Stoute has high hopes for the 2-year-old, who broke her maiden in the race by an impressive 1 1/2 lengths.
Visit is from the first crop of stallion Oasis Dream, who was a champion at ages 2 and 3 in England. She races for owner/breeder Khalid Abdullah, who also bred and raced her sire.
Visit is out of the stakes winning Kahyasi mare Arrive, who is a full sister to the remarkable broodmare, Hasili, the dam of champions Dansili, Banks Hill and Intercontinental along with group I winners Heat Haze and Cacique.
The bay filly may race next in the Cheveley Park Stakes (Eng-I) or the Lowther Stakes (Eng-II).
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