With so many horses to take into account, it is hard to whittle it down to just one to follow.
We have identified a horse that many may have forgot about, given that his season was cut short through injury after winning the Coventry at Royal Ascot.
Of course we are talking about Calyx, who sports the infamous colours of Prince Khaled Abdullah – who also has the returning Enable to look forward and will campaign for a third successive Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe later in the season.
Calyx – also trained by John Gosden is two from two, after his debut win at Newmarket on the July course was preceded by his impressive first victory in a big-field group contest at the royal meeting.
He has not been seen since, so the eye is drawn to the form of the race.
The second Advertise – trained by Martyn Meade, has come out and won a valuable Group Two in Britain and a Group One in Ireland, with the third Sergei Prokofiev also prevailing at the top level at Newmarket.
Currently 10/1 for the Guineas, and although his stablemate Too Darn Hot has clearly set the standard, the son of Kingman cannot be discounted that easily.