Tapestry puts her unbeaten record on this line on Sunday in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh.
Aidan O’Brien’s two-year old has raced just twice so far this season, scoring on both occasions. Her last outing was in the Group Two Debutante Stakes where she justified going off as the 4/5 favourite in the sports betting with bet365 to prevail by just short of two lengths.
The daughter of Galileo is already prominent in some of the ante-post Classic markets for 2014. If everything goes well this weekend, she could be aimed at the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket next month.
Her biggest rival in the betting on Sunday is Kiyoshi who has improved with each run this season. After finishing fourth on debut earlier in April, she broke her maiden at Goodwood a month later over 6f. She then stepped up in class to win the Group Three Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot in impressive style by over three lengths for trainer Charles Hills and jockey Jamie Spencer.
The filly runs in the Qatar Racing silks and has had a rest since her royal win. This weekend is her first test over 7f as she tackles the Group One for two-year olds.
Rizeena has been one of the busiest fillies entered in the Moyglare as she is set to run in her seventh race of the season at the Curragh.
Clive Britain’s horse came into the radar when winning the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot. That was her third consecutive win and also gave the impressive she had a big future.
She couldn’t follow that success up at Glorious Goodwood though, where she only finished second in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes when going off as the 11/10 favourite in the betting on the bet365 website.
Her most recent outing came in France at Deauville where she ran a respectable third in the Group One Prix Morny won by No Nay Never.