The Sky Bet £1 million Ebor Handicap was the feature on day four of York's meeting with 22 runners heading to post to try and take home £600,000 in first place prize money.
The horse that did it was Mustajeer for trainer Ger Lyons, with the six year old fourth in the contest last year he came back to get his revenge and he did by storming to victory down the Knavesmire.
That was Mustajeer's last run for the trainer with the gelding being bought before the showpiece at York and will head to Australia next month to join trainer Kris Lees.
He will now be aimed at some of the big handicap contests down under with the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne cup on offer for the Ebor winner.
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