The big race on Saturday was of course the July Cup Stakes at Newmarket and the sprint contest over six furlongs saw a superb performance from the Aidan O'Brien trained Ten Sovereigns.
After last season, when he came back for his three year old campaign, many punters thought that the six furlong to a mile division could see a knew superstar after as a two year old being unbeaten and landing the Group 1 Middle park Stakes at Newmarket.
The son of No Nay Never started this season in the 2000 Guineas and after being heavily backed finished fifth in the 19 strong field and it looked like the step up to a mile was to far.
At Royal Ascot O'Brien dropped him back to his preferred six furlongs, but again he disappointed finishing fourth in the Group 1 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.
Many were now thinking that just like Too Darn Hot, this horse would be not be the same as a three year old but how wrong they were.
At Newmarket he got back to his best seeing off a strong field of sprinters including Group 1 winners and showed that he has to be feared again for the rest of the season.
Again it was another masterstroke from Aidan O'Brien who picked up his fifth win in the contest whilst also landing back to back successes.