Albadri, a shock 100-1 winner on his racecourse bow, features among a field of nine for Monday’s EBF Ripon Champion Two Yrs Old Trophy Stakes at the Yorkshire venue.
Jane Chapple-Hyam’s charge shocked his rivals at Windsor when running out a cosy two-and-three-quarter-length winner and takes the step up to Listed level now.
Bahrain Pride, who is trained by Simon and Ed Crisford, is another contender to have won his only start to date, scoring on the same Windsor card as Albadri.
The Flying Ginger also won on his debut at Chester and he represents Roger Fell.
Nastase made it third time lucky for Mick Channon recently and he lines up in the six-furlong heat with Richard Fahey fielding Internationaldream, who won the Hornblower over this course and distance on his latest outing.
Joseph Parr’s Roman Dynasty steps back in class after finishing unplaced in the Gimcrack, while Queen Of Rio was second at Listed level at York on her last run.
Blowing Wind from Michael Dods’ yard and the Karl Burke-trained Terrichang complete the line up.