Selection - Nazeef

The Group One Prix Jean Romanet, although slightly overlooked when compared to the Prix Morny it still looks a very hot contest and Nazeef for John Gosden looks the stand out chance.

The Hamdan Al Maktoum owned four year old is one of the most progressive fillies in training having landed six of her last seven races, getting better and better with each run.

Having shown plenty of ability as a youngster it has been this season that she has shown her best form, landing the Group Two Duke Of Cambridge Stakes and from that stepping up to the Group One Falmouth Stakes and beating another good field.

She finished third last time out when chucked into a hot Nassau Stakes at Glorious Goodwood, but stayed on well late in the day to suggest another go at 1 mile 2 furlongs will do the trick.

Horses To Follow

Bolleville - Joseph O'Brien has a runner in this one with the four year old filly and although needing to improve she looks a highly progressive type that will enjoy the heavy conditions.

She has ran twice this season, finishing third on seasonal debut in May for Pascal Barry and then she was moved to O'Brien's yard and got off the mark at the first time of asking in a listed event at Leopardstown.

Three starts ago she landed a 10 furlong Listed event at Saint-Cloud in heavy conditions and she might fair better than most in the mud.

Nausha - The other runner of some interest is the Francis-Henri Graffard trained Nausha who is a huge mud lover winning last time out at Vichy on soft ground.

She will need to come on for that again to get involved but the conditions.