Realtra claimed the third Group Three prize of her career with a dominant victory in the Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge Stakes at Tipperary.
Roger Varian's grey found the Prix Rothschild too hot to handle on her previous outing but was much happier in this company and made her move down the stands side in the straight.
Drumfad Bay stretched clear but Realtra went in pursuit and although they were separated by the width of the track, Colin Keane always looked confident on the 4-1 shot, who scored by a length and three-quarters.
Gorane proved too tough to pass to give Henry de Bromhead a Listed win in the Kilfrush Stud Abergwaun Stakes.
The 14-1 chance only had a Dundalk maiden victory to her name heading into the five-furlong dash but had performed with credit in this sort of company more than once and stuck her neck out admirably for Declan McDonogh to keep Snowstorm half a length at bay.
The McDonogh-ridden Comhghairdeas (5-1) prevailed in a three-way finish to the Tipperary Handicap.
Andrew Slattery's gelding disputed the lead with Go Kart, who inched into an advantage entering the final furlong, but Comhghairdeas stuck his neck out and got up by a short head, with Voge just half a length away in third.
Riven Light justified odds of 1-5 in the Meadowview Stables Race.
Willie Mullins' progressive performer took it up at the top of the straight and passed the post two and three-quarter lengths in front of Aussie Valentine.
Sizzling put a run of costly defeats behind her with a game defeat of Jim Bolger's promising newcomer Epaneema in the Camas Park Stud Irish EBF Fillies Maiden as the 1-2 favourite.