Tiggy Wiggy goes for Royal Ascot's Queen Mary Stakes after taking the National Stakes at Sandown in impressive style.
Victorious on her first two starts, the Richard Hannon-trained youngster (3/1) was a half-length second to the unbeaten Patience Alexander at York's Dante meeting and gave that form a real boost with the manner of her victory.
Travelling sweetly on the far rail for Richard Hughes as Roudee took the field along, she was eased out to get a run and quickened smartly a furlong down to put the race to bed.
Favourite Cock Of The North missed the break and had to play catch up, eventually running on for second, three and three-quarter lengths in arrears.
Hannon said: "We took a chance coming here as these races are only going to get better, and it was a good chance to get some black type.
"She will be entered in the Queen Mary and the Albany, but I imagine she'd will go for the Queen Mary and should have a great chance.
"When she won first time out she looked exceptional and then afterwards I think she couldn't show her true colours in the soft ground. We know she handles it, but I certainly don't think she wants it.
"It was a good run when she got beaten by David Evans' filly last time. I admit I was surprised [that she didn't win] but the winner must be very good."
The trainer was also pleased for the winning rider, who he said had endured "a bit of a nightmare" at Bath's afternoon meeting.
"Hughesy came back in with a smile and said he was going faster at the line than at any point in the race previously, and I think he was impressed," added Hannon.
"I think that was a good performance. When you're taking on colts only 13 days after your last run, you're on a bit of a hiding to nothing, but she's won well."
The winner is part-owned by leading jumps owner Jared Sullivan - and named after his daughter Antigoni - and Hannon quipped: "Jared's just bought some more jumpers for Paul Nicholls so he could go with the money - this will maybe pay the VAT on one of them!"