The Group Two Dubai Gold Cup is a test of stamina over two miles and we have two horses who expect to be hitting the frame come the finish.
Our first shout at a short price is the Charlie Appleby trained Manobo, who could be one of the most progressive horses on the flat this season.
The son of Sea The Stars has been seen three times to date, making his debut in May at Newbury and seeing off Derby and St Leger second Mojo Star.
Off the back of that he was upped to 12f at Kempton and again was an impressive winner, coming away from the field to take the event by close to five lengths.
Next time out when seeking a hat-trick the gelding gave the performance of his season when bounding clear by 10 lengths in a Listed event at Saint-Cloud.
Looking to land the four-timer and round off his season last term he went to Longchamp on the first day of Arc weekend and stepped up to Group Two company to land the Prix Chaudeney from stablemate Kemari.
A superb stayer in the making he was last seen having his first run of the year at Meydan over 14f when winning the Group Three Nad Al Sheba with ease.
He is such a likeable talent and if handling the two miles will be tough to beat.