Mohican Heights made all to win on debut at Leopardstown over seven furlongs for owners David Greathouse II and Jules Sigler on Friday evening.

Ridden by jockey Chris Hayes, the son of Australia was pressed inside the final furlong, but kept on well in the closing stages to win by a length and a quarter.

“He’s a nice colt. We had a good draw and Fozzy was adamant that we had to be forward. He’s showed us plenty at home but he was very green and raw.

“I was hoping something would come and join me as he was just running around the place but he was never in trouble as was always going to do enough.

“He could be a nice horse for the future. He’s a work in progress and I’d say he’ll improve as the year goes on.” jockey, Chris Hayes.

Mohican Heights will now be targeted at Listed Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot.