Michael O’Flynn’s home-bred landed the maiden by six lengths in the style of a colt who could go on to better things.
“He is a lovely straightforward horse and we always liked him. He probably needed the run on his first start but he has built on it and I think he’s a horse with a future,” said winning rider Chris Hayes.
“I just kept it nice and simple and he quickened up good. His homework has been good. He’s a lovely big strong horse which you need in the conditions that are out there.”