Another successful afternoon on Friday for Mehmas was capped by the impressive debut of Tally-Ho graduate Beauty Inspire on debut at The Curragh.
The Ger Lyons-trained colt was strongly fancied to oblige and quickened clear under Colin Keane to win by almost four lengths and justify his early Group 1 Phoenix Stakes entry.
"He's a horse who showed us a nice level of ability at home," Colin Keane told RTV. "We didn't really ask him to jump, we wanted to get him to relax, travel well into it nicely and pick up, and in the end, he went away from them nicely.
"He's got a good mind and isn't short of boot. I think he could go further - 7f will be no problem."
Beauty Inspire was bred by Michael O'Mahony out of the winning Zamindar mare Darwell and was purchased by Tally-Ho Stud for £25,000 as a Tattersalls Ireland September yearling. He races for the Beauty Stable Partnership.
Beauty Inspire becomes the 15th 2yo winner of the year for Mehmas, who was also represented earlier in the day by Ye Gud Thing, winner of the 6f fillies novice at Yarmouth for Mohammed Moubarak. The filly was bred by John Donworth out of Stone Roses, a winning daughter of former Tally-Ho stallion Stone Roses.
Moments later, Mehmas was again on the mark courtesy of Marsabit's victory in the mile handicap at Doncaster. The 3yo was winning for the third time for Hughie Morrison.