Shewalksinbeauty, Mini Bon Bon and Sir Lunchalott make the shortlist here, with Shewalksin beauty the selection. Sir Lunchalott does have the benefit of experience, having not been disgraced on his debut at Doncaster. Unfancied that day, he will be more streetwise today. Kyllachy has had a good start as a sire, and the early appearance of Alan Bailey's newcomer looks significant. She is bred to be speedy, and a market move for the newcomer should be heeded. Shewalksinbeauty hails from the Richard Hannon camp, and with the vast armoury at his disposal, it is interesting that the trainer has nominated this Byron filly for such an early target. Sure to know her job, and with Ryan Moore aboard, Shewalksinbeauty can live up her title.
Celtic Anu Marju colt out of Shohrah.
Sir Lunchalott 40-1 (8-11) Behind, soon pushed along, never dangerous, 9th of 14, 9l behind Chiswick Bey (8-11) at Doncaster 5f 2yo stks (4) sft in Mar.
Fit For Purpose (IRE) Bahri filly out of Another Rainbow.
Shewalksinbeauty (IRE) Byron filly out of Election Special.
Crazy In Love 14-1 (8-2) Led 1f, tracked leaders, ridden halfway, weakened over 1f out, 6th of 10, 7l behind Primo Lady (8-2) at Lingfield 5f 2yo mdn fll auc stks (6) pol in Mar.
Hannah Cann Indesatchel filly out of Bullion.
Mini Bon Bon Kyllachy filly out of Dahshah.
Stacey Iceman filly out of Candescent.
Stunning In Purple (IRE) Kheleyf filly out of Thank One's Stars.
Tessa (IRE) 80-1 (8-2) In rear, never a factor, last of 10, 13l behind Primo Lady (8-2) at Lingfield 5f 2yo mdn fll auc stks (6) pol in Mar.