Impressive Weatherbys Super Sprint winner Happy Romance could turn out again quickly in Sunday’s Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot.
Richard Hannon’s youngster, who also ran well in the Queen Mary, would be stepping up to six furlongs for the first time.
Aidan O’Brien has entered More Beautiful, who has missed a couple of engagements recently due to softening ground.
She was impressive on her debut, but disappointed as even-money favourite in the Queen Mary.
Clive Cox’s Isabella Giles is defending an unbeaten record, as is Mark Johnston’s Perfect Times who shone on debut at Kempton.
Fev Rover hit the bar at Newmarket earlier in the month, chasing home fellow Nick Bradley Racing-owned Dandalla in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes and she has a crack at Group Three level this time.
The six-furlong contest provides an interesting rematch though, with third-placed Santosha, fourth Time Scale and fifth Hala Hala Hala all in opposition again.
Santosha is handled by David Loughnane and he has a second string to his bow in Caroline Dale, who outran odds of 100-1 to finish third in the Queen Mary before winning a minor event at Windsor subsequently.
Marygate winner Sardinia Sunset also features among 15 contenders for Roger Varian.
Hannon’s Billesdon Brook could drop in class for the Ascot British EBF Valiant Fillies’ Stakes.
The dual Group One winner was beaten just a neck by Nazeef in the Falmouth Stakes last time out, with the reopposing Agincourt back in fifth on that occasion.
French Group Three winner Miss O Connor could return for William Haggas in the mile contest, with other notables including Iconic Choice, Festive Star and Stylistique.