INNER BEATY was one of the major takeouts from Guineas weekend at the Curragh and should take a bit of stopping coming out quickly after such an encouraging debut.
Mooneista is all speed and should be involved while Aloha Star is probably better than what she showed on debut.
Tar Heel has the benefit of a run, and a good one at that, under his belt. But, SWISS ACE could be a nice recruit and should be hard to beat on debut.
It might pay to be drawn high on this watered and rain-softened ground, with POLLY DOUGLAS capable of winning against a run-of-the-mill bunch of rivals, some of whom may not want it soft. Sestriere may be able to go one better.
DASH D’OR won this off a similar mark last season and, given the form of the stable, she could be worth supporting again.
Cool Vixen looks the pick of the Harrington pair and has her chance along with King Of Stars and Mokhalad.
The apparent contenders here are all drawn high so it may not have a major say. SUNDAY SWEET probably has the best form, but a stern challenge from Gin Blossom seems likely.
A maiden which may not take too much winning and perhaps polytrack performer TURBO COMMAND can get off the mark now reverting to turf.
Early Bright looks next best, while War Flight also has some sort of chance with Sage Advice a potential improver.
The one to follow from this field could be Overheer. In the expectation he needs more mileage, TASHMAN is preferred, but the draw has been less than kind.
Out of a Willie Mullins-trained premier handicap winner and by Make Believe, SILVERTOWN could improve to score this year. Perhaps today, at the chief expense of the exposed but consistent Waterville Lady.
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