One of the best bets of the afternoon from Ascot comes in the Listed Paradise Stakes over a mile and from what My Prospero did last season he should not be beat here.
A model of consistency last term the son of Iffraaj was seen five times, making his seasonal debut in a Maiden Stakes at Newbury when comfortably beating Britannia Stakes winner Thesis.
Kept at a mile for the Listed Heron Stakes at Sandown he was a very convincing winner of the event ahead of Reach For The Moon.
Stepped up massively in class to the Group One St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot he ran a cracker to finish third in a photo finish behind Coroebus and Lusail in a great race.
Sent to France when next seen up in trip to 1m2f he got back to winning ways when taking the Group Two Prix Eugene Adam, taking to the softer conditions.
Last seen at Ascot at the back end of last term in the Group One Champion Stakes over 1m2f, he ran the best race of his career to finish a narrow third behind Bay Bridge and Adayar, managing to finish ahead of the superstar Baaeed.
Ground is no issue in this event, he drops in class to a Listed event and having showed his ability at a mile the drop in trip should be no problem.
He is a short price for a reason and looks tough to beat.