Ryan Moore returned to the UK flat racing scene on Wednesday with a decent third but he will be looking to get his British season off to a nice start at Wolverhampton this weekend.
He only has two rides with both of them needing to be watched closely but in the feature Listed Lady Wulfruna Stakes and Urban Icon is the one to beat.
The Richard Hannon trained four year old is having his first run of the season and if he returns anything like he was in some hot contests last term, he takes this with ease.
He finished a narrow second at Epsom in the Listed Surrey Stakes and also finished a narrow fourth at Royal Ascot in the Grade Three Jersey Stakes which looks the best form on offer.
He is making his all weather debut but looks like the type that will handle the Tapeta surface.
His other runner of the day comes in the second race of the day just before Urban Icon and he sits on another of Richard Hannon's runners Embour and he has a live chance if returning to the form of his fifth in the Ayr Gold Cup.