Probably (7-1) outstayed 11-10 favourite Cristoforo Colombo to win the Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises Railway Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday.
The market leader looked all set to boost the Coventry Stakes form when quickening to the front approaching the final furlong but he was soon in trouble under Joseph O'Brien.
Billy Lee seized his opportunity aboard the David Wachman-trained winner who was back in front soon after the furlong marker and went on to score well.
"He showed us plenty right from the start, he's a very good looking horse, plenty of size and scope and we always liked him," said the winning trainer.
"He ran well here the first day and won a maiden in Limerick beating a horse that subsequently won so we were expecting him to run well.
"As a three-year-old he'll definitely be better, he's a big horse and we'll run him in some of the better races in the autumn and we'll see how we get on.
"He's a very good actioned horse and he'll definitely prefer better ground but he stayed well today and Billy gave him a good ride. He's a very good rider, Billy Lee, very underrated."