Williams Haggas is in search of his first Epsom Oaks victory since 2011 and the antepost market signals he has two live chances.
Golden Horn filly Domino Darling is the biggest mover of the pair being shortened into 9/1 from 33/1.
Sporting the famous Oppenheimer colours, this promising youngster lowered the flags of a heavily backed, group entered Roger Varian filly on debut and 3rd, 5th and 6th have all come out and won since.
The manner in which she seen out the trip on heavy ground suggests the the 1m4f up the Epsom hill will suit so you certainly can’t rule her out at this stage.
Secondly, Born With Pride is as short as 11/1 from 20/1 and it isn’t hard to see why. This relation to Raheen House made all to win a listed on debut at Newmarket, beating a short-price Aidan O’Brien filly who had previously won by 7lengths at Thurles.
In a similar fashion to Domino Darling, she outlined her staying ability over 1m in testing conditions and looks very likely to get the Oaks trip.