In this competitive affair a case can be made for 80% of the runners. The top-weighted Kath’s Lustre, who has already got her head in front, cannot be discounted, while it probably won’t be long before Kalagia returns to the winners’ enclosure. However, the one to focus on is FAAY, who ran well in a strong maiden last time out. Both the first and second from that contest have since gone on to win black type races, so it would be no surprise whatsoever if Ed Dunlop’s unexposed filly turns out to be more than useful. At the prices, a chance is taken on the thrice raced three-year-old.