The Flying Five, run over five furlongs, is expected to draw a quality field with the classy Mabs Cross among the entires.
One of the best sprinters in Europe for the past two seasons, the 4-year-old daughter of Pivotal won the Palace House (G3) at Newmarket in May and ended her 2018 campaign with a win in the Prix de l’Abbaye (G1) at Longchamp.
Mabs Cross was last seen running a creditable fourth behind sprinting superstar Battaash in another automatic qualifier for the Turf Sprint, York’s Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes (G1).
Eddie Lynam's Soffia has won three on the bounce, including the Sapphire Stakes (G2) in July, with Soldier's Call heading into the race on the back of his excellent second in the Nunthorpe behind Battaash.
Caspian Prince, Chessman, Fairyland, Hit The Bid, Houtzen, Invincible Army, Judicial, So Perfect, True Mason, and Urban beat are also entered in the “Win and You’re In” Derrinstown Flying Five.
The Moyglare, run over seven furlongs, has 15 entries with the Niarchos Family’s homebreds Albigna and Alpine Star the early favourites for trainer Jessica Harrington. The former, a 2-year-old daughter of Zoffany, is fancied to maintain her unbeaten record, while the latter, a daughter of Sea The Moon, won the Debutante Stakes (G2) last time.