Kemari is the favourite for the event and looks to be a very progressive three year old son of Dubawi, that has to face questions dropping back in trip.
The 400,000gns purchase has been seen three times to date, finishing a good second on debut behind the smart Movin Time, but since then has gone unbeaten.
The colt went to Yarmouth over 1m3 1/2f and bolted up by six lengths ahead of some nice horses that have gone on to frank the form.
Appleby believed he was a horse with bundles of stamina and last time out was stepped up in trip again for the Group Two Queen's Vase at Royal Ascot and he powered clear in the final strides to take the race.
He is a proven stayer that is on a massive upward curve, but coming back down to 1m4f might be a slight issue.