Trainer - Charles Hills
Jockey - Jim Crowley
The first runner of the day is one of the quickest horses on the planet when he is tuned up and this season Battaash has ran to a good standard but still could not get the better of Blue Point.
With the Godolphin horse now retired, he should be primed to go and win this contest for how he has ran this season, landing the Temple Stakes on his seasonal debut and then Landing the King George at Goodwood for a third year in a row after his second at Royal Ascot.
He is one of the leading contenders to take this contest but last year he ran below par in this contest and has been known to underperform on the big stage occasionally.
Saying that, the yard have mentioned that he is in fine form and came out of Goodwood well and if being on it should be tough to beat.