The Group Three Albany Stakes for fillies looks to be a classy race this term that at the ante-post stage looks to have some real value in it when it comes to one specific horse.
The Amo Racing owned Queen Olly looks to be an exceptional quick filly that could have the world at her feet costing €300,000.
A daughter of No Nay Never for David Loughnane, the two year old filly made her debut at York in May and went on to bolt up by close to four lengths over six furlongs.
Amo Racing horses are known for being fit on their first appearances but this looked a bit special and if improving again looks a perfect fit for this race.
10/1 is huge each way value.