Educate is top of the class
Johnny Murtagh claimed another major British prize when the well-backed Educate took the Betfred Cambridgeshire.
Since beginning his training career, Murtagh has enjoyed a golden spell in the saddle, mopping up feature races for fun.
After a few luckless runs this season, Educate (8/1 favourite) finally enjoyed his day in the sun but he was made to wait for confirmation as Henry Candy's Code Of Honor flew home to be beaten just a short-head.
Graphic burst clear under Frankie Dettori two furlongs out, but with half a furlong to go he was running on empty as Educate went clear, only for Code Of Honour to give his supporters a final scare.
Tres Coronas was third - first home on the far side - with Graphic fourth and Seek Again fifth. Punters who placed an each-way bet with Sky Bet will also get paid out on sixth-home Dance And Dance.
Murtagh said: "The ground was fast enough for him, he didn't come down the hill that well but he was brave and had a big weight so it was a good performance.
"When I rode him at Haydock I thought he was a Group horse.
"I thought I hit the line well but I was still glad to hear the number three being called out.
"I've had an unbelievable year, I couldn't imagine it going like this. I'm getting on some nice horses and thankfully the line is coming just in time."
Mohammed added: "He's won a lot of races for us but this was the one I wanted.
"Winning races like this can only be good for us. I want my team to get bigger and bigger.
"Educate will go to Dubai and we have a programme for him there."