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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
16 Cracking Lass (IRE)
5 b m Whipper (USA) - Lady From Limerick (IRE) (Rainbows For Life (CAN))
670244- Mr Mel Roberts And Ms Nicola Meese
R A Fahey
She has won three times from 7f to 1m 4f on ground varying from good to heavy. Finished 7l behind Poet when fourth of 5 at 7-1 on her latest outing at Ayr over 1m 2f (soft) in September last year.
24 Aniseed (IRE)
3 gr f Dalakhani (IRE) - Anna Karenina (USA) (Atticus (USA))
764-351 M J & L A Taylor
W J Haggas
Won on her latest outing when 4-5fav at Lingfield over 1m 4f last month, beating Caphira by 1 1/4l.
32 Bite Of The Cherry (GB)
3 ro f Dalakhani (IRE) - Bianca Nera (Salse (USA))
7721 Mr R L W Frisby
M L W Bell
A winner at 5-1 at Newmarket over 1m 5f (good to firm) on her latest outing last month, beating Aazif by 5l.
43 Dane Street (USA)
3 b f Street Cry (IRE) - Daneleta (IRE) (Danehill (USA))
6-317 Mrs Sonia Rogers
Mrs J Harrington
A winner at 1m 2f on good to firm ground. Beaten 20l behind Caponata at 13-2 when seventh of 10 on her latest outing at Naas over 1m 2f (yielding) in June.
57 Firdaws (USA)
3 b f Mr Greeley (USA) - Eswarah (Unfuwain (USA))
213-75 Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum
A winner at 7f on good ground. Finished 8l behind Barefoot Lady when fifth of 8 at 9-1 on her latest outing here over 1m 2f (good to firm) last month.
65 Pale Mimosa (IRE)
3 b f Singspiel (IRE) - Katch Me Katie (Danehill (USA))
4-1 Dr R Lambe
P J Smullen
D K Weld
Won on her latest outing when 4-6fav at Galway over 1m 4f (soft) earlier this month, beating Buckingham Gate by 15l.
71 Sequence (IRE)
3 b f Selkirk (USA) - Sinntara (IRE) (Lashkari)
8-6211 The Queen
R L Moore
Sir Michael Stoute
Successful at 1m 2f and 1m 4f on good to firm ground. Won on her latest outing when 9-4fav at Newmarket over 1m 2f (good to firm) earlier this month, beating Odin by 9l. Has also won at Thirsk this season.
SEQUENCE is upped to Listed grade for the first time but the Selkirk filly looked light years ahead of the handicapper when routing her Newmarket rivals recently on similar ground and is fully deserving of this quest for black type. The Royal filly should have considerable progress to deliver after just five career starts. Firdaws has been disappointing this term but should be capable of better based on her talented juvenile efforts whilst Pale Mimosa, an Irish raider, represents a yard who attack English targets with selective precision.