BRILLIANT filly Enable can be the star of the show on ladies' day by giving another top-drawer performance in today's Darley Yorkshire Oaks at York.

The John Gosden-trained three-year-old, wearing the Khalid Abdullah colours immortalised by Frankel, has been the shining light of the summer with superb wins in the English and Irish Oaks and lately the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Her impressive victory over the colts and older horses at Ascot last month, with Coral-Eclipse scorer Ulysses well held in second place, stamped her as a very special filly.

It is no wonder the daughter of Nathaniel is hot favourite in the ante-post betting for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly on October 1.

Hopefully, the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes heroine Nezwaah will give her a race, but it would be a major surprise if Enable does not justify her prohibitive odds with Frankie Dettori on board.

MORI can give Enable's owner a double by winning the British EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes.

Trained by Sir Michael Stoute, the daughter of Frankel – who is also out of Group One winner Midday – is already a Listed scorer and was only beaten a neck by Coronet in the Group Two Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot.

A repeat of that effort should see her as the one to beat, with Ryan Moore taking the reins.

Nap selection THREADING can overcome her inexperience by winning the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes under James Doyle on just her second start.

The Mark Johnston-trained juvenile could not have been more impressive on her debut at Glorious Goodwood, where she trotted up by six lengths from 14 rivals in a six-furlong maiden.

She has no doubt shown the benefit of that run in her homework, prompting connections to take the plunge and stump up £15,000 to supplement her for this Group Two heat. It is certainly a gamble worth taking.

BLAIR HOUSE had no luck in the Betfred Mile at Goodwood but had earlier finished second in the Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot.

The Charlie Appleby-trained four-year-old looks the answer to the Clipper Logistics Handicap, with Doyle looking to make it a daily double.

Ed Dunlop's Newmarket raider WEALTH TAX can continue his progress by completing a hat-trick in the Sodexo Scottish Trophy Handicap at Hamilton's evening meeting.

The Canford Cliffs gelding has been in a rich vein of form with wins at Nottingham and Sandown. He has gone up a total of 10lb for those victories and could still be improving.

MERCIAN KING shaped well on his first run for nearly six months when runner-up at Bangor three weeks ago and can reap the benefit of that outing to land the Dean & Gill Silver Wedding Anniversary Handicap Chase at Fontwell.