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Last Updated: May 21, 2011 6:53pm
The O'Brien family celebrate a memorable victory
Joseph O'Brien rode his first Classic winner when Roderic O'Connor made all to land the Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh.
The apprentice gave the 7-2 winner, trained by his father, Aidan, a fantastic ride and his partner kept pulling out more as his rivals tried to overtake him.
Dubawi Gold, the 7-4 favourite, came from last place to take second, but the Newmarket 2000 Guineas runner-up could never quite get to the winner.
The O'Brien-trained Oracle (25-1) was third.
"It was fantastic for Aidan to see his son on a Classic winner.
"He gave him a great ride, he was there on merit and we're all over the moon about it.
"He has the English Derby and the French Derby as options, but I'm sure Aidan will work it out."
O'Brien jnr added: "He jumped smartly and travelled nicely.He's very genuine and stayed on to the line.
"The ground was very fast at Newmarket but he handled the track today very well.
"The stiff mile suited him well - I didn't see another horse all the way."
He said: "We're delighted with Joseph - he got the pace right.
"He gave him a lovely ride."
Of Roderic O'Connor, the Ballydoyle handler added: "The plan was either to go to Epsom or France, and he's a strong possible for either."
Sky Bet cut the winner to 20s from 25s for the Investec Derby.