1 - BOOMER (7) (Tom Dascombe/Richard Kingscote)
Confirmed debut promise to win Newbury maiden before following up in Group 3 at Newbury. Creditable efforts in defeat in May Hill and Fillies' Mile after, though limitations seem to be exposed.
2 - CLOAK OF SPIRITS (5) (Richard Hannon/Andrea Atzeni)
Landed a gamble in impressive fashion on debut at Ascot in July (7f). Pulled too hard in May Hill at Doncaster but firmly back on track when close third in the Rockfel here. Open to further progress.
3 - FINAL SONG (2) (Saeed bin Suroor/Pat Cosgrave)
Made winning debut at Ascot before third to Raffle Prize in the Queen Mary/Duchess of Cambridge. Had 4 runs in Dubai/Saudi Arabia early this year but hasn't progressed judged on those efforts.
4 - GRACEFUL MAGIC (9) (Eve Johnson Houghton/Charles Bishop)
Raced 8 times last year, winning 3 times. Best effort when ½-length second of 9 to Rose of Kildare in Firth of Clyde Stakes at Ayr on final start but looks out of depth here and has stamina to prove.
5 - LES HOGUES (3) (George Baker/Cieran Fallon)
Showed useful form in France last season for Jean-Claude Rouget, best efforts when winning listed race at La Teste before a close second in Group 3 at Maisons-Laffitte. More needed here, however.
6 - LOVE (14) (Aidan O'Brien/Ryan Moore)
Stable's leading 2-y-o filly last year, winning 3 times, notably Moyglare at the Curragh. Creditable third to Quadrilateral in Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket on final start and should be in the mix again.
This is getting ridiculous now! Brilliant training from Aidan O'Brien again as Love gives him his second Group 1 of the day - both ridden by Ryan Moore - following yesterday's Leopardstown four-timer.@curraghrace #LICW19— Racing TV (@RacingTV) September 15, 2019
Results ➡https://t.co/glajGV55GR pic.twitter.com/usndtvO3OO
7 - MILLISLE (11) (Mrs J. Harrington/Oisin Murphy)
Progressed well over sprint trips last year, ending the season in great style in the Cheveley Park here, forging away inside the last, leaving the impression she could stay this far. Big run expected.
8 - QUADRILATERAL (6) (Roger Charlton/Jason Watson)
Unbeaten in 3 starts last year, producing a gritty display when coming out on top in the Fillies' Mile over this C&D on final start. Leading claims with further improvement to come. Tongue strap on.
9 - RAFFLE PRIZE (13) (Mark Johnston/Mickael Barzalona)
Queen Mary and Duchess of Cambridge winner who took another step forward when going down by only a neck in Prix Morny at Deauville. Respectable second in Cheveley Park after but has stamina to prove.
It's that man Frankie Dettori again! 🇮🇹— Newmarket Racecourse (@NewmarketRace) July 12, 2019
He teams up with Royal Ascot winner Raffle Prize to claim the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes (sponsored by @bet365) in fine style!#JulyFestival pic.twitter.com/k5Jbd9WYZy
10 - ROMSEY (8) (Hughie Morrison/Tom Marquand)
Fairly useful form at 2, winning a maiden at Chelmsford and a listed race at Dusseldorf. Creditable third in a Group 2 at Milan final start last year, but far stiffer task here.
11 - ROSE OF KILDARE (10) (Mark Johnston/Joe Fanning)
Thrived on a busy 2-y-o campaign, winning 5 times, including Group 3 contests on last 2 starts in the Firth of Clyde Stakes at Ayr and Oh So Sharp Stakes at Newmarket. Tough filly, but up against it.
12 - SHIMMERING (1) (John Gosden/Frankie Dettori)
Built on her promising debut in a minor event at Kempton when making all in a similar contest at Lingfield in December. Represents top yard but takes massive jump in class.
13 - SUMMER ROMANCE (4) (Charlie Appleby/William Buick)
Looked an exciting prospect when winning her first 2 starts but disappointed in Group 3s at Ascot and Salisbury. Something to prove now, including stamina (raced only at 6f).
SUMMER ROMANCE - an €800,000 daughter of Kingman - quickens up impressively in the heavy ground at @GTYarmouthRaces in the @godolphin blue for Charlie Appleby and @the_doyler! 🏇🔵— Timeform Live (@TimeformLive) June 13, 2019
14 - UNDER THE STARS (12) (James Tate/P.J. McDonald)
Three-time winner last year, notably the Princess Margaret at Ascot and a sales race at Newmarket (didn’t need to be at best), all at 6f. Behind a few of these when tried at a higher level in between.
15 - YES ALWAYS (15) (Karl Burke/Ben Curtis)
Daughter of No Nay Never who was well backed and looked potentially useful when making a smooth winning debut in a 6f minor event at Newcastle in October. Chucked into the deep end here, though.
Timeform Analyst's Verdict
MILLISLE did her best work at the finish when edging out Raffle Prize in the Cheveley Park here in September, so the longer trip is unlikely to be an issue, and she looks the one to beat on that form. The unbeaten Quadrilateral was a game winner of the Fillies’ Mile over C&D and looks set to run another big race, while the unexposed Cloak of Spirits could be most interesting among the rest.