It was the third Score One victory of the day for ex-Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson then his co-owners.
Harry Cobden consumed the 5-2 favorite, trained by Paul Nicholls, in front after a long way out and comfortably beat Clonal Castle by 26 lengths.
Tiger Roll finished quarter but was not ever really in argument.
“That’s my first hat-trick in Liverpool – I don’t reason they’ll be also satisfied,” laughed Ferguson later.
“Harry rode an optimistic race then he was bizarre.”
Ferguson and co had continuing the day on a high once the 17-2 chance Protectorate, trained by Dan Skelton and galloped by his brother Harry, gained the inaugural Novices Chase.
They remained in the winner’s circle over when the odds-on favorite Monomial, galloped by Cobden, and skilled by Nicholls, was an imposing victor of the Fate Bar Birthday 4-Y-O Juvenile Obstacle.
But Clan Des Beaux was the most imposing with first-time cheek pieces helping the two-time King George VI Chase victor.