Bahamian Art was a cheap purchase but was sent off favourite on her debut at Beverley and showed good speed until weakening inside the final furlong. She'll know more here but any improvement on El Che's debut third at Newmarket should make her tough to beat. Lady Desire is a half-sister to a winning sprinter and cost 27,000 euros and she's more speedily bred than Indian Keys. MOVING MELODY is by the speedy Equiano and has a sprinter's pedigree. Richard Fahey's newcomer can make a winning start in what looks a competitive maiden.
Bahamian Art 11-10fav (8-8) Led, ridden and headed inside final furlong, soon weakened, 5th of 12, 6l behind Buccaneers Vault (9-1) at Beverley 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gd.
Cabbies Lou Sakhee's Secret filly out of Regal Run.
Celestial Dancer Dr Fong filly out of Rabeera.
El Che 40-1 (8-11) Mid-division, headway halfway, ridden and every chance over 1f out, led entering final furlong, soon hung left, headed near finish, 3rd of 16, hd behind Spirit Of Xian (9-0) at Newmarket 5f 2yo stks (4) gd.
Indian Keys Sleeping Indian filly out of Newkeylets.
Lady Desire (IRE) Lookin At Lucky filly out of Princess Desire.
Moving Melody Equiano filly out of Luxuria.