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Last Updated: 15/08/14 2:06pm
I Am Beautiful could run in the Lowther
I Am Beautiful could have her first start in Group Two company in Thursday's Pinsent Masons Lowther Stakes at York.
Trained by Aidan O'Brien, the daugher of Rip Van Winkle was last seen finishing sixth of six in the Group One Phoenix Stakes but could drop in grade and revert to racing against her own sex at the Ebor Festival.
She had run out a narrow winner of the Group Three Grangecon Stakes on her preceding start and is one of two entries for the Irish handler at the five-day stage.
I Am Beautiful could be joined in the line-up by Qualify who has failed to win in two starts to date but did finish third in a Group Three last time.
Cursory Glance, unbeaten winner of the Albany Stakes, is also among the 15 fillies to stand their ground.
Roger Varian's charge looked a smart performer in the making when lifting the six-furlong Group Three and could clash with another winner at Royal Ascot.
That is the Queen Mary Stakes hero Anthem Alexander. Edward Lynam's filly currently holds an entry in the Nunthorpe Stakes on Friday as does the David Evans-trained Patience Alexander. Both are owned by Noel O'Callaghan.
Tiggy Wiggy was a neck second to Anthem Alexander at the Royal meeting and has since trotted up by six lengths in the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury last month.
Tiggy Wiggy's trainer Richard Hannon also has Osaila, winner of the Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot last month. The runner-up that day, the James Given-trained Pastoral Girl, could renew rivalry.
The list of acceptors is completed by Bimbo, Lady Gemini, Publilia, Realtra, She's A Worldie, Sulaalaat and War Alert.