Mehmas, Europe's leading first-crop sire, remains unstoppable with another two winners coming his way on Friday.
First up was Queens Carriage, who obliged in the 6f maiden at Dundalk on Friday. Trained by Kevin Thomas Coleman, she won in authoritative style by a length-and-a-quarter from Lay It Out.
The filly was bred by Old Carhue Stud out of Mimiteh, a winning Maria's Mon half-sister to Cheveley Park Stakes heroine Rosdhu Queen. She was a 16,000 euros yearling purchase by Slieve Brook House Stud at the Goffs Sportsmans Sale.
Just minutes later, she was joined on the winning tally by Copinet, who justified favouritism at Wolverhampton to win in impressive stye by four lengths on only her second start for James Ferguson.
Copinet was bred by Fernham Farm and Plumton Hall Stud out of Dominatrix, a Whipper relation to former Ballymacoll stars Golan and Tartan Bearer.
With that double in the bag, Mehmas now boasts 47 winners from his first crop.