Mot Juste and William Buick after the Oh So Sharp Stakes

Eleven fillies have stood their ground for Tuesday’s Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket.

Roger Varian’s Mot Juste was a Group Three winner at the Rowley Mile, when landing the Oh So Sharp Stakes last autumn.

The trainer also fields the unexposed Qabala, an impressive winner of a Newmarket maiden at two.

Mark Johnston runs Main Edition, who won the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and Sweet Solera on the July Course last summer.

John Gosden relies on Oh So Sharp runner-up Angel’s Hideaway.

Other hopefuls include Ed Walker’s Sunday Star, the Andrew Balding-trained Look Around and Charlie Appleby’s pair of Nashirah and Orchid Star.

In the bet365 Feilden Stakes, Western Australia makes the trip over the Irish Sea from Aidan O’Brien’s powerful Ballydoyle base.

The colt finished a close third behind stable mate Magna Grecia in the Group One Vertem Futurity Trophy at Doncaster.

He was was narrowly beaten on his reappearance on the all-weather at Dundalk.

His six rivals include Karl Burke’s once-raced Haydock scorer Kadar and John Gosden’s Kick On, who won a Newmarket maiden in September before finishing sixth in the Futurity Trophy.

Seven horses line-up in the bet365 European Free Handicap, which has produced Classic winners in the past, including Mystiko and Harayir.

Gosden and Frankie Dettori team up with Azano, while Johnston’s Arctic Sound aims to follow-up his Group Three success in last autumn’s Tattersalls Stakes at Newmarket.

Andrew Balding’s Shine So Bright and Ed Vaughan’s Dubai Dominion are other contenders in a competitive affair.