The son of Oasis Dream had been training well at home and was sent off an odds on shot for his racecourse debut.
He put up a decent display to win, getting up on the line to beat two rivals rated 81 and 83 respectively.
He was green in the early part of the contest, racing on and off the bridle. Victory looked unlikely turning for home as jockey Paul Hanagan still had three lengths to make up on the leaders.
However, his mount picked up strongly in the closing stages getting up in the shadows of the post to win by a nose.
Roger said: "He is a colt we have always liked and he has been showing up well in his homework.
"He was greener than I expected him to be so I think he'll come on plenty for this experience."