Clive Cox is looking to send his Group One winning sprinter Golden Horde back to Ascot next month for the British Champions Stakes, with the son of Lethal Force without a win since his last trip to the track.
The three year has been a star sprinter for the yard that has also had Harry Angel and his father Lethal Force and this colt if winning this race will be put in the same bracket as them.
As a juvenile he landed the Group Two Gordon Stakes and then went on to finish a narrow second in the Middle Park Stakes to Earthlight who he faces on Sunday.
He seems to have come on a huge amount during the winter and now a year older has already won the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.
He stayed on well for third in the July Cup at Newmarket and although fading late on in the Prix Maurice De Gheest he holds bundles of ability and showed that when placing in the Sprint Cup at Haydock last time out.
Clive Cox said: "Golden Horde's in great nick.
"He's had a very special season, winning his Group 1 in the Commonwealth Cup and stepping up when taking his elders on in all the major sprints. He's been so consistent all the way through and all being well it's all systems go for the Champions Day Sprint."