Salisbury's two-day midsummer meeting kicks off today and the feature race sees a cracking opportunity for Oaks runner- up Something Exciting.
David Elsworth's charge is the star in the EBF Upavon Fillies' Stakes. She has done little wrong since winning the Lupe Stakes on her first start of the season in May.
Having chased home Eswarah at Epsom, she was sent to York for the Ribblesdale but both the sandy surface and a quick reappearance went against her as she finished only fourth.
She was then simply beaten by better fillies when fifth behind Alexander Goldrun in the Group One Nassau Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. That's no disgrace; the winner is special in this division.
Fashionable could be the main danger, but there is nothing in the field with form to match Something Exciting on what is a significant drop in class for the Elsworth filly.
Richard Hannon's one-time smart juvenile Screwdriver merits some serious consideration now that he has been dropped in the weights for the Pembroke Cup.
On his debut last May, the colt got within two lengths of subsequent Coventry Stakes winner Iceman - no mean feat at all.
Screwdriver himself progressed to better company and took the Woodcote Stakes at Epsom on his next and final two-year-old start.
That form probably forced Hannon's hand and he ran Screwdriver in stakes company on his first two starts this term, but he was outclassed and cut little ice when returned to handicap company next time.
However, he ran a good bit better at Sandown late last month, leading until the final furlong to finish a close seventh. He steps up to a mile for the first time but can make an impact from a 5lb-lower mark.
Walter Swinburn couldn't have a better opportunity for Northside Lodge to get his first win in nearly three years than the Knights & Co Handicap.
The seven-year-old has run some fine races and pulled out his best performance for a while when just denied by the in-form Del Mar Sunset at Brighton on his latest start. He has dropped down the ratings and must be one to consider now that he is back to form.
Mark Johnston's Lightning Affair is unlikely to be a working man's price but should have progressed from his debut to score at Beverley.