Emaraaty Ana made an encouraging debut when pulling clear to win by two and a quarter lengths at Windsor in April, the way he finished his race off there suggests that the step up to six furlongs will suit him today. He faces a difficult ask here though, coming up a potentially smart opponent in NATALIE’S JOY. This filly made a very promising debut when winning a Goodwood maiden by six lengths in May. She disappointed when sent off the 5/4 favourite in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot last time out but the drop back to six furlongs could see her return to winning ways here. Mark Johnston’s charge is preferred to Typhoon Ten, who is speedily-bred and will appreciate the return to six furlongs after finding things happening too quickly for him at Chester on Saturday.