Master Debonair held on gamely to land the concluding race of The November Meeting, the High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire & Racing Remember Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.
Ridden by James Bowen and trained by Colin Tizzard, the four-year-old son of Yeats fended off the late challenge of the Philip Hobbs-trained Thyme Hill (8/1) to score by a neck.
Tizzard was registering a 23/1 double following the victory of Elixir De Nutz in the G2 Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle.
Bowen said: "Master Debonair did it well in the end.
"He was free early on and I was worried that he had pulled his chance away, but he has a big engine and is very genuine - he is a really nice horse.
"He is an easy horse to organise and for a bumper horse that is a real asset.
"Master Debonair will stay further. We'll see what he likes over hurdles. He travels almost too well. For the time being, I think two miles is his trip however."
4.00pm High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire And Racing Remember Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race (Listed Race) 2m 87y
1 Master Debonair (SprayClad UK) Colin Tizzard 4-11-00 James Bowen 3/1
2 Thyme Hill (The Englands and Heywoods) Philip Hobbs 4-11-00 Richard Johnson 8/1
3 Kissesforkatie (Derek Coles & Ian Gosden) 4-10-07 Nick Scholfield 33/1
13/8 Fav McFabulous (7th)
Distances: nk, 1½
Tote Win: £3.60 Places:£1.80, £1.90, £3.20 Exacta:£29.20
OPTIONS ARE OPEN FOR MASTER DEBONAIR
Master Debonair has done little wrong in his two National Hunt Flat races ahead of today with a win in May and a second placing in October. Sent off a 3/1 chance in today's finale, the High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire And Racing Remember National Hunt Flat race, the four-year-old son of Yeats added a second victory to his resume when successful by a neck from Thyme Hill.
It gave trainer Colin Tizzard a 23/1 double on today's card after his victory in the previous race with 5/1 chance Elixir De Nutz.
"For a four-year-old, it's lovely," smiled the delighted trainer. "From his three runs now this horse has had two wins and a second, what we'll do with him after this, I don't know. It's getting later in the year now, he could easily be a Champion Bumper horse."
Race options are open as Tizzard reported: "We have schooled him over hurdles, he goes lovely. Look he is a beautiful young horse and well-bred - his mother [Swincombe Flame] very nearly won the Mares' Hurdle race here at The Festival."