A host of previous winners are among 18 possibles in the Stellar Group Lily Agnes Conditions Stakes at Chester.
In traditionally the first decent two-year-old race of the season, Richard Fahey’s Brocklesby winner Show Me Show Me will aim to confirm the impression he made at Doncaster.
Richard Hannon’s Temple Of Heaven was impressive at Nottingham on his first outing – and along with Tom Dascombe’s Iva Reflection and Archie Watson’s dual winner Electric Ladyland, is also defending an unbeaten record on Wednesday.
Other previous winners in the frame include Fahey’s Kidda, George Scott’s Chattanooga Boy, David Evans’ Chasanda and Mark Johnston’s Alminoor.
Aidan O’Brien has some interesting entries elsewhere on the card – especially in the shape of Maybe’s brother Barbados, second on his return to action this year.
The Derby entry is one of several in the frame for the Sportpesa Maiden Stakes for Ballydoyle – with Globe Theatre, Il Paradiso, Kangaroo Valley, King Pellinor and Lancaster House all entered.
John Gosden has put in the unraced Swift Wing, closely related to Eagle Top and Wings Of Desire