Thursday’s Group Two DFS Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster has attracted 11 entries, with John Gosden’s Enbihaar the star name.
The Sheikh Hamdan-owned filly has won twice at the same level already, with a dominant display at Goodwood still fresh in the memory.
Dame Malliot is progressing at a rate of knots for Ed Vaughan, however, and looks set to provide stern opposition.
Owned by Anthony Oppenheimer, the daughter of Champs Elysees followed up an impressive Newmarket Listed win by taking a French Group Two last time out.
Manuela De Vega, Star Terms, South Sea Pearl and Pilaster are also in the mix.
Tom Dascombe’s Boomer, winner of the Prestige Stakes at Goodwood, is among 12 entries for the William Hill May Hill Stakes.
The filly has won two of her three outings to date and is set to take the logical step up to Group Two company.
Charlie Appleby’s course and distance winner Alpen Rose, Richard Hannon’s Cloak Of Spirits and Mark Johnston’s West End Girl, the Sweet Solera winner, also look major players.
Aidan O’Brien has a strong contingent to pick from, with the beautifully-bred Passion who could be joined by Love.
Passion is a sister to Irish Derby and St Leger winner Capri and won her second start in fine fashion.
Love won the Group Three Silver Flash Stakes, although she was no match for Alpine Star last time out.