There were a couple of decent cards in Ireland over the weekend, with Naas tasking centre stage on Sunday twenty-four hours after eight races at Navan.
The latter just had the one bit of Class One action, which was a Listed contest over 1m5f won by Aidan O'Brien's Western Australia.
With the form in the book behind Guineas winner Magna Grecia twice last term, the three-year-old Chestnut got back to his peak on his first appearance over nine furlongs, and could now be worth considering for the St Leger.
On Sunday, it was a different story - two Group Threes and two Listed affairs, the pick of those being the G3 Goffs Lacken Stakes over six furlongs, won convincingly by another Ballydoyle inmate - So Perfect; who was just that, bettering her Fred Darling third from Newbury.
Daughter of Scat Daddy - who was fourth in last year's Queen Mary, will surely look to stay over the six furlong trip going forward.