Trainer Roger Varian anticipates his fillies Qabala and Mot Juste will be closely matched in the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes (15:35) at Newmarket.

Qabala has twice got the better of Mot Juste this term already, winning the Nell Gwyn Stakes on reappearance at Newmarket when she picked off her stablemate (second) late on.

The daughter of Scat Daddy then finished a fine third behind Hermosa in the 1,000 Guineas, a race in which Mot Juste suffered interference and finished down the field.

Qabala had excuses since in the Irish Guineas and is trading at 7/2 with Betfred for the Falmouth, while Mot Juste is a 16/1 chance.

Varian sees little between the mounts of Andrea Atzeni (Qabala) and David Egan (Mot Juste) ahead of the Group 1 mile event.

“I have to stick with what I said before Newmarket in that I didn’t think there was much between them,” Varian said.

“The Nell Gwyn showed there wasn’t much between them, and the 1,000 Guineas run didn’t reflect their true ability.

“I think Mot Juste is a better filly than her run in the 1,000 Guineas. On race form you would have to put Qabala ahead of Mot Juste – but to watch and get to know them every day, there is not much between them.

“I think both fillies are capable of running well – though I’m not sure which will finish in front of the other one.”

Trainer William Haggas is also firing two at the race, with One Master joining Beshaayir. The former was third in last month’s Queen Anne at Royal Ascot while Frankie Dettori’s mount made all to win Lanwades Stud Stakes at the Curragh in May on her seasonal bow.

Aidan O’Brien relies on I Can Fly, third in last month’s Duke Of Cambridge Stakes, and currently 7/2 to score here under Ryan Moore, with the market headed by One Master (9/4) for James Doyle.

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