JOHN DIVILLY: Kildare's passion play lays foundation for future

Latrobe, the outsider, nosed himself in front with two furlongs remaining in Saturday’s Irish Derby classic at The Curragh. He beat the unrelenting Rostropovich by half a length in the premier Flat race.

Kildare's David Hyland celebrates at the final whistle. Picture: Inpho

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