Enjoy graduated to Group One Firm at the Curragh.
Stablemate Tango and the Ger Lyons-trained Soul Search never set one of four contenders for Aidan O’Brien from the competition but the choice of Ryan Moore, the Galileo filly.
The formerly unbeaten Albigna’d Love (6-1) for business on her outside and was conquered by the time the area got into the furlong pole, where Love kept on strongly to hold the late fee of Roger Varian’s 13-8 favorite Daahyeh by three-quarters of a length.
So Wonderful was having been a bit tight for room.
O’Brien explained:”She is genuine, has a gorgeous pedigree and remains very well. She’s got a gorgeous activity she stuck out her head and when Ryan asked her to get down and reestablish.
“She’s been working amazing and progressing with each run.
“We thought that she was a filly that could be crying out for a distance this year, and we were hoping to keep her seven for as long as we can with the perspective coming here and maybe finishing off at the Fillies’ Mile and becoming a traditional filly next year.
“That family all get a mile and a half well at three so it is really exciting for her and she’s a lovely mind, also.
“The ground was a bit soft for the last moment.”
Betfair introduced Love in.
Varian, meanwhile, will consider that the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies for the runner-up, together with the Fillies’ Mile additionally a choice.
He said:”I had confidence she would find the stiff seven, even though until you attempt you’re never certain, and onto her operation now it looked like a mile could be in her reach.”