It was another episode of the O'Brien family show at Newmarket on Friday, as junior once again upstaged senior on the big stage courtesy of Chantal Regalado-Gonzalez's Iridessa (Ire) (Ruler of the World ) in the G1 bet365 Fillies' Mile.
"I would say she would nearly certainly run in a trial".
She looked to have her work cut out stepped up to Group One level, but struck gold at 14-1 in the hands of Wayne Lordan. "She was always held in high regard and back up to a mile was a huge plus", her rider said of the victor, who was registering a first black-type victor for her Derby-winning sire.
When Iridessa ran by Cardini (Magician ) and on to a four-length success on debut over a mile at Killarney July 17, there was an element of surprise and therefore much to take from the performance. Pretty Pollyanna was another three-quarters of a length back in third. The latter looked all over the victor with a quarter mile remaining, but Lordan was on the case in behind as Donnacha O'Brien worked at Hermosa on the outside.
Silvestre de Sousa, who will miss riding on British Champions Day at Ascot a week tomorrow - when he is crowned champion jockey - after receiving a 12-day whip ban under the totting-up procedure, is replaced on Pretty Pollyanna by Danny Tudhope, for whom 2018 has been something of a breakthrough year thanks to big wins on Urban Fox, Soldiers Call and, latterly, Laurens.
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"I couldn't say it was expected, but we've always loved her", Joseph said.
Her run in the Cheveley Park, fourth behind Fairyland, was disappointing, but she never really got involved and finished fresh.
O'Brien added: "She's definitely well entitled to line up in it (1000 Guineas). She's bred to go at least ten furlongs, but there is a lot of water to go under the bridge before then". We will train her for the Classics. She travelled well and I thought she quickened up well.
However, tackling a mile for the first time, she gave best inside the final furlong and it was left for Iridessa and Aidan O'Brien's 5-2 favourite Hermosa to fight it out.
He said: "That was a fantastic run, it was just a pity the Irish had to invade!" She looked as though she got the trip and it opens up options for next year.