1. Almufti

Trainer - Hugo Palmer

Jockey - Frankie Dettori

This three year old holds an each way chance if finding some of his two year old form, after racing four times last year and his best two efforts coming on his last two starts, winning at Kempton on the all weather and then finishing a good third over course a distance in a Group 3.

He will need to improve but he des hold a 2,000 Guineas entry and has top jockey Frankie Dettori on board so can not be overlooked.

2. Boitron

Trainer - Richard Hannon

Jockey - Silvestre De Sousa

Next up is the first of trainer Richard Hannon's three pronged attack and he is probably the pick of them all finishing a near fourth in a Group 1 over 7 furlongs at Longchamp behind some smart horses.

Before that race he had won all three of his starts with two of them coming at Newbury, with his second to last start being over course and distance.

He really does offer some of the best form on offer.

3. Great Scot

Trainer - Tom Dascombe

Jockey- Richard Kingscote

This three year old has gone under the radar but is another colt that could turn up on the day after finishing a close fifth at Doncaster on his final appearance of last season in the Group 1 Vertum Futurity Stakes.

Many of the horses in the placings that day are strong in the market for the 2,000 Guineas and if stepping up for the break in the off season he could be a big player this season.

4. He'Zanarab

Trainer - Richard Hannon

Jockey - Sean Levey

The second of the Richard Hannon brigade and probably the horse with the least chance of landing the spoils being useful over six furlongs but looks as if the step up in trip will not suit.

He has been useful at Class 3 level but this is a huge step up and will have had to come on leaps and bounds to and this Group 3.

5. Hello Youmzain

Trainer - Kevin Ryan

Jockey - James Doyle

The current favourite for trainer Kevin Ryan who believe will have his best season yet, acquiring some really nice horses to his stable during the winter.

Hello Youmzain was a superb winner over six furlongs in a Group 2 event over in France and he has not finished outside of the top two places on all three of his starts to date.

He is stepping up to seven furlongs for the first time but from the way he is bred and ran to date he has a great chance to land the spoils.

6. Magic J

Trainer - Ed Vaughan

Jockey - Oisin Murphy

Our each way chance of the race is the mysterious Ed Vaughan trained Magic J who was bought for $950,000 as a yearling and this son of Scat Daddy holds the world of potential.

He has only raced once and it was in a ordinary event at Yarmouth that he went on to win cosily, but this horse could be a real bright spark for his yard and definitely one to watch tomorrow.

7. Mohaather

Trainer - Marcus Tregoning

Jockey - Jim Crowley

This three year old colt is another that holds a lot of potential after his two year old career went really well racing three times and not finishing out of the top two places winning his last two races well.

He is seeking a hat-trick on Saturday and comes into the contest off the back of landing a Group 3 over course and distance, but this looks a harder race and will have to improve to be in the mix.

8. No Nonsense

Trainer - David Elsworth

Jockey - Gerald Mosse

This outsider needs everything to fall his way with stamina being a big problem and him coming from the all weather and not knowing if he will take to turf.

Has won his last two races in weaker races than this but is heading the right way and should run a fair race but not one to threaten the top of the market.

9. Taylormade

Trainer - Mohamed Moubarak

Jockey - Stevie Donohue

Another one that from the market can be opposed at huge odds of 100/1. he did win over seven furlongs last year but his other two runs tell us he needs more and has much better horses to contest with in this race.

10. Urban Icon

Trainer - Richard Hannon

Jockey - Tom Marquand

The final runner of the field and the last of the three from the Richard Hannon yard. This colt does hold a slim chance having two runs last season and still being unbeaten.

Both of his runs have come over six furlongs and this will be his biggest test to date but if putting in a career best it would not be a shock to see him in the placings.