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Last Updated: 24/05/09 4:48pm
Casual Conquest - back to winning ways.
Dual Derby-placed Casual Conquest finally got his Group One reward with victory in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh.
Placed in both the English and Irish Classics, the Moyglare Stud-owned colt beat his stablemate Famous Name and give trainer Dermot Weld a notable one-two.
Leading all the way under Pat Smullen, the 11-4 shot stormed five and a half lengths clear of Famous Name, with Lush Lashes third.
Weld said: "He deserved that. He's a very good horse from last year. On his reappearance it was very firm ground at Newmarket and my concern today was whether he'd handle the extremely opposite on testing ground. He did it well and I'm very pleased with him.
"The Arc will be his target in the second half of the year. It's the one race Mr Haefner (owner of Moyglare Stud) would love to win and nothing would give me greater pleasure than to try and win the Arc for him.
"He'll have a summer off, and we will train him for the Arc. The Irish Champion would be an obvious race for him and I look forward to the second part of the year."
Of Famous Name, Weld added: "He's a good horse as we know and was unlucky to get beat a head in the French Derby.
"We just may back track in distance with him. Maybe nine furlongs could be better for him and be his optimum trip.
"They are the only two four-year-old colts I have at home and it is a shame they had to take each other on but this is a great race which I have won three or four times."