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Jim Bolger: Struck with Stylish One at Leopardstown
Stylish One broke her duck with a game victory in the opener at Leopardstown on Monday
Jim Bolger's daughter of Invincible Spirit, sent off at 14/1, was always perfectly positioned just off the pace by Kevin Manning in the Irish Stallion Farms E.b.f. Fillies Maiden.
And when he got to work in the short straight the filly stuck to her task well to hold off the hot 11/10 favourite - Dermot Weld's Eva's Time - by a neck. She appeared to be tapped for toe when the winner quickened before sticking on well to take the runner's-up spot.
Quaintly at 6/1 - the first string for David Wachman and ridden by Johnny Murtagh - was prominent for most of the seven-furlong trip and stayed on to finish third, three-quarters of a length adrift of the market leader.
Meanwhile another Wachman runner Brooklyn Rose made eyecatching late progress to take fourth.
Fifth and another one to note was the John Oxx-trained Emiyna, who was travelling best of all early in the straight before weakening in the final furlong of a promising debut.