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Looked a picture in the paddock ahead of his debut in the 1m novice median auction Stakes at Salisbury on Friday.
A first foal, he is related to Group Three winner Aviate and French 7f two-year-old Group Three winner Early March.
The son of first-term sire Maxios was berthed in stall eight and subject of strong support from 11-1 into 6-1.
Slightly slowly away, he soon moved well in behind the leaders and took a wide path around the dog-leg turn.
The colt was pushed out hands-and-heels with the promise of enormous potential.
St Mary's was left plenty to do when a closing second in the extended 1m6f handicap at Chester.
Market rival Kajaki enjoyed an uninterrupted run, having tracked the leaders before hitting the front over two-out.
In contrast, St Mary's was held up in traffic when held up towards rear and short of room over three-out.
Making headway over two-out, the four-year-old went second inside the final furlong and stayed on, without making an impression on the enterprisingly ridden winner.
This strong stayer remains progressive and should continue to remain competitive against geldings, or in fillies races.
Revenge ran a cracker when beaten only a head and a neck in third in the 7f nursery at Kempton on Wednesday.
Pressing the winner, the unexposed colt was ridden two-out and lost second narrowly inside the final furlong.
This well-regarded youngster kept on gamely and should win races.
He looked ready for the step up to this trip, having ruined his chance with a slow start over shorter at Wolverhampton last time. Revenge could come soon with Revenge.