Energizer powered up
Energizer became the first German-trained winner at Royal Ascot when registering a comfortable success in the Tercentenary Stakes.
Jens Hirschberger's hooded three-year-old was given a confident ride by Adrie de Vries and was produced with a withering run down the outside of the field in the home straight.
The 15-2 chance picked up Stipulate heading towards the final furlong and kicked clear to score by two and a half lengths.
Rewarded and Kirsty Milczarek grabbed third place.
Hirschberger said: "After the (German) Guineas, we wanted to step him up in trip and we found this race.
"He loves the ground, it's perfect for him.
"This is a great feeling."
De Vries said: "We wanted to step him up after his last run and he showed a really good turn of foot.
"It's testing ground in the last furlong but it helped me I think as he likes it.
"We ran him over a mile as he was too keen but we put the hood on him and he settles now.
"It's only my second ride here and it's amazing."
Trainer James Toller said of the third: "It was quite a jump in class. He ran a good race and he hasn't let us down. He probably wants a bit further really."