Master Tommytucker for Paul Nicholls topped off a superb day for the trainer and personally gave a career best performance to land the Grade Two event.
His task in the Silviniaco Conti Chase was made easier with the favourite Imperial Aura unseating his rider at the first, but from that he dominated the event.
He left backers with their hearts in their mouths at the last when Harry Cobden asked for a big jump and he bustled through the top of it and did well to stay up.
However, apart from that he was very good and overall this season he has improved his jumping and come on leap and bounds as a racehorse.
After his win on Saturday the Ryanair Chase market saw him backed in from 33/1 into 16/1 in some places and he could be a live player for the British.