It may be obvious to suggest that Aidan O'Brien is worth following at meetings like this on his home soil but the Ballydoyle maestro has two nice runners that we like the look of.
The first is Precious Moments in the opener who looks the horse to beat dropping down in class.
Last time out he was outclassed in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh but now back into a much easier race and also down in trip he has to be a front runner in the contest.
Ran to a good standard on his only run with cut in the ground and may appreciate it even softer and on his two runs over course and distance he has not finished out of the placings.
The other runner follows up in the next race of the day and Tango is a very exciting two year old for the master Ballydoyle trainer with the filly putting in a career best performance last time out when a smart fourth in the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes.
That is strong form heading back down to a Listed race and if handling the soft ground looks the horse to beat at a course she handles fairly well.