The Betfred Heritage Handicap over five furlongs kicks off the ITV action and the Ascot card, and the field is rather large so we have whittled it down to two selections.
Firstly, Eeh Bah Gum - although winless in 2019, has improved from his 2018 form where he did prevail five times, four of which in a row at the start of the season.
Up in class this year, his front-running efforts have seen him finish fourth in the Dash at Epsom, and more progression could be on the way on this stiffer track.
Secondly, Blue De Vega - who finished one place better in the Dash than Eeh Bah Gum last month, returns to Ascot for the first time since his course and distance victory twelve months ago on the King George card.
He poses an unbeaten record at the Berkshire venue and has been running well this year without a victory.
Both our selections could go close to ending that wait here.