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Last Updated: 04/09/13 5:54pm
Lady Cecil: Trains Joyeuse
Frankel's half-sister Joyeuse makes an eagerly-anticipated first appearance since Royal Ascot in the EBF Stallions & Country Gentlemen's Association Dick Poole Fillies' Stakes.
By Oasis Dream, rather than Galileo, but trained by the late Sir Henry Cecil and now his widow Lady Jane, the latest offspring of Kind made a winning debut at Lingfield in May.
Joyeuse finished third in the Albany Stakes and the form looks increasingly respectable, with runner-up Sandiva graduating to Group honours at Deauville and winner Kiyoshi finishing right in the mix in Sunday's Moyglare Stud Stakes.
The event was landed in 2008 by subsequent Cheveley Park Stakes star Serious Attitude, while last year Winning Express went on to finish second in the Newmarket Group One.
Joyeuse holds an entry in that event and Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to owner Khalid Abdullah, said: "She has had some time off since Ascot and has strengthened up and developed well.
"As she hasn't had a run for a while she might be a little rusty but everyone seems pleased with her at home."
Charlie Appleby's Wedding Ring was just a couple of places behind Joyeuse at Ascot and went on to be third in the Sweet Solera at Newmarket.
Lilbourne Lass is the most experienced filly in the field and has won three minor races from seven starts to date.
She was also second in the Newbury Super Sprint but filled that same place when a hot favourite in a conditions event at Chester last time.
Trainer Richard Hannon told his website:"Lilbourne Lass could have plenty on her plate, but the track will suit her better than Chester, where she was second last Saturday.
"She is a decent filly who is not short of pace, but she gets the six furlongs, too, so we hope that she will run well."
John Gosden's Nottingham maiden winner Dorothy B, Lamar and the Lowther Stakes fifth Alutiq complete the sextet.