Felix Desjy never saw another rival, as he made every yard of the running to win the Grade Two Sky Bet Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle at Punchestown.
Six horses went to post for this two-mile race, which had been won in the past by the likes of Kicking King, Vautour, Douvan and Min.
The sextet were sent on their way with Felix Desjy leading Harrie and Swordsman.
Settling down, Felix Desjy continued to lead from Harrie, with Swordsman third and then Jetez, Buildmeupbuttercup and Jan Maat.
The order remained unchanged as the field raced past the stands and out on their final circuit.
Felix Desjy and Sean Flanagan built up an eight length lead racing down hill to the fourth flight.
Leaving the back straight, Felix Desjy was still well clear, with Swordsman moving into second and Jetez also passing Harrie, who was then passed by Buildmeupbuttercup.
Felix Desjy turned for home with a four length advantage over Jetez and took the last clear. Jetez tried hard to close, but was unable to, as the Gordon Elliott trained six year-old ran out a convincing winner.
Jetez was a long way clear of Harrie, who stayed on again for third.