Brian Ellison enjoyed success as his juvenile colt Orewa ploughed a lone furrow up the stands rail to win the valuable Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes over six furlongs at the Curragh.
A giant field of 30 juveniles lined up for this valuable contest.
Madam Prancelot broke well with Letmestopyouthere and Little Nosegay towards the centre.
Sweet Zain and Jollydee ran well up with the pace, but Little Nosegay and Rory Cleary pulled five or six lengths clear at halfway.
Racing to the two furlong pole however, Little Nosegay was joined by Diable D’or.
Diable D’Or went on but was soon swallowed up by a mass of horses and it was Orewa and Chris Hayes who emerged against the stands rails.
Inside the final furlong Orewa, racing on his own, pulled a couple of lengths clear, with Medicine Jack, racing to the far side, finishing late to claim second, ahead of Wick Powell down the centre of the track.
Orewa, a son of Helmet, had been something of a Beverley specialist, winning his first two starts there and adding a third victory on his most recent start in late April.