Multiple Group One-winning Australian mare Sea Siren has her sights lowered as she makes her first appearance for Aidan O'Brien at Fairyhouse on Sunday.
The five-year-old struck three times at the highest level for Australian trainer John O'Shea and was snapped up by the Coolmore triumvirate of John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith before running at Royal Ascot last month.
She performed creditably at the summer showpiece meeting, finishing eighth in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, and drops to Listed class as she makes her Irish debut in the Belgrave Stakes under the trainer's son, Joseph.
Sea Siren aims to give weight to seven opponents, with David Marnane saddling both Nocturnal Affair and Red Dubawi.
Eddie Lynam won the six-furlong contest 12 months ago with Slade Power and has another major contender this year in Boston Rocker.
Mick Halford saddles the ultra-consistent Russian Soul and the field is completed by Elusive Time, Lily's Star and Clancy Avenue.