In the Group Two Sapphire Stakes over five furlongs we like the look of the Johnny Murtagh trained Measure Of Magic, who might just have some of the stand out form on offer.
The three year old filly heads into this event getting weight off the majority of the field, but she also has the secret weapon of being versatile on both quick and slow ground.
The daughter of Kodi Bear has been a superb sprinter for the yard over the last year or so, being highly consistent as a juvenile and carrying that on into this term.
She made her seasonal debut at Navan in April over 6f and in a good Listed event she managed to see off the likes of Logo Hunter and Lipizzaner, who she could take on again.
The filly made it back to back wins at Cork next time out taking out a superb Listed event and then last time having been stepped up to Group One company she as a bold third on heavy ground in the Group One Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.
Her first two wins this season came on good and her latest smart third came on heavy, so whatever the surface she looks a big contender dropping back into this Group Two