Averly Jane, the 5-2 favourite for the Juvenile Turf Sprint, was bred by the University of Kentucky on its Equine Campus in Lexington.
The trio have arrived at Ward’s base in Keeneland, Kentucky for what racing manager David Redvers described as “an interesting project”.
The three-year-old filly returns to the scene of her Prix Morny victory last year, having been awarded the Commonwealth Cup in the stewards room.
Flying Five comes into play as trainer says York comes sooner than ideal after seasonal debut at Saratoga on Thursday.
Wesley Ward targeting Prix Maurice de Gheest on August 8 – and Golden Pal due back next week at Saratoga.
The three-year-old son of Uncle Mo has been described by trainer Wesley Ward as “the best horse I have ever trained by far”.
Ortiz, 28, has been named to partner Twilight Gleaming, winner of a turf maiden at Belmont this month, in the Windsor Castle Stakes.
Maven exercised as well as a some of the two-year-olds who could be heading to Britain next month trying to add to Ward’s 11 wins.