Richard Hannon's yard has produced four of the last six winners of this maiden, including the last two, and is mob-handed this year. Richard Hughes partners the Acclamation filly Paint The Star in preference to Jimmy's Girl and Papier so it's safe to assume she's the stable pick. She's a half-sister to three winners, though none of them were sprinters. ZEB UN NISA has a speedier pedigree and her sibling Ashamaly won as a two-year-old. Roger Charlton's filly can make a winning debut as none of those with experience look anything special. Al Fareej, another Iffraaj filly, may be best of the rest.
Accipiter Showcasing filly out of Mexican Hawk.
Al Fareej (IRE) Iffraaj filly out of Shining Hour.
Arabian Queen (IRE) 6-1 (9-0) Chased leaders on outside, weakened well over 1f out, 10th of 11, 12l behind Dangerous Moonlite (9-0) at Ascot 5f 2yo stks (4) gd.
Jimmy's Girl (IRE) Equiano filly out of Scottish Exile.
No One Knows 9-2 (8-9) Chased leaders, ridden over 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, no extra towards finish, 4th of 8, 1 1/2l behind Ko Cache (8-9) at Newcastle 5f 2yo nov stk (4) gf in Apr.
Now Say Boooom 66-1 (9-0) Dwelt and went left start, in rear, ridden over 1f out, never dangerous, last of 7, 11l behind Merdon Castle (9-5) at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn stks (5) pol.
Paint The Star (IRE) Acclamation filly out of Art Work.
Papier Paco Boy filly out of Angus Newz.
Rasha (IRE) 7-2 (9-0) Tracked leaders, ridden over 1f out, soon weakened, 6th of 7, 9l behind Merdon Castle (9-5) at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn stks (5) pol.
Surrey Pink (FR) Kyllachy filly out of Idle Tears.
Zeb Un Nisa Iffraaj filly out of Tullynally.