Nafaqa is among a field of seven for Friday's Betfair Dee Stakes at Chester.
Second in the Royal Lodge to Elm Park last season, Barry Hills' charge chased home Kool Kompany on his reappearance in the Craven Stakes.
Aidan O'Brien is likely to be looking towards Royal Ascot with the promising filly Words.
The beautifully-bred Dansili filly is a daughter of Moonstone, who was an Irish Oaks winner.
She looked to have a huge future when beating the classy Raydara on her only run at the Curragh last season, but she met with a slight setback over the winter which has ruled her out of the early Classics.
The Chester Cup is Wednesday’s big race with a maximum field whizzing round the Roodee’s tight bends and in recent times ebullient owner Marwan Koukash and his canny trainer Richard Fahey have sought to monopolize this valuable race, and they may well do so again courtesy of Gabrial’s King, who made a most encouraging start for his new yard when runner-up at Ripon the other day.
The 2015 Group 1 Qipco 2000 Guineas has 19 of the best 3yos slugging it out for their share of the £498,750 prize. But there is more at stake than money here, it is a huge springboard for these youngsters which will tell us everything about their classic credentials and indeed, which of these 19 has the X-Factor. So - who wins?