It was classic weekend in Ireland over the last couple of days, headlined by the Kerrygold Irish Oaks on Saturday.
The British contingent were represented by two of Ralph Beckett's fillies along with the supplemented Star Catcher for John Gosden, and they continued their recent domination when the Anthony Opponheimer owned three-year-old held onto a narrow victory.
It was that man Frankie Dettori in charge of the steering once again - his eighth victory in a Group One in the last 51 days.
Fleeting ran on well to finish second - confirming the form from the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot, with Epsom second Pink Dogwood no better than third this time.
Earlier in the day Romanised return to winning ways for the first time since last year's 2,000 Guineas when taking the Minstrel Stakes earlier in the card, ending James Tate's Hey Gaman's unbeaten start to the season.
On Sunday, the big Group Two sprint was taken by the filly Soffia, who surged to the front clear of El Astronaute and Garrus.
The Group Two Killboy Estate Stakes over nine furlongs was taken by Joseph O'Brien's Red Tea.