Up begins her Classic campaign in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Fillies Race at Dundalk today.

Aidan O'Brien's half-sister to Dutch Art proved her aptitude for this surface when getting off the mark at the second time of asking, booking herself a ticket to the Breeders' Cup in the process.

She ran a blinder at Churchill Downs to finish fourth in the Juvenile Fillies Turf and starts the season full of potential.

In Marvada, Royal Blue Star and Duchess Of Foxland, she faces three battle-hardened rivals with experience in Listed company and beyond, but she is in receipt of weight all round and it will be disappointing if she cannot make a successful return.

Her stablemate Unanimous was fancied to do just that on the opening day of the turf season at the Curragh and although he failed to deliver, he will still have plenty of supporters heading into the Fund Raising Made Easy At Dundalk Maiden.

Dermot Weld's Irish Oaks entry Voleuse De Coeurs could give him most to think about, and the master of Rosewell gives a belated reappearance to No Such Number in the Dundalk Stadium On Facebook Maiden.

The well-related son of King's Best offered some encouragement on his sole outing almost a year ago, and it is interesting that Weld and Khalid Abdullah are persevering with him as a four-year-old.

Billyford completed a hat-trick at this circuit last month but is 4lb higher for the www.dundalkstadium.com Handicap and takes on better rivals, such as Banna Boirche and Solent Ridge.

An Saighdiur tries for a three-timer of his own in the Dundalk Apprentice Handicap, which gets the meeting under way at 6.20, while Silas Mariner has been out of sorts over timber since returning from the sidelines but is interesting back on the level in the Bookings At dundalkstadium.com Handicap.