The big race of the meeting is of course the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe over 1 mile 4 furlongs and we have a win and each way selection for the richest Group One on turf.
We think there will only be one winner on Sunday and that will be the record breaking Enable for John Gosden.
The mare has raced 14 times in her career going on to win 13 of them and including all these victories, 10 of them came in Group One company spread across three different countries.
She is unbeaten in her last 12 races, looking at her peak even at the older age of five and there is no other horse in the world that can currently compete with her.
She is a horse in a million and what could possibly be her last ever run on a racecourse she is bidding to become the greatest flat horse to ever grace the sport.
Our each way punt the Andre Fabre trained Waldgesit who has won three Group One contests during his illustrious career with one of them coming on his first run of the season in the Prix Ganay beating rival Ghaiyyath comfortably at Longchamp.
He is a very versatile horse that has run to a fair standard on all different types of ground, having winning form on soft to good ground which always keeps him involved.
He won nicely last time over course and distance in the Group Two Prix Niel which gives him a nice lead into the contest that in he last two years he has finished fourth and third and should give another strong run.