Dual Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe heroine Treve was represented by a first winner as a broodmare on Friday when her son Quos showed a ready attitude and a fine turn of foot to land an extended ten-furlong conditions contest at Chantilly.

Having made his debut at the same track last month, when he finished fifth behind Padovana, jockey Vincent Cheminaud had the three-year-old settled at the rear of the field as they entered the home straight.

Moved out wide for a clear passage, Cheminaud sat still as his mount loomed up alongside previous winners Hidoka and Edge Of Victory. Quos picked up rapidly under the drive of Cheminaud to take the contest from L’Aigle by a short neck, with Edge Of Victory the same distance away in third.

Quos is by Darley linchpin Dubawi, who was selected as the first covering for Al Shaqab’s Treve following a racing career that yielded nine wins including two editions of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

The daughter of Motivator has also produced a two-year-old filly by Shalaa named Paris, who is in training with Quos’ trainer Andre Fabre, a yearling filly by Siyouni, and this year she foaled a daughter of Sea The Stars.

An indication of the regard that Kingman is held in by breeding operations across Europe was underlined when Treve visited Juddmonte’s rising young sire this year.