Ace Spanish trainer Mauricio Delcher&#45;Sanchez scored a memorable victory for his homeland at Maisons&#45;Laffitte on Sunday as Irish Field landed the Group 2, $168,000, Prix Robert Papin for 2&#45;year&#45;olds. An Irish&#45;bred son of Dubawi, Irish Field rallied to lead under Christophe Soumillon at the three&#45;sixteenths pole and stayed on to defeat Broox by a length and a half.Approve, winner of the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes, just missed second, a short head behind Broox, while Wizz Kid, winner of the listed Prix Yacowlef, was fourth, beaten 1 3/4 lengths for all the money in just her second start. The time for the straight 5 1/2 furlongs was 1:05.90 on good to soft ground.The 6.40&#45;1 Irish Field had won twice in Madrid before finishing a nose second to Keratiya in the five&#45;furlong, Group 3 Prix du Bois. Delcher&#45;Sanchez, who trained Equiano to win the Group 1 King&rsquo;s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot two years ago, said that Irish Field would travel next to York for the six&#45;furlong, Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes on August 18.The Aga Khan&rsquo;s lightly raced Shimraan, a son of Rainbow Quest trained by Alain de Royer&#45;Dupre, came from last to first to take the Group 2, $517,000 Prix Eugene Adam on Maison&#45;Laffitte&rsquo;s straight 10&#45;furlong course. A maiden winner and listed place going 12 furlongs in his first two starts, the 3.70&#45;1 Shimraan led at the furlong marker and held gamely to win by a neck over Shamalgan, who is trained in the Czech Republic by Arslangirey Shavujev. Ridden by Gerald Mosse, Shimraan was timed in 2:06.20.