The poet’s flame will face a maximum of 11 opponents on Wednesday at the Qatar Sussex Stakes in Goodwood.
Guinea champion Jim Bolger has already run five times this season, but appears to be thriving in a race that has been judged on his sensitive results in the St. James Palace stock in January by the Royal Ascot.
With the star of the Miller Palace, as expected, after unsatisfactory blood results, Poetic Flare is a red favorite that will be added to his first score next week.
Aidan O’Brien holds a strong hand, and the Mill Cup winner was confirmed by the Australian Order of Merit and second queen Anne Lope Yu Fernandez along with two other teammates at Battlegown and Wembley.
Two top-notch films are in dispute, trained with Snow Lantern Richard Hannon and Andrew Balding Alcohol Free, which is likely to renew the competition. Alcohol Free came out on top in the Coronation Pillars, but Snow Lantern returned to form in Falmouth at Newmarket.
Hannah could also appeal to Chindit, Charlie Hills will saddle the Summer Mile winner Tilsit, and Dukhail was led by leading French coach Andre Fabre through the channel.
Dream of the Century (Simon and Ed Crisford) and Space Travel (Richard Faye) are other promising.
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