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Prohibit: A winner in France.
Robert Cowell's Prohibit gained a narrow success in the Qatar Prix Du Petit Couvert at Longchamp.
Prohibit, winner of the King's Stand Stakes, gained a narrow success from Mar Adentro in the five furlong Group Three contest with Hamish McGonagall back in third.
Tim Easterby's sprinter adopted his usual front-running position but was stalked throughout by Mar Adentro (ninth in the King's Stand) with Prohibit on his outside.
They moved smoothly past the front-runner and settled down for a sustained duel with Jim Crowley forcing the head of Prohibit - who was carrying a 7lb penalty for his Royal Ascot win - in front on the line with the Christophe Soumillon ridden Mar Adentro in second.
There was yet more drama to follow though when Soumillon objected to the winner as the first two came close in the final half-furlong.
However, the stewards allowed the result to stand.
Prohibit will now return to the Paris track in search of more Group One glory in the Qatar Prix de l'Abbaye on October 2.
Cowell said: "He's an absolute legend of a horse. We are thrilled, over the moon and can't find enough words to describe how happy we are to have him. He's just a superstar.
"I thought he would really struggle to turn the tables on Hamish McGonagall because he ran such a game race in the Nunthorpe, but you just cannot knock this horse on consistency.
"He tries 110% which is so important in these races and Jim Crowley rides him absolutely brilliantly."
Cowell had to watch the watch from home after a security scare on his Eurostar train delayed him enough to turn around.
"We thought there was a chance we could have got there for the second race, but there was no point as we would have missed our race," he added.
"We'll make sure of getting there next time - we'll leave four days early!"