The first selection on the final day of the Cambridgeshire meeting comes in the prestigious Group Two Royal Lodge Stakes that over the years has thrown out some superb winners.
2000 Guineas winner Coroebus won the event last year before landing the Classic and we think stablemate Flying Honours can go on and do a similar thing.
Making his debut in July at Newmarket over 7f, he was fourth in a decent maiden learning a lot for the experience as next time out he got off the mark in emphatic fashion at Sandown, going clear by nearly 10 lengths.
Stepped up to a mile next time out at Salisbury, also stepping up into Listed company, he made a mockery of the field again.
The form of that event has been franked in a big way with the second Stormbuster for Andrew balding since winning a good conditions stakes at Newbury by five lengths.
Very progressive type that should be tough to beat on form.