Alexandrova proved a real star turn at York when completing a Group One hat-trick under a supremely confident Mick Kinane in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks.
The daughter of Sadler's Wells had sent shivers down the spine with her rout in the Vodafone Oaks and she looked every bit as good when following up with the minimum of fuss in the Irish equivalent last month.
Aidan O'Brien nominated a trip to the Knavesmire as the most likely option immediately afterwards and the 4-9 favourite duly brought the stands to their feet with a supreme display.
Settled well in last and detached from the pack through the first mile, Alexandrova was toying with her five rivals entering the final three furlongs.
She cut through the field like a hot knife through butter, picking the opposition off with consummate ease down the straight before being pushed clear for a three-and-a-half-length call which had the stands in raptures.
Sir Michael Stoute, fresh from his one-two in the Judd-monte International, saddled the next two home with Short Skirt taking second ahead of Allegretto in third.
A delighted O'Brien said: "Mick rode her with a lot of confidence and he spoke to Kieren (Fallon) this morning about her. They went slow but it was no worry at all. She is a fantastic filly and is very exciting.
"She has unbelievable class. When they go slow like that and then kick from the front, it can be hard to pick them up but she has that extra gear.
"Everybody will talk about her taking on the colts, but we would love to take her to the fillies' race on Arc weekend (Prix de l'Opera).
"It will be up to [owners] Michael (Tabor), Derrick (Smith) and John (Magnier) but they have Hurricane Run in the Arc and they might keep her in training next year too. We will get the Arc weekend out of the way first but she could go to America as well if there is enough time."
Stoute's Short Skirt had the winner back in second in the Musidora in May, but Alexandrova reversed the form at Epsom and comprehensively confirmed that result on the Knavesmire.
Stoute said: "My two fillies have run a hell of a race. I'm sure the track suited Short Skirt better than at Epsom."