Highland Reel benefited from a brilliant front-running ride from Ryan Moore to claim top honours in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.
Time Test was made to pull out all the stops to claim victory in the Sky Bet York Stakes.
Butterflies sprang a 16/1 shock in Gowran Park when beating even-money-favourite Winter into third in the opening fillies' maiden.
Tonkinese did it from the front and saw off Radiantly who was trying an extended mile and one for the first time in Gowran Park.
Fair Eva kept her unbeaten record intact with a hugely impressive display in the Princess Margaret Juddmonte Stakes at Ascot.
Apex King emerged victorious after a thrilling climax to the Wooldridge Group Pat Eddery Stakes at Ascot.
Queen Alphabet readily put the opposition to the sword in Gowran Park's mile and a half handicap for four-year-olds and older.
Uninhibited was different class to her six rivals in the three-year-old fillies' maiden at Gowran Park.
There was a morning-price gamble landed on Masonbrook Lady in the mile and a half Thomastown Handicap at Gowran Park.
Course specialist Enough Is Enough grabbed her fourth victory at Gowran Park when staying on stoutly for the in-form Gary Carroll.
Nicaragua enjoyed her spin around Gowran as she hacked up under Ana O'Brien in the mile and a half apprentice handicap.
Kimberella dominated his rivals to win York's Sky Bet Dash at the third attempt.
The going at Gowran Park remains Good, Good to Firm in places. The forecast is for a mainly dry and warm day.
Gowran stages the final fixture before Monday's Galway Festival and while the all-Flat card is low-key, the opening Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Maiden has attracted most of the big names, including Dermot Weld.
Lumiere will bypass Tuesday's Lennox Stakes at Goodwood in favour of the Prix Rothschild at Deauville on Sunday week.
Emma Lavelle is praying the rain stays away from the west of Ireland for the next few days to allow Junction Fourteen to take his place in Wednesday's TheTote.com Galway Plate.
Tellthemnuttin could make a swift reappearance at Galway next week after landing the Tintern Abbey Handicap Hurdle at Wexford on Friday.
While Gordon Elliott is sending a strong team to Galway, he will also be represented at Glorious Goodwood with Royal Ascot winner Commissioned.
Aidan O'Brien is hoping Highland Reel can exact his revenge on Dartmouth in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot today.
3.15 Majestic Flyer
4.25 Solar Benny , Jeremy's Jet , Improver
5.30 Shepherds Crook , Artiste Celebre , Apache Gold
2.45 Magical Fire
3.20 Sir Roderic , High Draw
3.55 Ice Lord , Monteverdi
5.00 Burn The Boats
5.35 Wave Reviews
2.15 Super Julius
4.35 Romann Angel , Adalene , Novalina , Platonic Love
5.40 The Detainee
6.40 Tempuran , Starcrossed
7.40 Sams R Man , Still Kicking , Paca Punch
1.50 Harry George
2.55 Rex Imperator
3.30 Stay In My Heart
4.05 Regal Ways
3.10 Yeah Baby Yeah
3.45 Projection , David's Duchess
1.55 Out of Order
4.45 The Begum , Mighty Lady , Island Flame
5.20 Harbour Lightning
Radiantly has her sights lowered for the www.gowranpark.ie Median Auction Race on Saturday.
Long odds-on favourite Radiantly just could not get past the pacesetting Tonkinese in the www.gowranpark.ie Median Auction Race at Gowran Park.
Stellar Mass has now won the two biggest Flat races on the Down Royal calendar after adding the Her Majesty's Plate to his Ulster Derby success of last month.
Three Classic prospects for 2017 gave Aidan O'Brien and Ryan Moore a Leopardstown treble, highlighted by a workmanlike success for Churchill in the Japan Racing Association Tyros Stakes.
Fort Del Oro proved to be the class act in the Yeomanstown Stud Dark Angel EBF Stakes at Naas.