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Review curragh 20th Jul

Mango Diva (pink) gets up to score under Ryan Moore from Lahinch Classics (light blue) and My Titania (yellow)Mango Diva (pink) gets up to score under Ryan Moore from Lahinch Classics (light blue) and My Titania (yellow)
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< Mango Diva rallied late to win the Kilboy Estate Stakes, the feature race at the Curragh on Sunday.

Representing the same trainer/jockey partnership that won the race with Dank last year, Sir Michael Stoute's charge (9-2 ) denied Lahinch Classics by a short head under a fine Ryan Moore ride.

David Wachman's runner made a bold bid from the front and appeared to have done enough when seeing off Odeliz and My Titania but the winner took off in the final furlong to get up in the shadow of the post.

There was more success for English raiders as Sir Maximillian (11-1) scooped the & euro;60,000 first prize in the Rockingham Handicap.

The Tim Pitt-trained five-year-old knuckled down well in the last furlong to prove a length too good for Caspian Prince who had stolen a march on his rivals to go clear.

Jim Bolger landed the Meld Stakes for the second year running courtesy of Parish Hall

The 2011 Dewhurst winner was backed into 11-8 favourite for the Group Three and didn't disappoint his supporters, although he left it late to reel in Afternoon Sunlight

Dermot Weld's representative set the early pace and didn't go down without a fight when challenged, but Kevin Manning's mount had too much in the tank and got up late by half a length.< Toogoodtobetrue built on a promising debut second at Naas when going one better on the opening Sycamore Lodge Equine Hospital European Breeders Fund Maiden.

Aidan O'Brien's filly hit the front over a furlong out but was made to work hard to justify 1-2 favouritism by Gussy Goose who got within three-quarters of a length of the winner.< Intenser (14-1) came with a late rattle to deny Sauanna Belle by half a length in the Irish Champions Weekend 13th & 14th September Nursery Handicap, while it was much more straightforward for Wither Hills (9-2) who romped to a seven-length success from Beau Michael in the Longines World Fegentri Championship For Lady Riders Handicap.