The feature race of the afternoon is the Group One 2000 Guineas with the first Classic of the season seeing 15 runners head to post and Native Trail is the one to beat.
We can't look past the favourite Native Trail in this one with the Charlie Appleby trained animal now unbeaten in all five starts and having shown his class on three year old debut, he has obviously trained on.
As last year's champion two year old, he landed four races including a maiden at Sandown, the Group Two Superlative Stakes at Newmarket, his first Group One in the National Stakes at the Curragh and he round the season off by taking his second top flight race in the Dewhurst Stakes.
Hoping he would be just as good or event better as a three year old he returned in his prep run for this event over the Guineas course and distance in the G3 Craven Stakes and having taken a little time to get going he powered away from a nice horse in Claymore.
This is his trickiest task to date with dangers all around him but with Buick picking him and his record to date, he is very hard to overlook.