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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
14 Bay Knight (IRE)
6 b g Johannesburg (USA) - Sabeline (IRE) (Caerleon (USA))
20-0008 Scuderia Vita Bella
J S Moore
Winner of six races from 5f to 7f on good and heavy ground and on the all-weather. Beaten 10l behind Palace Moon at 40-1 when eighth of 15 on his latest outing at Newbury over 6f (good to soft) last month.
23 Dubai Dynamo (GB)
7 b g Kyllachy - Miss Mercy (IRE) (Law Society (USA))
353515 The Bottom Liners
James P Sullivan
Mrs R Carr
Has won ten races from 6f to 1m on ground varying from good to firm to good to soft and on the all-weather. Finished 3l behind Emilio Largo when fifth of 8 at 3-1jt-fav on his latest outing at Ripon over 1m (good to firm) last month.
32 Invisible Man (GB)
6 ch g Elusive Quality (USA) - Eternal Reve (USA) (Diesis)
S bin Suroor
He has won four times at 1m on good to firm and good ground, but last win was over two years ago. Beaten 3 1/2l by Musir when second of 8 on his latest outing in the Group 2 Tokapi Trophy at Veliefendi over 1m (good) in September last year.
46 Rodrigo De Torres (GB)
5 ch g Bahamian Bounty - Leonica (Lion Cavern (USA))
60-4220 Mr M Gittins & Mrs E Burke
Mrs K Burke
Successful at 6f and 7f on good to firm and good ground, but last win was over two years ago. Well beaten at 20-1 behind Global Village when last of 24 on his latest outing at Ascot over 7f (soft) last month.
55 St Moritz (IRE)
6 b g Medicean - Statua (IRE) (Statoblest)
22-60D6 Mr Billy Hughes
Winner of six races from 7f to 1m 2f on good to firm and good ground and on the all-weather. Finished 10l behind Side Glance when last of 6 at 11-1 on his latest outing in the Group 3 Investec Diomed Stakes at Epsom over 1m (good) earlier this month.
61 Graphic (IRE)
3 ch c Excellent Art - Follow My Lead (Night Shift (USA))
4120-35 The Royal Ascot Racing Club
Successful twice at 7f on good to firm ground and on the all-weather. Finished 10l behind Tullius when fifth of 15 at 20-1 on his latest outing at Newmarket over 1m 1f (good to soft) last month.
2010 Royal Hunt Cup winner Invisible Man hasn't been sighted since signing off last year with a Group 2 second in Turkey but rates the one to beat if putting his best foot forward. With the benefit of a recent run to his name, however, RODRIGO DE TORRES shades the vote. Elaine Burke's charge failed to give his true running at Ascot latest but wouldn't be the first horse to flop at that venue and bounce back. His previous 7f form this season entitles him to respect and if the step up in trip can spark a return to form, he's expected to go close. St Moritz disappointed at Epsom last time but is another who could show improved form now back on a conventional track.