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After waiting 20 years to saddle his first Classic runner, Alan Bailey is set to make it two in a month.

The trainer was far from downcast at Agrippina's 13th place in last Sunday's Sagitta 1000 Guineas, as she met trouble in running at Newmarket.

And he is eyeing a tilt at the Vodafone Oaks for the filly, who could well make a quick return to action in the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York next Tuesday.

"I think we will take her to Epsom and I will enter her tomorrow for the Musidora," Bailey said.

"She didn't have the best of runs at Newmarket as she went left, right, to the middle and eventually to the outside yet she was only beaten eight and three quarter lengths.

"And for a race like that you have to have an uninterrupted preparation but we had a little setback with her and she missed three days."