Discoveries supplied Jessica Harrington and Shane Foley with yet one more Irish Champions Weekend success within the Moyglare Stud Stakes.
Harrington and Foley teamed up for a treble at Leopardstown on Saturday, highlighted by the Group One victory of No Communicate Alexander within the Matron Stakes.
Discoveries was despatched off at 17-2 to emulate her, having completed third behind the reopposing Agartha within the Debutante Stakes over the course and distance simply three weeks in the past.
Agartha appeared more likely to observe up after seeing off numerous challengers, however she was unable to withstand the late surge of Discoveries, with three-quarters of a size separating them on the line.
Harrington mentioned: “To win two Group Ones this weekend is simply one thing else.
“She’s a beautiful filly. She’s utterly completely different to her full-sister Alpha Centauri, who was a giant gray.
“This filly has achieved numerous rising and has a beautiful temperament – she’s not as feisty as Alpha.
“Her half-sister Alpine Star was completely different once more. How can I be so fortunate to have three fillies out of the identical mare which have all gained Group Ones?
“This filly was inexperienced first time she ran after which she gained her maiden. We hoped she’d win the Alpha Centauri Debutante, however the floor got here up delicate that day and she or he goes on high of the bottom.”
Foley mentioned: “I do not need this weekend to finish, it has been phenomenal.
“I believed I might get near Declan (McDonogh, on Agartha) at this time as I used to be using her a bit completely different on a bit of higher floor. The plan was to sit down nearer to them and she or he was properly drawn in stall eight as she likes a little bit of room.
“She is a really, superb filly, there was no hiding place at this time and I knew she had stepped ahead from the Debutante.
“She was fairly inexperienced nonetheless and had by no means gone that quick in her life.”