By Frankel out of Bolger's former brilliant racemare Alexander Goldrun, it is no surprise that the China Horse Club had to fork out €1.7m for her, although she has had to wait until the September of her three-year-old season for her first taste of competitive action.
Kevin Manning was never too far from the pace on the 6-1 shot and when she hit the front two furlongs out, she soon shrugged aside odds-on favourite Frima before coming home three lengths clear of Wooster.
Bolger said: "It's always nice to win with a filly as well bred as she is.
"She has been working well but we've had a few little hiccups along the way. She was a bit weak last year so we didn't run her, and a few times we had her ready to run this year and she had small little problems, nothing serious.
"She was declared to run a few times and she got rained off one day. She doesn't want soft ground but she handled that well today so she might handle a little ease in it.
"Hopefully she will go on now and be a stakes filly."