French import Carzoff zoomed to a stakes victory in the Listed Wyong Gold Cup over 2100m on Friday.
After getting well back in the field, Carzoff showed a good turn of foot to come through the runners and triumphed under Kerrin McEvoy.
“There was a bit of jockeying going on early and I had to come right back behind them to get some cover,” McEvoy told Sky Racing.
“I must admit, after we passed the mile I was thinking to myself ‘we’re well back here, I’m going to need some luck’ and it just started to fall my way.
“Once the race was starting to develop I found myself funnelling up in between them and he was ready to go once I asked him.
“It was a nice effort by the Waller team and a great effort by the horse.”
A son of Coolmore sire Zoffany, Carzoff has now won four races and racked up over $340,000 in prizemoney for his large group of owners.