The final time was 2:05.71.
Back on top of her game, favored Alexander Goldrun rallied from last to first down the center of the straight to capture the Audi Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) at The Curragh Saturday.The 9-4 choice was a most impressive winner for trainer Jim Bolger and jockey Kevin Manning, registering a 1 1/2-length victory over Sir Michael Stoute's Red Red Bloom while carrying 133 pounds over the 1 1/4-mile course, which was rated good to firm. Germany's Elopa was a head farther back in third, and it was another head back to fourth-place finisher New Morning.The Irish-bred 4-year-old daughter of Gold Away, winner of the Prix de 'Opera (Fr-I) at Longchamp last fall and the Hong Kong Cup (HK-I) at Sha Tin in December, won for the first time in 2005. She ran sixth in the Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE-I) March 26 and third in the Singapore Airlines International Cup (Sng-I) at Kranji in her most recent outing May 15.Runner-up to Chorist in last year's Pretty Polly, Alexander Goldrun chased the ten-horse field in last for much of the journey after a sluggish start as New Morning set the pace for a mile. Alexander Goldrun kicked into gear for Manning at the head of the straight and was challenging the frontrunners with a quarter-mile to go. She took command in the final 100 yards."She is a very tough filly, and I think that was possibly the best performance of her career," Bolger told PA Sport. "To give them all a start and win going away was very impressive. She's a very smart filly, up with the best I've trained."She always tends to miss the break a bit – it's something we wish she wouldn't do, but we have just got to live with it."Red Bloom turned in a solid performance for jockey Johnny Murtagh, prompting the pace throughout and challenging for the lead with two furlongs to go while holding off Elopa for the runner-up spot. Elopa challenged late and had every opportunity.After New Morning came Hazarista (5th), Mona Lisa (6th), Dream to Dress (7th), Saoire (8th), Chelsea Rose (9th), and Noahs Ark (10th).