Only seen twice as a 2 year old for Sir Michael Stoute, Noon Star got off the mark at the second time of asking as a juvenile over a mile at Nottingham last Autumn.
Reappearing in a low grade novice affair at the end of April this year, she defied her penalty with ease and took to 10 furlongs really well to record her second victory.
Clearly improving she was sent off a short priced favourite for the Group 3 Musidora Stakes at York last month. She’ll probably count herself as very unlucky as she bumped into subsequent Oaks winner Snowfall.
She did manage to get within 4 lengths of the winner who took the fillies’ classic by an eye-watering 16 lengths.
Noon Star missed the Oaks with a blood disorder but is likely to relish going up in trip to 12 furlongs for the first time.
Her form certainly sets the standard.