BYE Bye Hong Kong showed a good attitude to land the Listed feature at Windsor Racecourse on Monday and remains a smart prospect.

The son of Street Sense, who won the 2007 Kentucky Derby as a champion on the dirt in the United States, finished his debut season as runner-up in a Group 3 at Newmarket last Autumn.

The three-year-old won a Novice Stakes at the Berkshire track in August 2018 and was sent off the 8-11 favourite for the Listed contest over a mile.

Taking on older horses for the first time, Bye Bye Hong Kong made virtually all under three-time champion jockey Silvestre de Sousa, keeping on under pressure to assert in the final 100 yards.

Oh This Is Us (7-2) filled the runner-up spot in the race for the second season running, with Breton Rock (14-1) never close enough to challenge and beaten two and a half lengths into third place.

Bye Bye Hong Kong holds an entry for the Group 1 St. James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot on Tuesday 18th June.

Kemble won the Maiden Stakes in taking style and looks a useful juvenile to follow for trainer, Richard Hannon.

The daughter of Kodiac, a leading source of speed, finished third behind Chasing Dreams, the ante-post favourite for the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot, on her racecourse debut at Newmarket last month.

The 7-2 chance led well over a furlong from the finish before being shaken up and drawing clear to comfortably beat 8-11 favourite Illusionist by five lengths.

Carmague, a 100-1 outsider, stayed on well over a furlong out to take third position.

Racing returns to Windsor next Monday with a six-race card that gets under way at 5.30pm and features a Listed race over six furlongs.

Entries include The Tin Man, who is bidding for a hat-trick of wins in the race having taken the prize in 2016 and 2018, plus fellow course and distance winners Spring Loaded, Stake Acclaim and Tis Marvellous.