All the Good was a bit of an afterthought when I was compiling my list to follow but he has more than earned his place with a couple of wins. He was always travelling smoothly in the 12 furlong handicap at Ascot this afternoon and reeled in another from our list, Ladies Best to win by a neck.
Later in the afternoon Irish raider Haatef showed that sprinting is very much his game with a fine win in the Group 2 Diadem.
Seb Sanders did his title chances no harm with a clutch of winners up at Musselburgh, including Tonnante for Sir Mark Prescott.
The opener at Bath (2.10) tomorrow has some interesting looking juveniles. Both Todber and Your Pleasure showed enough promise on their debut runs to warrant taking seriously.
The only runner of the day from our list to follow is Coup D’Etat in the 3.20 at Brighton. He has a pretty unimpressive strike rate but is dropped in grade here and should be on the premises. He is not one to put your shirt on though.