: "It's nice to win. I think the rain maybe helped him quite a lot.
"Notnowcato (sire) enjoyed the ground and I think he's enjoyed the ground.
"He was tailor-made for this race if he got in and he just did.
"He's had three races in quick succession and he's come a long way. We'll just have to see where we go now.
"Ryan thought after his last run he'd get a mile and a quarter, but I think a mile on soft ground is good for him as he has plenty of pace and stays on well.
"I can't tell you how much this means to all of us who train to have a winner here, it's great."
Moore said: "I don't know how good a race it was but my lad is a very straightforward horse and got a nice lead.
"He travelled very well and he has a good rhythm. I actually got to the front quicker than I would have liked but he showed a good attitude. He's a good, honest horse.
"He likes a bit of cut in the ground. I've only ridden him on slower ground so I don't know how he'd handler quicker ground."