in the 2002 Kentucky Oaks (GI). Frankel's three nominees are Edmund Gann's You, winner of the Louisville Breeders' Cup (gr. II) and five grade I races; Juddmonte Farm's Sightseek, winner of the Humana Distaff (gr. I); and Sumaya Us Stable's Wild Spirit, a Chilean import who won last month's Shuvee (gr. II) at Belmont Park in her U.S. debut. Other nominees considered as likely or possible for the Fleur De Lis include Iron County Farm's Bare Necessities, winner of the Sixty Sails (gr. III) and runner-up in the Churchill Downs Distaff (gr. II); Lucky Seven Stable's Minister's Baby, winner of the Gardenia (gr. III) at Ellis Park; Mrs. William S. Kilroy's Charmed Gift, runner-up to Take Charge Lady in the 2002 Dogwood; and William Schettine's So Much More, winner of a recent allowance prep for the Fleur De Lis at Churchill Downs. Other notable nominees include the Ron McAnally-trained duo of Affluent and Printemps; Edward P. Evans' Summer Colony; James Tafel's Lakenheath; Dogwood Stable's Smoke'n Frolic; Sam Pollock's Seven Four Seven; and WinStar Farm's Happily Unbridled. Three-year-old turf fillies nominated to the $200,000-added Regret include Phillips Racing Partnership and Pam Garton's Forest Shadows, winner of the Edgewood at Churchill Downs; Sybon Stable's Ocean Drive, winner of the Appalachian at Keeneland; Golden Marlin, winner of the Dogwood (gr. III) for owners William Glass and the Estate of Joseph Famularo; and Edmund Gann's Personal Legend, a recent winner at Churchill Downs who has since been transferred to Frankel.
Other possible Regret contenders include Edgewood runner-up Unbridled Femme; Ocala Breeders' Sales Sprint winner Shot Gun Favorite; and Throne, the third-place finisher in the Dogwood (gr. III). The $100,000-added Northern Dancer, which was accorded stakes status last year after several runnings as an overnight handicap, is expected to attract Lloyd Madison Stable's Champali. The Greg Foley trained son of Glitterman won the Iroquois (gr. III) last fall at Churchill Downs and was runner-up to Midas Eyes in the Derby Trail (gr. III).