On Wednesday Irish trainer Gavin Cromwell sends just one runner over to England for the second day of the Royal Ascot meeting and when sending his runners across the Irish Sea he has seen huge success, which is why it is worth taking notice of.
The shrewd handler has a strike rate of 22% when bringing his horses over to England from Ireland landing two winners from his six runners.
He fields Quick Suzy in the Group Two Queen Mary Stakes, with connections hoping she is her namesake in the five furlong event.
The filly has been seen three times to date, finishing second on debut over 5f at Tipperary and then when upped to 6f got off the mark at The Curragh.
She was tried again at 6f last time out in a decent Group Three at Naas and finished a length second being a nice type for Fozzy Stack.
The drop to 5f should suit and if taking to the quicker ground she is a lively each way player.