Piping Rock (3/1) made it three wins from as many starts in the Group Three Worthington's Whizz Kids Stakes at Newbury.
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Richard Hannon's youngster was completing a quickfire across the course double for the trainer following Night Of Thunder's success at Doncaster.
French raider Galiway was a warm order for the seven furlong contest registered as the Horris Hill Stakes but he proved no match for the Dubawi colt who ran out an easy winner under Pat Dobbs.
Galiway finished two and three quarter lengths away in second with Day Of Conquest a further three parts of a length back in third.
Winning owner Bob McCreery said: "This horse has a great character, he had a six-hour operation on his gut last summer. He won well at Ascot and Salisbury and we should have some fun with him next year."
Fabre said of Galiway: "I'm delighted with him, he ran a bit green and he was beaten by a good horse.
"He'll stay a mile and will be aimed for the French Classics, the Poule d'Essai des Poulains and the Jockey Club."
William Hill introduced the winner, who was providing Hannon with his fifth success in the race, into their betting for the QIPCO 2000 Guineas at 20/1.