The first horse to follow after his run at Royal Ascot is Maljoom for William Haggas with the three year old being one of the most unluckiest losers of the week.
A very exciting talent for the Newmarket handler he went into Royal Ascot having landed a hat-trick of wins including last time out when taking the German 2000 Guineas.
A 14/1 shot for the St James's Palace Stakes last week he was very underestimated in the betting but if not for meeting trouble in running would have won.
When asked for his effort he was caught behind a wall of horses which saw jockey Cieren Fallon have to manoeuvre him around and when getting a clear path flew home to lose in a photo-finish.
He is worth keeping on side for other Group One events over a mile this season.