The horse that we think is the one to follow on day one of the Derby festival at Epsom Downs is the Aidan O'Brien trained Pink Dogwood in the feature Group 1 on Friday in the Epsom Oaks.
The three year old daughter of Camelot looks to to be the record breaking trainers best chance in the contest and currently holds claims at the top of the betting market.
She has raced five times in her career showing clear ability as a two year old at the back end of last season finishing second at the Curragh on her first two starts and then getting off the mark in a decent maiden at Gowran Park.
This season she has only raced once and now a three year old has matured a huge amount making her a bigger and stronger filly that has a serious chance to and her first Group 1.
Her seasonal debut on her first time over 1 mile 2f was brilliant, staying on well in a Listed contest at Navan to suggest this Classic race would be more than in her grasp.
She is stepping up to 1 mile 4f for the first time but the way she ran on her return suggested that the step up would suit her and her pedigree also backs this up.