Camborne came from last to first to follow up last week's Doncaster success by taking the Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup at Newbury.
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The five-year-old had something to prove dropping back in distance to short of a mile and a half, but appreciated the decent early gallop set by Fattsota.
Making his way steadily down the outside of the field in the home straight, he swept into the lead at the furlong-pole and kept on well under Rav Havlin to score by a length and three-quarters.
Gifted Girl just held off Main Sequence for second place, but favourite Kassiano proved a bitter disappointment and never looked like justfying the market support which saw sent off the 10/11 favourite.
"I don't run them twice in eight days very often, but he's in a positive frame of mind at the moment," said Gosden.
"He's a character and has had a habit of snaking around. He's in the Cesarewitch, probably with a huge weight now, but if it rains I'll run him."
Sky Bet cut Camborne from 14/1 to 10/1 for that contest.