"We run Agincourt in the Oak Tree and it was a race we finished second in last year with Perfection who is a similar enough filly to Agincourt.
"The filly had a nightmare trip running at Ascot last time, drawn low and having nowhere to go and ran no race, so that is why we are getting her back out quick after not having a hard race last weekend.
"Drawn a little bit wide this time but that should give us some options and hopefully we can slot in and not get trapped around the bend and Ryan Moore can deliver a challenge up the middle of the straight late on.
"She is obviously a very talented filly but One Master is the big danger here over her best trip of seven furlongs but Agincourt is a classy filly and probably has as good as form as anything else in the field bar One Master.
"If we get a bit of luck in running and a clear passage through, we think she should be in the frame but One Master is the obvious one to beat."