Alan King admitted he had fears winner Tritonic could be "embarrassed" in the Haynes, Hanson & Clark Conditions Stakes at Newbury.
John Gosden's Cape Palace was the antepost favourite and was sent off odds-on at 1/2, but Tritonic had other ideas and overcame the field with a fantastic run.
The 12/1 shot had too much for Man Of The Night, while Godsen's charge was a disappointing third.
King admitted afterwards the victory had taken him by surprise and he's now excited for the horse's future.
He told Sky Sports: "It has taken us by surprise, but we have always loved him. He won well at Ffos Las, but I was disappointed that the form hadn't really worked out. We thought this was a nice place to come. I'm actually a bit shocked.
"I thought it would be about next year and I was hoping that I wasn't embarrassed today by running in this. He is so laid-back and he does enough. He has won with his ears pricked.
"It's lovely as we probably haven't had a two-year-old like this before, so it is exciting."
Article Posted on Friday 20th September 2019 @ 17.24
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