The first runner of the race is the four year old filly Cabaletta who poses the best form on offer in this race having chased home some superb runners during her career.
The grey won her debut as a juvenile back in October 2019 on heavy ground and was then saved for her three year old campaign.
Having showed some decent form at the start of last season, winning over 12f at Newbury in July, she then bumped into Enbihaar in the Group Two Lillie Langtry Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.
Over the same course and distance next time out she took on Subjectivist in the Group Three March Stakes and was again a long way second.
After that she dropped in trip for the British Champions Fillies & Mares at Ascot and was outclassed in the Group One event.
She returned this season at York in the Group Two Middleton Fillies' Stakes over 1m2f and was a fair third, looking to need further and overall the run for fitness.
Now dropped into a weaker race and back up in trip, she could be tough to beat if handling the soft ground.