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Maybe: Stayed unbeaten with smooth Curragh win
Maybe retained her unbeaten record in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh and shortened as 1000 Guineas favourite.
The Aidan O'Brien-trained Galileo filly has gone from strength to strength this season, stepping up through the grades adding victories in the Silver Flash Stakes and Debutante Stakes to her Royal Ascot win in the Chesham.
She was settled in behind the pace, which was set by stablemate Soon, on the outside of market rival La Collina.
She was always travelling strongly under Joseph O'Brien and quickly opened up daylight between herself and the chasing pack.
Maybe idled in front but pulled out more when Fire Lily briefly threatened to lay down a challenge and she had one-and-three-quarter lengths in hand at the line.
Fire Lily followed up her second in the Lowther with another solid performance over the furlong longer trip.
Declan McDonogh never looked happy aboard Phoenix Stakes winner La Collina, scrubbing along from an early stage, and she deserves credit for sticking on for third, a position she held on to narrowly from Rubina and Princess Sinead.
O'Brien senior said: "I'm delighted with her. Joseph had ridden her the last twice and knew what he wanted to do.
"Everything went right, so I'm delighted. She's very uncomplicated and she has the gears.
"I suppose the option would be the French race (Prix Marcel Boussac) next, that's what we did with Misty For Me. She's progressing and loves her racing.
"With a filly with that class you have to think about it (1000 Guineas) but let's finish her two-year-old campaign first. Looking at her today you'd say a mile would be no problem."
Sky Bet, Betfred and William Hill make the winner 3-1 favourite from 4s for the QIPCO 1000 Guineas whilst Stan James go 5-1 from 7s for the Investec Oaks