Enjoy graduated to Group One company at the Curragh.
Among four contenders to Aidan O’Brien in the seven-furlong contest but the choice of Ryan Moore wasn’t far from the speed set by stablemate Tango and the Ger Lyons-trained Soul Search.
The previously unbeaten Albigna had Love (6-1) for company on her outside and was conquered by now the area got to the furlong pole, at which Love kept on strongly to hold the overdue fee of Roger Varian’s 13-8 favorite Daahyeh from three-quarters of a span.
So Awesome was third, having been a bit tight for room near home.
O’Brien explained:”She’s real, has a gorgeous pedigree and stays very well. She’s a gorgeous action she stuck out her head, and if Ryan asked her to reunite and lengthen.
“She has been working amazing and progressing with every run.
“We thought that she was a filly that could be crying out for a distance this season, and we were attempting to keep her at seven for as long as we can with the view coming here and maybe finishing off at the Fillies’ Mile and also being a timeless filly next year.
“That family all get a time and a half well at three so it is very appealing for her and she has a lovely mind, also.
“The ground was a bit soft for her the last day.”
Betfair introduced Love in.
Varian will take into account that the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies for the runner-up, together with all the Fillies’ Mile also a choice.
He said:”I had confidence she’d get the stiff seven, though until you try you are never sure, and on her operation now it seemed the same as a mile could be within her reach.”