Lord Glitters has been a superstar for the yard over the years landing multiple Group One events and even at the of nine is still putting in high class performances.
Winning a Group One over 9f in March last year he is a natural at coming from off the pace and could have one more big race left in him.
After that the gelding was seen five times in England chasing home Palace Pier in the Group One Lockinge Stakes and Queen Anne Stakes, finishing fourth both times.
A step down to a Group Three had him only beaten by a quickly improving Saeed Bin Suroor runner in Real World and that form is fairly decent.
He then put in two lesser runs at Haydock in the Superior Mile and Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, with the latter event seeing to many special talents to compete with.
Given a month off he returned in the Bahrain International at Sakhir and at huge odds went on to take the event from Barney Roy, with a superb late sweeping run.
Since then he has been seen three more times at Meydan over 9f, running to a fair level in all of them, especially in February when taking the Group Two Singspiel Stakes.
Although he does bring some negatives with his age and weight, he is mostly consistent and can't be ruled out.