It is a little disappointing that Lord of the Alps has not managed to get his head in front yet but he travelled supremely well on handicap debut at Beverley before weakening close to home and finishing second.
This slightly less testing track should suit and he is fancied to shed his maiden tag here.
Shehreen finished third behind Nurse Brabara on debut and that one was beaten a short head in a listed event on Champions Day in Leopardstown on Saturday.
Normal progression from debut run will make her very hard to beat for a yard in form, having landed a big double at the Curragh on Sunday.
On his last run in July, Natty Night finished second to subsequent St Leger winner Logician who was rated 90 that day and will be bordering on 120 after his demolition job on Saturday.
While Natty Night was never able to put a glove on Logician in that race at Newbury, he ran well and other horses have franked the form.
He should prove very hard to beat if ready to rock after a short break.