The Prix de Diane always throws out some superb horses and this year we think that horse is going to be the John & Thady Gosden trained Nashwa.
Making her debut as a juvenile over seven furlongs at Newmarket she finished a fair third in a fillies' Novice Stakes and was put away for this season.
Sent to Haydock for her seasonal debut this term she bolted up by close to six lengths, really putting her name on the map and then next time out she backed that up at Newbury in a Listed Fillies' event over 10f.
All roads lead to the Oaks at Epsom and running a cracker again she finished a superb third behind Tuesday and stablemate Emily Upjohn.
Now tackling the French Oaks back at her preferred trip of 1m2f she looks to have a big chance holding some leading form.