Winner of the Fred Darling Stakes earlier in the season, the Mick Channon-trained Dan’s Dream looked to have made a race-winning move over a furlong out, but One Master (9-2) proved a tough nut to crack.
In the end, half a length was the margin of victory for William Haggas’ four-year-old, who had been knocking on the door at this Group Three level, finishing fourth at Glorious Goodwood and third on her visit to the Curragh in June.
She was ridden by Colm O’Donoghue, who said: “I spoke to James Doyle and Ryan Moore and they were very complimentary of the filly.
“They said to ride her cold as she’d finish off the race good and ground and trip wasn’t a problem.
“She hit the line strong.”