Yet – 2.30 Ascot (12/1 – Betfair + Paddy Power)
A beautifully-bred filly from Aidan O’Brien’s yard, Yet could prove to be huge value in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot.
She is a granddaughter to Galileo and her dam is a half-sister to Group 1 winner Giants Causeway, which could signal her ability here.
The two-year-old caught the eye on her debut, as she knuckled down to beat market favourite Orinoco River by a length at Dundalk last month.
Her yard has yet to land this Group 2 contest at Royal Ascot, but she could well be the first for her connections here.
With a price of 12/1, Yet is massive value to land victory over five furlongs here.