Trelawney graduate Seajetz finished powerfully to claim top honours in the Listed Karaka Classic (1500m) at Pukekohe on Tuesday.
It was the first stakes win for the son of Iffraaj as well as for jockey Niranjan Parmar.
Trained by Paul Richards, Seajetz had won his previous start in Rating 75 company at Matamata and bridged the gap to stakes company in style.
The five-year-old gelding settled toward the back in the field and wound up strongly to down the favourite Self Obsession, who also rounded off well in the straight.
Bred by Cherry Taylor, the Taylor Family Trust and Trelawney Thoroughbred Ltd, Seajetz is out of three-time winner Bellazeel, a daughter of Group One winner La Bella Dama.- NZ Racing Desk