The Coolmore-based team have four entries here, two with Aidan O'Brien and the same number for David Wachman, who is also represented by Foolish Ways, a sister to two winners and a half-sister to another. However, all could struggle to cope with PLEASCACH, who makes a quick reappearance after an impressive debut in a Group 3 at the Curragh on Sunday won by I Am Beautiful. She missed the break completely that day but came home powerfully and it will take a good performance to beat her. Dermot Weld's Interlacing is closely related to several winners at around this trip so has to be of interest though the Coolmore battalions will all know their job with with Simply A Star having already produced a strong run in a course and distance maiden. Outstanding is a full sister to the high-class Magician and with a Moyglare entry she's definitely one to keep an eye on in the market.
Be Jazzy (IRE) Teofilo filly out of Sugar Mint.
Curvy Galileo filly out of Frappe.
Foolish Ways (IRE) Danehill Dancer filly out of Foolish Act.
Interlacing Oasis Dream filly out of Short Dance.
Legatissimo (IRE) Danehill Dancer filly out of Yummy Mummy.
Outstanding (IRE) Galileo filly out of Absolutelyfabulous.
Pleascach (IRE) 16-1 (9-0) Slowly into stride and off pace in last, ridden over 2f out, some progress into 9th 1f out, kept on without threatening final furlong, 4th of 11, 3l behind I Am Beautiful (9-0) at Curragh 6f 2yo fll Grp 3 (1) gf in Jun.
Simply A Star (IRE) 14-1 (9-0) Led and ran freely, challenged under pressure nder 2f out, headed 1f out, soon no impression on winner, kept on one pace, 2nd of 10, 4 1/2l behind Queen Nefertiti (9-0) at Leopardstown 7f 2yo fll mdn gd in Jun.