The one to beat is clearly SECRET O'LIFE after her impressive maiden victory over a mile here earlier in the month. Others to consider are Blue Sky Venezuela and Feature Creature.
DALAL has been knocking hard on the door in recent starts and this appears to be an ideal opportunity for the filly to get off the mark. The shortlist is completed by Imani Izzi and One Classy Lady.
CODESEVENTYSEVEN can make amends for his narrow defeat here last weekend by beating Bunyan's Axe and Am Prepared to the victory this evening.
The ultra-consistent CACTUS COPY makes plenty of appeal here and it would be no surprise if he was to build on his recent run of form to land a first victory since 2017. A Dixie Twister has some smart form figures in the book, while Storm Temple Pilot brings some useful victories from the autumn to the table.
Summer Spice was back to his winning best here last time, with the respected Dizzy Gillespie back in third. However, preference on this occasion is for the hat-trick seeking MR CHAPLIN, who has been faultless so far in 2019.
R LUCKY DICE has finished second five times in a row since winning here in October and gets the nod to see off the consistent duo Tuesday's Rose and Jordy's Ready, with the latter making her first start for a new handler.
LOVE SICK KITTEN is a danger to all now eased in grade and makes some appeal on his preceding course third in January. Dazzling Prose and Alphadar can fight it out for the places.
LADY MUNNINGS is improving with experience and is taken to build on her C&D second last month and find the improvement needed to score. Princess Trina and New Rules could put up most resistance.
MO'S RIDE won nicely on his first career outing over C&D and looks capable of taking a big step forward both physically and mentally. Firm is considered along with Sweet Kayden.
SPECIAL COUNSEL faces a much easier assignment than that set over track and trip latest and, having won twice at this sort of level in recent times, she can be given another chance. Luz Estrella also drops in class and is respected, as is Ledecky, who has been running consistently well for a while now.
CHILLED MILK certainly wasn't winning out of turn over track and trip last month and with that confidence booster under her belt, she is fancied to complete the double. Reagan's Odyssey and Oscura might be left to fight out minor honours.
ENKIDU gets the tentative vote in a tricky finale. He is still relatively unexposed with only four runs under his belt and a gelding operation could help him bounce back from a disappointing effort last time. Our Boss performed well over 6f latest and should give another good account, while Black Pepper wouldn't be without a chance if putting his best foot forward.