The Group Three has attracted a big field of 17, with James Fanshawe’s Dream Ahead filly heading the market.
“She has done nothing but progress all season,” said Fanshawe.
“We’re trying to take it step-by-step. She’s a strong and a powerful filly, but she’s not the biggest.
“You’re only going to learn on the racecourse how good she really is because at home she never actually shows you a great deal. She’s pretty relaxed about things.
“But saying that, at the two-furlong pole at Salisbury she really did go and quicken up well there, so I think she’s got a good turn of foot. Will that be effective as she goes up in grade? Well, we’ll see.
“At Salisbury she was really tough and probably took it up soon enough – she was in front a long time up the hill. Hopefully at York she can take her time a bit more.”