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Last Updated: June 5, 2011 5:28pm
Prohibit finished second at Chantilly.
Wizz Kid lowered the colours of Prohibit in the Group Two Prix du Gros-Chene at Chantilly.
Wizz Kid, trained by Robert Collet, gained a rare victory for the domestic sprinters when beating Prohibit and Inxile in the five furlong contest.
The three year old filly was receiving all the allowances from her elders and made the most of a dream run through under the rail to prevail in a photo finish.
Prohibit has been in great form this season for Robert Cowell and had kept on well to finish close-up on his last two starts.
Jim Crowley appeared to have timed his run to perfection as he reversed April's Longchamp form with Inxile only for Wizz Kid to swoop late on on his inside.
Inxile ran another fine race for trainer David Nicholls, keeping on well having cut out the early running with Hamish McGonagall who weakened to finish fourth for Tim Easterby, just ahead of Mar Adentro.
Sky Bet trimmed Prohibit's odds into 20-1 from 25-1 for the Kings Stand Stakes in a fortnight's time.