Investec Oaks winner Forever Together is set to take on older horses for the first time in the Juddmonte Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
A maiden heading to Epsom, Aidan O’Brien’s charge made no mistake in the mile-and-a-half fillies’ Classic, beating Wild Illusion by four and a half lengths.
O’Brien, who has a host of Group One winners to choose from among his eight of the 12 in the Group One affair, said: “We are thinking of running Forever Together and Bye Bye Baby in the Pretty Polly.”
John Gosden’s Coronet looks the main danger to a Ballydoyle win, as she returned to action with a stylish display in the Middleton Stakes at York.
Jim Bolger’s Turret Rocks, William Haggas’ Urban Fox and Fozzy Stack’s Harvestfortheworld are other contenders.