Lah Ti Dar is now vying for St Leger favouritism following confirmation she will run in the final British Classic of the season at Doncaster.
Trained by John Gosden, Lah Ti Dar will run in Saturday’s staying test against Melbourne Cup entry Kew Gardens in preference to a Group One race in France the following day.
She had been among the leading contenders for the Oaks in June after winning a Newbury maiden on her debut in April, before following up in the Pretty Polly Stakes at Newmarket in May.
A setback kept her on the sidelines until York last month, when she romped home by 10 lengths in the Listed Galtres Stakes over 12 furlongs (2400m).
Lah Ti Dar will be stepping up to a mile-and-three-quarters (2800m) as she tackles the colts and geldings for the first time.
The Aidan O’Brien-trained Kew Gardens remains at 7-4 with race sponsor William Hill which has trimmed Lah Ti Dar from 7-2 to 2-1.