The daughter of Zoffany took her uneaten rally to three when winning the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and this Group Two contest over six furlongs can be described as a re-run, with five of the first seven taking each other on again.
“Main Edition has done absolutely nothing wrong,” said Johnston.
“As the season progresses, so two-year-olds change but she is entitled to improve as much as any of her rivals and I think they have all got her to beat.”
“I have been pleased with the way La Pelosa has come out of her run at Royal Ascot,” Appleby told www.godolphin.com.
“She made all at Kempton on her debut, but I think she learned a lot last time out, when she stayed on well in the closing stages, and the race should have brought her on mentally.
“A repeat performance of her last start should see her bang there.”
“She likes fast ground. She ran well and we will learn a bit more,” said Chris Richardson, managing director of owners Cheveley Park Stud.
“We are pleased with her and she is bred to be a two-year-old.
“It’s the logical race for her and we are competing against each other again, but she came out of the race well.”