Caravaggio masters the Curragh to land Phoenix

Caravaggio showed why he was 1/8 to win at the Curragh

Aidan O'Brien's Caravaggio cemented his position at the top of the juvenile tree with another imperious performance in the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh.

Bringing a three-race unbeaten record into the first Group One of the season for two-year-olds, the son of Scat Daddy was the red-hot 1-8 favourite to make it four from four.

The Coventry Stakes winner made his move at the two-furlong pole and Seamus Heffernan never had to get too serious to beat Courage Under Fire by an easy four lengths.

Paddy Power trimmed the winner to 5-4 favourite from 6-4 for the next season's Qipco 2000 Guineas.

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