The feature event of the afternoon at Newbury is the Group Three Greenham Stakes over seven furlongs and Angel Bleu for Ralph Beckett looks the class angle in the race.
Winning five of his eight events last term, having some top class form and the most experience heading into this race he looks the one to beat.
Third to Gubbass on debut last term he then went on to win back to back events at Salisbury and Pontefract handling both good and soft ground.
Running no race in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot he was stepped up to seven furlongs and suited it perfectly finishing a narrow second to New Science in a Listed event.
Getting his preferred soft ground next time out he landed the G2 Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood and backed that up at ParisLongchamp when taking the G1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere on Arc weekend.
He rounded off last season taking back to back Group 1s stepping up to a mile in the Criterium International at Saint-Cloud and revelling in the extra distance and soft ground.
The colt is by far the most accomplished horse in the field and although he may like it softer his form on good ground is still good enough against this field and if not needing the run is a nice bet.
He has big targets this season with either the French or English 2000 Guineas on his agenda and if wanting to go close in them he will be hoping to win this.