Main books Royal Ascot ticket
Last Updated: 19/05/17 3:22pm
Main Desire followed up her debut success by taking the Listed honours in the Langleys Solicitors British EBF Marygate Fillies' Stakes at York.
After breaking the course record at Nottingham, the Michael Bell-trained yougnster encountered much slower conditions this time but handled the ground well enough to retain her unbeaten record.
The field were in two groups with Mount Victoria and Neola leading the far side, with Main Desire fairly close up on the stands side.
Main Desire (4-1 joint-favourite) quickened the best to land the spoils by half a length from her market rival Neola in the hands of Danny Tudhope. Mistress Of Venice was a length and a quarter back in third.
Bell said: "She's gone really well at home since Nottingham. Prior to that run, she'd looked like a natural from day one and she's a rocket.
"She's worked very nicely on the watered gallop at Newmarket. We were worried about the ground, but she's coped with it.
"It will either be the Queen Mary or the Albany at Royal Ascot. My gut feeling is the Queen Mary."
He went on: "I've not had a filly like her since Margot Did, she'd be the closest. From the very first day, she's looked exciting.
"We won't duck away from soft ground in future, but she's definitely better on faster ground.
"I thought the second would be the danger looking at her in the paddock, she looked a monster.
"That's the first time she's been off the bridle in her life as she's done everything so easy up to now.
"I'm lucky Mr (Steve) Parkin sent her to me as he has a few trainers. We'll fancy our chances (at Royal Ascot) unless Wesley Ward brings another monster over."
Tomyris produced a neat turn of foot in the difficult conditions to land the Longines Irish Champions Weekend Fillies' Stakes.
Leading a furlong out under Andrea Atzeni, the Roger Varian-trained filly held the late challenge of On Her Toes by three-quarters of a length.
Sibilance, who made most of the running with Dancing Breeze, stuck on for third place behind the 5-1 winner.
Varian said: "I liked her at Newmarket when she won, but I wasn't sure how she'd handle the ground today.
"Andrea said she didn't love it and she'd be better on a bit of good ground. Andrea also said he thought he hit the front too soon but because of the ground, once he had her momentum up he didn't want to disappoint her.
"What he felt was pleasing was that when the second came at her she picked up again, so she was probably idling.
"She's in the Coronation Stakes and we'll have a chat, but I'd have thought it would be jolly tempting.
"She's an exciting filly for the rest of the year."