The son of Power sprang a surprise in the big juvenile sprint and the win completed a Group 2 double on the card for trainer Ken Condon
“Fair play to the owners, he was a horse that we liked. He ran early on in Naas and he’s obviously made improvement as he’s gone along.
“Certainly he’s made a huge step forward. I would have been delighted with a place.
“He travelled through the race quite well and he’s a horse that had shown us at home that he wants seven and they needed to stay today as it’s slow ground. He got to the line well and galloped through it.