Sir Dragonet has won the Cox Plate, relegating pre-race favourite Russian Camelot to a minor placing.
Ridden by Glen Boss, the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained runner powered down the Moonee Valley straight and jockey Glen Boss was able to celebrate across the line.
Sir Dragonet performed well on the wet track in Melbourne after a night and day of consistent rain, beating home Armory and Russian Camelot.
Magic Wand was a scratching on race day.
"This is unbelievable," Boss told Channel Seven after the win.
"It's a special race.
"I was really confident once the rain come.
"You grow up watching this race ... I love and cherish this place."