The horse we believe can take the Group One Prix Maurice De Gheest is the British raider Golden Horde for trainer Clive Cox and although this could be his toughest test to date he is as quick as any of them.
This race comes down to tactics and being drawn in 10 should give him the outside angle into the race and not being caught in traffic if the field does bunch.
The three year has been a star sprinter for the yard that has also had Harry Angel and Lethal Force and this colt if winning this race will be put in the same bracket as them.
As a juvenile he landed the Group Two Gordon Stakes and then went on to finish a narrow second in the Middle Park Stakes to Earthlight who he faces on Sunday.
He seems to have come on a huge amount during the winter and now a year older has already won the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot.
He stayed on well for third in the July Cup last time out but that should set him up nicely for this extra half furlong and at 5/1 he looks the value in the market.