In two races on two continents, Lady Aurelia was unbeatable in the spring.After winning a maiden race at Keeneland by 7 1/2 lengths in April, Lady Aurelia cruised to an impressive win by seven lengths in the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes for 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies at Royal Ascot in June.Her next objective is France&rsquo;s top August race for 2&#45;year&#45;olds &ndash; Sunday&rsquo;s $395,990 Prix Morny for colts and fillies at six furlongs at Deauville Racecourse. As of Friday, Lady Aurelia was as low as 1&#45;3 with some European bookmakers to win the Group 1 race against four rivals.&ldquo;I&rsquo;m very excited about the race,&rdquo; trainer Wesley Ward said by phone from France on Thursday. &ldquo;I think she&rsquo;s in unbelievable shape. This is a tremendous filly.&rdquo;Owned by Stonestreet Stable, George Bolton, and Peter Leidel, Lady Aurelia handled the recent flight from Kentucky to France without difficulty, Ward said.&ldquo;She has the same weight she had when she left,&rdquo; Ward said.Lady Aurelia will be ridden by Frankie Dettori, who was aboard for the win in the Queen Mary Stakes at five furlongs on a straightaway turf course. The Prix Morny is run on a straight turf course.In the Queen Mary, Lady Aurelia took the lead at the start and accelerated away from 16 rivals in the final furlong to record a commanding win. Her main rival in the Prix Morny is Tis Marvellous, who won the Group 2 Prix Robert Papin at 5 1/2 furlongs at Maisons&#45;Laffitte Racecourse in Paris on July 24 for his first stakes win.Irish trainer Aidan O&rsquo;Brien runs Peace Envoy, who won the Group 3 Anglesey Stakes at The Curragh on July 16. Alrahma and Al Johrah are the outsiders in the field.The Deauville program includes the $282,250 Prix Jean Romanet, a Group 1 for fillies and mares at 1 1/4 miles on turf. None of the 10 runners has won a Group 1. The race is led by Speedy Boarding, who won the Group 2 Prix Corrida at Saint&#45;Cloud Racecourse in France on May 26 but was last of five behind the star 3&#45;year&#45;old filly Minding in the Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes at The Curragh in Ireland a month later.Speedy Boarding&rsquo;s competition in the Prix Jean Romanet includes the German stakes winner Royal Solitaire; Steip Amach, who was third in the Group 1 Prix Rothschild for fillies and mares at Deauville on July 31; and Bocca Baciata, the winner of the Group 2 Kilboy Estate Stakes at The Curragh on July 17.Mecca&rsquo;s Angel repeats in NunthorpeMecca&rsquo;s Angel won the $445,400 Nunthorpe Stakes for sprinters for the second consecutive year at York Racecourse in England on Friday, earning a fees&#45;paid berth to the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita on Nov. 5.Mecca&rsquo;s Angel (9&#45;2) won the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes at five furlongs by two lengths over Limato, the 9&#45;5 favorite. Ridden by Paul Mulrennan for trainer Michael Dods, Mecca&rsquo;s Angel took the lead a quarter&#45;mile from the finish.Owned by David Metcalfe, Mecca&rsquo;s Angel, 5, was one of five females in the field of 19. Dods said after the race that Mecca&rsquo;s Angel will be pointed for the British Champions Sprint at Ascot in October. Mecca&rsquo;s Angel is scheduled to be retired at the end of the year and bred in 2017.