Ultra sired his first winner through the impressive Bremontier, who was victorious at Dieppe on his first career start on Monday, 26 July. Running over 1,400m, he was always travelling sweetly in third, and when asked for his effort at the beginning of the straight, ran on well to record a half-length triumph.
Bred by Franklin Finance, Bremontier is the second winner bred by the G1-placed juvenile Brocottes, who hails from the extended family of Champion sire Smadoun.
Ultra went unbeaten in his juvenile campaign, landing the G1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp before being crowned French Champion two-year-old.
Also on Monday, Profitable's successful spell continued as he added a 12th winner to his record.
Auditor, trained by Martyn Meade, had shown promise on his previous starts and broke his maiden in very convincing fashion, landing the five-furlong maiden at Windsor by four lengths.
Bred by RS and SD Knipe, Auditor is one of four winners out of the Royal Applause mare Crown, also dam of the multiple Stakes winner Global Applause.
Profitable is also sire of G2 Queen Mary winner Quick Suzy and is currently outperforming fellow son of Invincible Spirit, Kingman, at the same stage of his career.