Greaneteen capped a brilliant season for trainer Paul Nicholls by bolting up in the Celebration Chase at Sandown.
Altior (9/4 Fav) looked revitalised by a first-time visor as he put in a cracking display of jumping and galloping from the front under Nico de Boinville.
However, Bryony Frost was travelling every bit as smoothly through the Grade 1 contest on the 13/2 shot who made rapid headway to take the lead three out.
The duo sealed victory with a pair of impressive leaps at the last two fences, powering up the hill to slam Altior by four lengths with Sceau Royal (3/1) third.
Champion Chase heroine Put The Kettle On didn’t look entirely at home on the right-handed track but plugged on well enough for fourth.
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