MEMORY, a general 6-1 favourite for the 1,000 Guineas, was on Tuesday installed a red-hot favourite for Sunday's Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh.

Paddy Power make the unbeaten daughter of Danehill Dancer, owned by Highclere Thoroughbred Racing, their 4-5 favourite as she attempts to make it fourwins from four outings.

A victory on Sunday would cement Memory's position at the head of the Guineas market and would also provide herwith a first victory at Group 1 level.

"Hughesie [Richard Hughes] is really pleased with Memory, and though the filly messed about at home in the spring, she has become so much more professional," trainer Richard Hannon told his website.

"She is fresh and raring for another race, so Sunday cannot come quick enough."

Fifteen of the original 117 entries were confirmed at Tuesday's forfeit stage, with one exciting addition supplemented at a cost of €23,500.

The McElroy Syndicate, owners of the Jessica Harrington-trained Laughing Lashes, decided to stump up the required fee and Paddy Power make the impressive Group 2 Keeneland Debutante Stakes winner their second best at 5-1.

The ground at the Curragh was described as good by track manager Paul Hensey on Tuesday, who is anticipating a similar surface come raceday. He said: "We have had scattered showers forecast and some rain forecast for Wednesday, but it's difficult to say how much we'll get.

"Showers are also forecast for later in the week, but Friday, Saturday and Sunday look to be mainly dry and bright. All things considered, we'll probably be near enough the same on Sunday as we are today."