Campanelle has a huge chance in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf over a mile on a day where Wesley Ward could have a few winners.
The two year old has been the shining light for the yard this season and the juvenile made her debut at Gulfstream on firm ground and went on to bolt up in a decent field and unlike previous seasons she was one of few Ward runners to get off the mark at the first time of asking.
She was then sent to Royal Ascot in the Group Two Queen Mary Stakes over five furlongs and beat a solid field of runners and the form has since been franked with second, third, fourth and fifth all running credible races since.
She aswell franked the form of that race when landing the Group One Prix Morny at Deauville on her last start, with her showing her versatility on heavy ground, beating another smart field.
Ward considered a return to Britain for last month’s Cheveley Park Stakes, but decided to wait for this event and has and she has a huge chance of extending her unbeaten run to four races if handling the step up in trip.