Night of Thunder half-sister to 6f-1m winner Nick Vedder. Travelled strongly and quickened well to land a maiden at Nottingham (1m½f, soft) last month by 1¼ lengths from Rainbow Jet, and sure to go well again despite a penalty.
Camelot filly out of a maiden half-sister to smart 1¼m handicapper Drumfire. One of two from yard which is 3-20 with juvenile debutants since August. Market useful in separating the pair.
Out of a half-sister to very smart 2-y-o 1m winner Crowded House, and shaped well when third of 9 to Raaeq in a 7f novice at Newbury in September. Likely to progress, and leading claims if doing so.
Ivawood half-sister to smart 1m-1¼m winner High Twelve and useful 5f winner Sugar Free. Appeal on pedigree, but twice sold cheaply, which raises obvious concerns.
Farhh filly. Closely related to 1m winner Harry Bosch and half-sister to 2-y-o 7f winner Vinnie Jones. Cost 32,000 gns earlier this year, and worth noting in the market, for all yard is just 1-20 with newcomers in the past five weeks.
Homebred by New Approach out of the unbeaten 1¼m Listed winner French Dressing. Clearly of interest on pedigree, albeit leading yard has quite a modest record (1-18 since 2016) with its 2-y-o newcomers at this venue.
Dansili half-sister to useful 2-y-o 6f (Legacy Stakes)-7f winner Gobi Desert, from family of top French stayer Coastal Path. Pedigree suggests further will suit in due course.
650,000 gns Frankel half-sister to smart 7f-1m winner Aljazzi and 1m winner Nawar. Ticks the right boxes ahead of debut for leading stable, and on the shortlist accordingly.
Out of Musidora and Champion Fillies & Mares Stakes winner Madame Chiang, and shaped with promise when 2¾L fourth of 13 to Trefoil in a well-contested 1m novice at Newmarket a fortnight ago. Merits serious respect on that showing.
Golden Horn filly out of a mare who has produced various winners - mostly in Italy - including five-time winner Biz The Nurse. Badly in need of experience when down the field at Newcastle first time, and will improve in time.
By Dubawi out of Falmouth Stakes winner Timepiece. One of two well-bred fillies for respected yard in this contest, and market ought to be informative. Well drawn.
By Muhaarar out of an unraced Galileo mare. Yard also represented by Ever Amber, and betting should guide as to which if either is most fancied.
Homebred full-sister to 1m winner Arendelle out of a well-related mare. Yard not associated with juvenile success, and would appear a long-term prospect given pedigree.
Dubai Love (15/8), Oriental Mystique (4/1), Declared Interest (9/2), Majestic Noor (9/2), Tacitly (14/1), Loulou Bellini (14/1), French Polish (20/1), Dancing Approach (20/1), Wand (28/1), Fiveandtwenty (33/1), Presidential Sweet (50/1), Villanelle (66/1), Josephine Bettany (66/1), Ever Amber (100/1)