Deserving and Qusoor have both shown enough to suggest that they can win races but they may have to settle for a minor role here as Laylati has an eye-catching pedigree and is taken to make a winning debut. The selection is trained by Michael Jarvis, who is more than capable of producing one to win first time out and it would come as no surprise if this daughter of Green Desert was good enough to score at the first time of asking. John Quinn's Fayr Sky makes limited appeal on her debut and of more interest among the newcomers may be Pat Haslam's American-bred Golda Seek, who should appreciate the fast ground. The William Haggas-trained Deserving showed promise on her Beverley debut when chasing home easy winner Tabaret and has to be respected along with John Dunlop's Qusoor, who drops to the minimum trip for the first time. Laylati makes plenty of appeal on her debut though and gets the vote.
Deserving 8-1 (8-9) Tracked winner, ridden over 1f out, stayed on same pace final furlong, 2nd of 10, 5l behind Tabaret (9-0) at Beverley 5f 2yo mdn (5) gf.
Fayr Sky (IRE) Fayruz filly out of 7f to 1m6f winner Dutosky.
Golda Seek (USA) Seeking The Gold filly out of 6f-7f winner Golightly.
Laylati (IRE) Green Desert filly, sister to 6f winner Dallaah.
Little Sparkler Stravinsky filly, half-sister to 5f winner Caldera Peak.
Qusoor (IRE) 9-4 (8-11) With leader, ridden over 2f out, led over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, no extra towards finish, 3rd of 9, 1 1/2l behind Lonely Ahead (8-11) at Doncaster 6f 2yo mdn fll (5) gf in Jun.
Silver Bank 50-1 (8-6) Always behind, 9th of 10, 15l behind Tabaret (9-0) at Beverley 5f 2yo mdn (5) gf.
Tequila Rose (IRE) 6-1 (8-9) Prominent, ridden halfway, soon weakend, 9th of 10, 17l behind King Orchisios (9-0) at Haydock 5f 2yo mdn (5) gd in Jun.