Inns Of Court fired in his second winner in as many days on Saturday when Innvincible Friend made all for a decisive win in the 6f novice at Chester.
Placed on both his first starts, the Tom Dascombe-trained colt was bounced out in front by Ali Rawlinson and had enough in reserve to repel the previous winner Bits And Bobs.
His victory comes hot on the heels of Baileys Polka Dot in a conditions race at Dieppe on Friday. Other winners from the first crop of Inns Of Court also include Ziggy's Dream, who lines up in Sunday's Group 3 Prix du Bois at Chantilly.
Innvincible Friend was bred in Ireland by M & M Butler out of the Danehill Dancer mare Pavlopetri and was bought by Tom Dascombe with Ed Sackville for €32,000 at the Goffs Sportsman's Sale.
A top-class horse, Inns Of Court's career spanned four seasons in France for Godolphin and Andre Fabre and featured seven wins ranging from the Group 2 Prix du Gros-Chene over 5f to the Group 3 Prix de la Porte Maillot over 7f.
The son of Invincible Spirit stands for €5,000.