The Lady O’Reilly-owned filly hacked up under her talented pilot to take the Group One over a mile and three-quarters in impressive fashion. Ahzeemah, the 7-2 favourite, finished second, while Saddler’s Rock was third. Weld, who was winning the Irish St Leger for a seventh time, said: “She ran a good race here in the Trial, and I knew she’d improve from that. “I’ll have to talk to Lady O’Reilly about whether she will be retired for the year but I will certainly advise to keep her in training as a five-year-old. She will definitely make a Cup mare next year. “Today was the day we really trained her for. She is a very straightforward filly, and a model of consistency. “She won the Cesarewitch here last year and stays very well. The plan was to make use of her stamina.” Press Association Voleuse De Coeurs, trained by Dermot Weld and ridden by Chris Hayes, easily won the GAIN Irish St. Leger at the Curragh.