The opportunity for the three-year-old fillies to shine as well as the runners-up from the Irish and English Guineas, Found and Lucida, are both anticipated among the list of line-up. Jean-Claude Rouget, a record-breaking instructor from the French provinces, could beat all of them both using the Aga Khan’s impressive Ervedya.
- Arabian Queen - 20/1 (Trainer D Elsworth / Jockey S De Sousa): Appeared to get run of competition when showing a great deal enhanced form at Epsom. This is harder.
- Ervedya - 3/1 (instructor J C Rouget / Jockey C Soumillon): indicates regularly high quality type and exhibited good turn of base to win French Guineas.
- Discovered - 7/4 (instructor A P O’Brien / Jockey R Moore): Has taken time to come to herself, but Irish Guineas second alone gives the woman solid statements.
- Irish Rookie - 12/1 (Trainer M Meade / Jockey D Sweeney): difficult filly; features place statements on good second in French Guineas.
- Local Time - 33/1 (Trainer S Bin Suroor / Jockey W Buick): well-beaten in Guineas at Newmarket and even more required here.
- Lucida - 3/1 (instructor J Bolger / Jockey K Manning): Runner-up whenever favourite in Newmarket Guineas; stiffer mile right here should match.
- Miss Temple City - 66/1 (instructor H movement / Jockey J Velazquez): US filly who has a bit to locate, having two times been beaten in Grade 3 events.
- Sperry - 12/1 (instructor J Gosden / Jockey J Doyle): Improving; well-ridden by Doyle to win at York last time but further development required.
- Yasmeen - 14/1 (instructor J Gosden / Jockey P Hanagan) Narrowly outdone by Sperry at York having made the flowing; lightly-raced but must find plenty.
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