Classic winner Galileo Gold added another winner to his burgeoning stud record on Monday thanks to the fluent success of Oscula for George Boughey at Brighton.
Backing up quickly following a promising third on debut at Kempton Park last week, Oscula was always in control and strode clear for a length-and-three-quarters success.
Oscula was bred by Padraig Williams out of Bisous Y Besos, a Big Bad Bob half-sister to the Listed-placed Coeur d'Amour. She was purchased as a yearling by Michael Aguiar and races for Nick Bradley Racing 20 and George Boughey.
Galileo Gold won five races including the Group 2 Vintage Stakes as a two-year-old and the Group 1 2,000 Guineas and St. James's Palace Stakes at three.
He was the leading first-crop sire by average at the recent Goffs UK Breeze-Up Sale in Doncaster on a figure of £68,875 - his stock included a colt out of York Express, for whom Armando Duarte went to a joint sale-topping £210,000 on behalf of Ling Bloodstock.
Galileo Gold stands for €5,000.