Classic winners Sky Lantern and Just The Judge feature among 17 fillies declared for Friday's Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The pair finished first and second respectively in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket but while Richard Hannon has given Sky Lantern a break since then, Just The Judge went on to land the Irish equivalent for Charlie Hills.
A number of Classic also-rans take their chances again headed by Irish 1000 Guineas second Rehn's Nest and fourth-placed Big Break.
Snow Queen, Maureen, Masarah, Roz, Ollie Olga and Agent Allison are others that try their luck against the headline fillies again.
New adversaries include Michael Stoute's York Listed winner Pavlosk, who has been supplemented, as well as the French pair of Henri-Alex Pantall's Kenhope and the Alain de Royer-Dupre-trained Siyenica.
Purr Along makes her seasonal bow for William Muir with Godolphin's Lovely Pass, the Edward Lynam-trained Viztoria and Mick Halford's Mizzava completing the line-up.