Amazonas bids to go a couple of places better than her dam as she lines up in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday.
Amazonas' mother Francesca D'Gorgio finished fourth for owner Sir Robert Ogden in the shorter Queen Mary Stakes at the meeting in 2007 but her daughter opened her account with victory over six furlongs earlier this month.
While the official winning distance at Yarmouth was three-quarters of a length, Amazonas appeared to have a fair bit in hand, which is giving connections plenty of hope.
"She won very nicely and with being asked too many questions in what looked to be a nice race," said Ogden's racing manager Barry Simpson.
"I was a bit surprised she won over that trip as I thought she might want seven furlongs and perhaps she will later in the season.
"We think she's a nice filly and she will progress as the season goes on.
"With the juveniles, you're never quite sure what you've got and this a good opportunity to see how good she is."
Rain at Ascot has seen conditions at the track ease slightly and Simpson admits it is a step in the dark for the Ed Dunlop-trained filly.
"She is a good-actioned filly and with the ground it is hard to know what she wants as she's only run once, like quite a few of the others," he said.
"We will find out a bit more about her tomorrow and see what kind of level she is at."
Judy In Disguise is one who will appreciate cut in the ground, according to her trainer Bill Turner.
The Elusive City filly looked pretty smart in winning her first two starts at Folkestone and Salisbury, soundly beating Richard Hannon's well-regarded filly Tassel on the latter occasion.
However, she came unstuck in the Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley last time but Turner feels her lacklustre show was purely due to the ground.
"She's in very good form and the trip will help her, as will the drop of rain they've had there," he said.
"It was very, very rough and firm ground at Beverley last time and she just could not get off the rail.
"She was tripping and changing her legs all the time but she came back perfect.
"The six furlongs and the ground will be help her and we'll turn up and see how we go."
Tassel reopposes in this Group Three heat and is one of three runners for Hannon, with stable jockey Richard Hughes opting to ride her.
Hannon also runs Equitania and Light Up My Life, while John Gosden's impressive Newmarket winner Newfangled is likely to be among the leading lights.
Eighteen fillies now go to post after the Kevin Ryan-trained Run Fat Lass Run was declared a doubtful starter.