We are starting with one of the six winners for owner Hamdan Al Maktoum across the five days and Khaloosy who went clear by five lengths in the Britannia Stakes looks a horse with a bundles of potential going forward.
The Roger Varian trained grey had only raced twice before he started his season off at Royal Ascot and he had finished a good second at Newcastle on debut and then got off the mark at the second time of asking at Wolverhampton.
Having been pushed up to a mile on his final start he did the same again on the Thursday of the royal meeting and gave one of the most breathtaking turns of foot of the week.
The son of Dubawi looked like a Group horse in a handicap with plenty of scope to progress, whether that be over a mile or further but his turn of foot would suggest a mile is his trip.
The sectionals of his final few furlongs were outstanding and could see him mix it with some of the best runners at that distance.