One Horse, One Jockey And One Trainer To Follow On Day Two

Horse - New Graduate

New Graduate has been very well supported in the lead-up to the meeting for the carefully-named Royal Hunt Cup for trainer James Tate.

Tate has Invincible Army to prepare for in the Diamond Jubilee on the Saturday in these colours, but will know he has a golden opportunity in one of the leading Heritage Handicaps of the campaign, to succeed with a Royal winner.

New Graduate - a four-year-old colt out of New Approach was initially meant to be ridden by PJ McDonald, however Frankie Dettori has now been booked.

Very lightly raced, he has won two of his four starts, and finished second in both the others including on debut at Thirsk.

One appearance this season, and he absolutely bolted up at Ripon in a Class 3 Handicap, demonstrating he was far too good for that level, and has been assisted by the form being franked subsequently.

Favourites usually do not fare well in contests like these, but he could be a good one, and further market support could be on the horizon.

New Graduate; a horse to definitely watch out for on Day Two.

Jockey - James Doyle

After all the drama overshadowing Masar's clash with Sea Of Class in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot on Wednesday, James Doyle can look forward to riding William Haggas's star filly as Charlie Appleby has opted to send his Derby winner to the Hardwicke Stakes instead.

Sea Of Class finished second in last year's Arc to Enable despite swooping through the field up the straight, and is set to make her first appearance on Wednesday since that outstanding effort at Longchamp where she was unlucky not to prevail.

Arguably the best horse of the Doyler's career, it would have been a big loss to the Godolphin retained rider had he not re-partnered up with her, but is just one of several fascinating prospects for the 31-year-old to look forward to, particularly on Wednesday.

Pretty Baby represents another for William Haggas - this time in the Duke Of Cambridge Stakes, who won very impressively at Lingfield on return.

Of his Godolphin chances, he has ride in each of the other races on Day Two excluding the last, and Jalmoud is probably the best of those in the Queen's Vase, who was a Listed 1m4f winner in France last time out.

He will climb aboard Theory Of Time in the Queen Mary half an hour earlier, before joining up with Key Victory in the penultimate contest at 5:00pm.

Trainer - Wesley Ward

Without an entry on Tuesday, American trainer Wesley Ward can look forward to sending out four horse's on Wednesday afternoon, which will be the first opportunity of the meeting to see what the hype is about surrounding his two-year-olds.

Kimari and Anna's Fast head to the Day Two opener - the Queen Mary, which Ward won a few years ago with future Kings Stand winner Lady Aurelia.

Ten Broeck Farm's juvenile [Kimari] won on her opening start at Keeneland at short odds, and despite dwelling at the start, went on to win impressively by fifteen lengths.

Anna's Fast's performance however has been much more documented, even winning by a lesser margin, there certainly looks more to come given her pedigree and relations.

Either of which could provide a turn up for the overseas challenger, who then has Karak and Foolish Humour later on - much less known quantities in the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes.

Karak and Foolish Humour are both unbeaten after successes on debut at Belmont Park, and will be ridden by Tyler Gaffalione and John Velazquez respectively.