Brian Meehan's fast-improving inmate Red Rocks is a notable entry in the Petros Rose Of Lancaster Stakes at Haydock this Saturday.

The Galileo colt was last seen chasing home Rail Link in the Group One Grand Prix de Paris, having previously finished runner-up to Papal Bull in the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot.

And while he has pleased connections since his last outing, the three-year-old is not guaranteed to line up at the weekend.

"He is a possible runner at this moment and the decision to run is entirely up to Brian Meehan," explained Jamie McCalmont, racing manager to owner Paul Reddam.

"He's come out of his French race absolutely fine and is in good order.

"The winner won fair and square last time but we had to make the running which wasn't ideal.

"We would like there to be plenty of pace in his next race so that could decide where we go with him.

"He seems to like quick ground and is proven on soft ground so he's a versatile horse.

"We're aiming towards the St Leger and we think he has the stamina, but you just don't know at this stage.

"On the form he's shown, if he runs at Haydock on Saturday then he's got to have a very good chance."

Michael Jarvis' promising four-year-old Hinterland could also take a chance in Saturday's £75,000 race.

The Danzig colt would be stepping up in trip to a mile and a quarter for the first time if making the starting line-up in the Group Three contest.

He was last seen finishing ninth behind Dabbers Ridge when having to race from an unfavourable draw in the valuable totesport International at Ascot.

Hinterland had previously landed competitive handicaps at Epsom and Sandown and finished fourth to Cesare in the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot on June 21.

"Hinterland has a few options at present and the Rose Of Lancaster would be a new distance for him, but he would have a chance of getting the trip on pedigree," Jarvis explained.

"He was drawn on the wrong side last time and the seven furlongs was a bit sharp for him, but he seems in good form, although he never shows you that much.

"He's having a good year and I think he's probably still improving."

The Newmarket-based handler has also entered Notability in the upcoming contest but he seems likely to take his chance in a handicap earlier on the card.

"Notability wants cut in the ground and could go instead for the one mile handicap on the same card (Malcolm Presc ott 60th Birthday Handicap)."

* Shane Kelly faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a suspected fractured hip after a fall at Bath yesterday.

The jockey was unseated from Jamie Osborne's Piano Player in the World Bet Exchange - Handicap and was immediately taken to the Royal United Hospital in Bath.

The incident occurred after second-placed Signal Hill, ridden by 5lb claimer Liam Jones, was adjudged to have drifted right, leaving Kelly short of room.