Mukhadram gained the first Group 1 success of his career in the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown.
William Haggas' 14-1 shot always raced prominently for Paul Hanagan as Franny Norton set a scorching early pace on Somewhat (100-1).
Hanagan kicked for home two out and Mukhadram powered clear in the closing stages to see off Trading Leather (12-1) by two lengths.
Somewhat stayed on well to take third ahead of Kingston Hill but the well-fancied The Fugue and Night Of Thunder never looked dangerous and both finished unplaced.
Haggas said: "I'm absolutely thrilled to bits, he so deserves to win a good race.
"It went well for him but he was always travelling well. I've lost my voice I shouted that much.
"We've always believed in him and I'm thrilled for everyone he's gone and done it today. I hope the King George at Ascot is next."
HAGGAS Ascot aim
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jul 6, 2014|
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