The first big race of the afternoon is the Group Three Renaissance Stakes over six furlongs and Art Power looks to have a big chance to get back on track in the race he won last year.
A superb horse over the years for Tim Easterby winning four races in a row at the start of his career including a big fielded handicap at Royal Ascot and the Group Three Lacken Stakes at Naas.
He then went to put up some superb placed/frame efforts as a three and four year old in races like the Sprint Cup Stakes, British Champion Sprint Stakes, Platinum Jubilee Stakes and July Cup.
He ended last year with a win at the Curragh in this race and then finished a good fourth in the British Champion Sprint Stakes again.
Seen twice this year when fourth over 7f at York in the Group Two Stakes behind Kinross who has franked the form but then chucked in a poor performance last time out at Haydock in the Sprint Cup.
Back into much calmer waters and being unbeaten in Ireland, he looks the one to beat.