Khuzaam blitzed the field with an impressive performance to win the Bombardier All-Weather Mile Championships Conditions Stakes at Lingfield.
Hitting the front on the turn for home, Khuzaam (6-4 favourite) quickly put daylight between himself and his rivals with a devastating turn of foot.
Jack Mitchell sat on the heels of the pace-making Canagat in the early stages before making his move.
The response from the Roger Varian-trained five-year-old was immediate and he romped away to score by five lengths from Mums Tipple. Bless Him stayed on for third place, another length away.
Mitchell said: “That was nice and smooth. His work has improved a lot since he won at Chelmsford and the gelding operation has obviously helped him.
“I think he has a lot of class – and he has miles left on the clock, so we will see where he can go.
“It could not have gone any better.
“Roger and I spoke this morning – Khuzaam is a big horse and not one you’d want to drag back, and the race being here at Lingfield meant that we wanted to utilise that, really, even though we were going up a furlong.
“Once I asked him to change gear, he put the race to bed very quickly. I think there is improvement in him.
“Thank you to Shadwell and to Roger for sticking with me. It is very nice to have a winner in these colours.”