Thomas Chippendale provided Tom Queally and Sir Henry Cecil with a nice fillip ahead of Frankel’s big day when emerging victorious.

Although the Warren Place team have their sights fixed firmly on the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Saturday, Cecil can rightly anticipate a bright future for this Dansili colt.

The Sir Robert Ogdenowned juvenile arrived on the scene late, but with a trace of panache, in division one of the British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing EBF Soar Maiden Stakes.

Indeed, his neck defeat of Went The Day Well in no way tells the full extent of his superiority.

Thomas Chippendale, the 9-4 joint-favourite, was making just his second career outing, having looked in need of the experience at York in August.

‘‘He could make up into a lovely type next year,’’ said Queally. ‘‘He was babyish and needed the run at York, but he is improving all the time.

“His stride took me into the race and he won in the style of a nice horse. Whatever he does this year is a bonus and he is one to look forward to.’’ Cravat put the seal on a profitable season with victory in the Wymeswold Conditions Stakes.

The Mark Johnston-trained youngster was having his 11th outing of the campaign, but is a tough individual.

He again illustrated his zest for racing with a two-length defeat of Amazing Storm, who stayed on well after setting a brisk gallop.

Cravat (11-4) was supplementing a similarly enthusiastic victory at Chester last month.

Deirdre Johnston, wife and assistant to the in-form Middleham handler, said: ‘‘He’s lovely. He started at five furlongs and now he’s up to seven. I think he’ll get further. He seems to go on anything. He’s versatile.’’