Gold Top steps up in distance after a debut over the minimum trip at Leicester and is the only one with racecourse experience. She should go well with Richard Hughes preferring her to stablemates Autumn Sunrise and Angelterre. A newcomer won this last year when Charlie Hills' sent out subsequent Irish 1000 Guineas winner Just The Judge. He's represented by Maysville this time round while Amber Isle is a sister to Group 2 winning stablemate Dundonnell. Amazing Maria and Spring Carnival are other to note but the speculative vote goes to 140,000gns filly PUSHKAR especially if the betting speaks in her favour.
Amazing Maria (IRE) Mastercraftsman filly out of Messias Da Silva.
Amber Isle (USA) First Defence filly out of Family.
Angleterre (FR) Pivotal filly out of Ailette.
Autumn Sunrise (IRE) Camacho filly out of Convenience.
Gold Top (IRE) 11-4 (9-0) Slowly into stride, soon pushed along in rear, ridden 2f out, headway and switched right approaching final furlong, kept on, nearest finish, 4th of 8, 4 1/2l behind Kaiulani (9-0) at Leicester 5f 2yo stks (5) gd in May.
Grevillea (IRE) Admiralofthefleet filly out of Louve Heureuse.
Hala Hala (IRE) Invincible Spirit filly out of Galistic.
Maysville Lawman filly out of Morality.
Miss Tweedy Sleeping Indian filly out of Ile Royale.
Nyanza Dai Jin filly out of Nouvelle Fortune.
Peacemaker (IRE) High Chaparral filly out of Sauterne.
Pushkar Danehill Dancer filly out of Mail The Desert.
Redinha Dansili filly out of So Squally.
Spring Carnival (USA) Bernardini filly out of Shesabullwinkle.
Starlight Princess (IRE) Mastercraftsman filly out of Definitely Royal.
Ultraviolet (IRE) Tamayuz filly out of Aphorism.