Redzel proved his formidable mettle when landing his third consecutive win in the Gr.3 Concorde Stakes.
Snitzel's remarkable son who will be contesting The Everest next month has been winless in five starts since capturing the The Everest in October 2018.
The fleet-footed 7YO gelding led every step of the way under Kerrin McEvoy to defeat the fast-finishing Pierro entire Pierata by a long-head with the 4YO Star Witness colt Graff three-quarter of a length back in third after not having a lot of room over the final 200 metres.
The dual Group 1 and 2-time The Everest Stakes winner takes his stakes total to 11 while advancing his record to 15 wins, 8 seconds and 1 third from 34 starts with earnings of $15,644,000.
Redzel ran the 1000 metres in 56.28, with his last 600m in 32.567s, which was just outside his own track record.
Co-trainer Paul Snowden was relieved that the 7YO gelding showed all of his old enthusiasm.
An A$120,000 purchase by Triple Crown Syndications from the draft of Marquee Stud at the 2014 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling sale, Redzel is the tenth live foal, seventh winner and second stakes-winner, after the Group III winner Danerich, for the former top-class Rubiton mare Millrich.
Winner of the Group III Sweet Embrace Stakes, Millrich was placed in the Group 1 Golden Slipper, Group II Silver Shadow Stakes, Group II Magic Night Stakes and Group II San Domenico Stakes.
A sister to the dam of the talented El Roca (Fastnet Rock) Millrich died three weeks after foaling Redzel.