James Given’s Trick Or Treat bids to continue her progression up the racing ladder in the Group Three Kerry Group Noblesse Stakes at Cork on Sunday.
After rattling up a five-timer in handicaps last season, beginning her winning run off a mark of 56, she is now searching for some black type.
She won her first start this season, a Listed event at Haydock, in typically determined fashion by three-quarters of a length from John Dunlop’s Wannabe Posh and Green Room.
The second and third home that day both reoppose, with the bronze medallist set to have the assistance of Irish champion jockey Declan McDonogh in the saddle.
Completing a strong British challenge is Paul Cole’s High Heel Sneakers, placed in Group races in her time and fresh from chasing home Munsef at Goodwood earlier in the month.
The home defence is led by Dermot Weld’s Reform Act, second to Yeats on her seasonal reappearance and a close fifth to Four Sins in the Blue Wind Stakes on her last start.
The David Wachman trio Whoneedswings, You’re Beautiful and Downtown have chances, along with Athenian Way, Nick’s Nikita and Charles O’Brien’s Mount Eliza, who completes the 11-runner line-up.