Selection - Wembley

The final Group One of the British flat season is the Vertem Futurity Stakes over a mile and having been won by superstars like Kameko, Saxon Warrior and Magna Grecia in the past, we are on the search for the next potential horse just like them.

Wembley is Aidan O'Brien's leading contender in the race and the handler has a cracking record in the race winning it twice in the last three years.

This two year old has been fairly consistent to date running six times, winning once and placing in all of his other five races.

Having got off the mark three starts ago at Roscommon it looks as though soft or heavy ground could be the best surface for this colt .

However, he has been versatile running well on good ground aswell, having finished second behind Thunder Moon in the Group One National Stakes at The Curragh.

That set him perfectly for a huge run in the Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket when a narrow second to stablemate St Mark's Basilica and that offers the best form heading into what looks a weak renewal of the race.

Horses of Interest

One Ruler - One Ruler will look to do the business for the Charlie Appleby who will be looking to land his first ever winner in the race and it does look as though the top two in the market will be fighting it out for the spoils.

The two year old has been seen four times this season winning twice and placing in his other two races, showing a superb turn of foot on both good and soft ground.

After finishing a good third at Doncaster over seven furlongs behind New Mandate in the Listed Flying Scotsman Stakes, he stepped up to the Group Three Autumn Stakes at Newmarket last time out and now is given his chance at the top level.

King Vega - The Andrew Balding trained runner has only been seen twice this term and finished second on both his outings to date.

What makes this horse likeable in the market is that he is represented by the same Jockey and trainer that won the race last year, with a very similar profile to Kameko.

King Vega finished second last time out at Sandown behind the likeable Etonian in the Group Three Solari Stakes for Richard Hannon, and that juvenile recently stepped up to Group One company.