Golden Horn enjoyed a stellar weekend at Ascot and in Paris with victory for Trawlerman in the G2 QIPCO Long Distance Cup followed by a win the G3 Prix Belle de Nuit for Caius Chorister.

The Godolphin homebred Trawlerman teed up what transpired to be an extraordinary British Champions Day for Frankie Dettori. The five-year-old, who is unbeaten in Britain this season, took up the running in the Ascot straight only to be passed by the multiple Group 1 winner and race-favourite Kyprios before rallying once more to land a gutsy victory in the staying contest.

At Saint-Cloud on Sunday, Clive Washbourn’s homebred Caius Chorister put the seal on a memorable day for her trainer David Menuisier, who has earlier saddled Sunway to win the G1 Criterium International.

Bred in France from the Soldier Of Fortune mare Corpus Chorister, the four-year-old filly has now won six of her 20 starts and placed in another five. She had previously picked up some black type when third in the Listed Prix Scaramouche.

Caius Chorister is the tenth black-type winner for Golden Horn this season, alongside G2 Derby Italiano winner Goldenas and G2 Queen’s Vase winner Gregory.