The Group Two Greenlands Stakes over six furlongs is a quality event and the British raider Glen Shiel could be a class above this field if fully tuned up for this event.
The seven year old gelding came on leaps and bounds last season, starting the term off as a handicapper and ending it as a Group One winner.
Having won a Conditions Stakes at Newcastle on the all weather, he then went to the Curragh on softish ground and landed the Group Three Phoenix Sprint Stakes.
The improvement was remarkable as he then headed to Haydock for his first try in Group One company and he finished a good second to Dream Of Dreams In the Sprint Cup Stakes.
Progressing again, on his final run of last season he managed to Give Archie Watson, Hollie Doyle and himself their first Group One victory when narrowly taking the British Champion Sprint Stakes at Ascot.
His best form has come on soft ground and getting his perfect conditions, dropping down in trip, he looks the one to beat.