Lockwood rules Supreme
Lockwood successfully took a step up in class to land the Group Three Greene King Supreme Stakes at Goodwood.
Although Godolphin's colt won a race of the same class when trained by Andre Fabre last year, he had been dropped down a few levels during the British summer and picked up a conditions event at Thirsk last time.
Course specialist Boom And Bust made a break for home with two furlongs remaining but Silvestre de Sousa had something to aim for and the Betfred Sprint Cup entry, a 4/1 chance, picked him up close to the line to score by half a length.
Trainer Saeed bin Suroor told Racing UK: "He was a bit weak when he joined Godolphin.
"He didn't show a lot but he looked mentally and physically improved when he won last time.
"The ground suited him him and he showed a good turn of foot. He ran a huge race.
"He's in different races. We need to see how he comes back, but (Haydock) could be an option."