Those out there thinking the jockeys championship is done and dusted after Frankie Dettori's incredible four-timer on Thursday afternoon, should have a second look at the standings.
Of course, the Italian will be a very short price to now be crowned champion jockey of the meeting with his winning rides already published in the book, but old advisory Ryan Moore has a handful of leading chances on Friday to close the gap.
With Dettori on six for the week, his closest pursuer is the first choice rider for Ballydoyle, who currently has half the amount with three.
An opening day double, matched with victory in the Windsor Castle Stakes with Southern Hills has kept Moore prominent, and with three favourites to look forward to on Friday, he definitely cannot be discounted just yet.
Ten Sovereigns, Japan and dual Guineas winner Hermosa are the three standouts for Moore for main boss Aidan O'Brien, but he will not be quick to forget the chance he has with Baghdad for Mark Johnston in the concluding Duke Of Edinburgh contest.
Of course, a couple more winners for Dettori on Day Four will leave Moore as well as Daniel Tudhope - also on three winners for the week, with an impossible task.
Tudhope carried the infamous white armband on Wednesday after hacking up on the likes of Lord Glitters and Addeybb on the opening day, but already had a book of rides at Ripon on Thursday to fulfil.
He will return to Ascot for Friday and Saturday to commence his pursuit on Dettori, but the bird may have already flown.
Jockeys James Doyle, Richard Kingscote, Oisin Murphy, Jim Crowley, Harry Bentley and Seamie Heffernan will all be hoping to add to their sole winners this week.