Centroid bids to build on his debut success when he lines up for the Naas Membership Race at the County Kildare track.
The son of Dansili, trained by Dermot Weld, made a good impression when winning a 10-runner maiden over a mile and a half at Leopardstown four weeks ago.
This is the next stage in his education as the half-brother of Enable steps up to a mile and a half.
“If there is a little ease in the ground I think he will enjoy that and we hope he’s an improving horse,” said Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager for owner Khalid Abdullah.
“It took a while to get him on the track but Dermot has been happy with him.
“It looks a competitive race.”
His four rivals include Boho, who made a successful racecourse bow at Roscommon in May but has absent since being down the field in the Gallinule Stakes at the Curragh later that month.
His trainer Jessica Harrington also saddles the six-year-old mare Holding Pattern, who was runner-up in a Listed novice hurdle at the Galway Festival.
The quintet is completed by Aidan O’Brien’s Saracen Knight, who has his first run of 2018, and the Ross O’Sullivan-trained Little Princess.