Paradise Isle landed the odds at Pontefract last time out and now she knows how to win, a follow up looks on the cards at the expense of Here to me and Urban Rose. Chris Wall's filly fully deserved that success after finishing runner up in her first three races, and the style of that facile victory suggests that she could now run up a sequence. Here to me contested a valuable sales race at Ascot last time and wasn't disgraced, going down by 13 lengths to the top class Nyramba, she will find this opposition a lot less formidable. Having landed a similar race to this at Warwick back on the eigth of September, Urban Rose is more than capable of taking a hand in the finish. Rod Millman's La Vie Est Belle, who ran a cracker in a valuable Doncaster nursery last time, is another to consider in a tricky opener, but for the selection it has to be Paradise Isle.