The second race of the day is the Fillies Maiden over six furlongs and Allez Allez Allez for trainer Jessica Harrington looks the stand out juvenile in this field.
This two year old finished second on her debut over course and distance in September in an 18 runner field with the winner being a very experienced type.
That debut gives her something to build on and looks a huge improver if taking to the soft ground with her debut coming in good conditions.
It would not be a meeting at Ireland without some talented Aidan O'Brien horses in the mix and we fancy Mount Fuji forthe Ballydoyle maestro to go well here.
This two year old has been campaigned in some tough races this season racing in the Group One Phoenix Stakes and Group Two Round Tower Stakes over course and distance.
He was overwhelmed on both occasions but should use that experience to go well now down in Nursery Handicap company but he will need to be better than his recent soft ground runs.
The first of the Listed contests is the Garnet Stakes over a mile and another of O'Brien's runners on the day that we like is Frosty who on pedigree has to come good soon.
This three year old filly is a full sister to multiple Group One winner Winter but has not quite showed the same ability in her career but it looks only a matter of time.
She scored on her debut at Dundalk over seven furlongs but has since been tried over further and she has not quite stayed the trip and this drop back down to a mile should see her give a bold showing.
The second and last Listed race of the day at Naas is the Bluebell Stakes and this big fielded contest shows off some nice fillies and mares.
We have gone for the Aidan O'Brien trained Simply beautiful and this three year old daughter of Galileo has been very consistent this season placing in five of her last seven races.
He last two performances have seen her finished second and third in Group Three outings at Newmarket with the best of her runs coming over 1 mile 4f and if she handles the soft conditions she is a big player.
The final event of the day in Ireland is the Inns Of Court Handicap over 1 mile 2 furlongs and The Ger Lyons trained Karawaan has a huge form shout.
This previous course and distance winner won the Irish Lincoln at this track in similar conditions and if handling the step up in trip has to be respected.
He was a nice second at the Curragh last time out in a similar Handicap on soft ground and if coming on for that run again looks to be a leading contender.