Juvenile fillies take centre stage at Leopardstown on Thursday evening, with the Silver Flash Stakes carrying Group Three status.
True Verdict sets a very high standard, given that she got closest to subsequent Cherry Hinton heroine Sendmylovetorose in the Grangecon Stud Stakes here at the start of the month.
But there are a few unexposed maiden winners in her way, headed by Harasiya and Rawaaq, with Snow Queen representing Ballydoyle and she is expected to improve significantly on her introductory fifth behind Reglisse.
The feature is ably supported by the Challenge Stakes, which sees Galileo's Choice attempting to give Dermot Weld his fifth consecutive win in the Listed contest.
The six-year-old was last seen finishing seventh in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham, where he finished ahead of Steps To Freedom, although his Jessie Harrington-trained rival has the edge in fitness following last week's Dundalk success.
Harrington is also represented by Bob Le Beau, with Aklan and Betterbetterbetter also involved.
The latter's trainer Aidan O'Brien landed the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden 12 months ago with Triple Crown aspirant Camelot, and relies this time on Nevis, who tries to make up ground on Mister Aviation from their meeting at the Curragh's Derby fixture.
O'Brien has further claims of glory with Unanimous in the Loepardstown.com Maiden, and Battle Of Saratoga, who is clear on official ratings in the "Roy Seven" Rated Race.
Happy Anniversary has rattled up a hat-trick in just over a week but, despite her 10lb penalty, remains just out of the weights for the Stillorgan Handicap.
She won on Monday's Killarney card, as did Inis Meain, who has a 5lb extra impost to contend with in the Leopardstown Apprentice Handicap, which gets proceedings under way at 5.45.