Soviet Song can enhance her already glittering CV by winning a third consecutive UAE Equestrian Racing Federation Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.
The six-year-old daughter of Marju is a class act over a mile, landing a ninth victory in only 20 career starts when capturing the Group Two Windsor Forest Stakes at Royal Ascot last month.
Soviet Song was sent off favourite for this contest 12 months ago and although there was no pace in the race she came home with a strong late charge to beat Alexander Goldrun by two and a half lengths.
Clearly out of the top drawer, James Fanshawe's mare should be able to take her winning sequence into double figures today.
The Jeremy Nosedatrained Sander Camillo looks the one to be on in the Group Two Chippenham Lodge Stud Cherry Hinton Stakes.
Having cost 160,000 guineas as a yearling, she was fancied to make a winning start over six furlongs at Newmarket in May.
But the going that day was soft and she did not really seem to appreciate it, finish-ing five lengths behind the well-regarded Bicoastal.
With big expectations on a quicker surface, Sander Camillo was backed into favouritism for the Group Three Albany Stakes over six furlongs at Royal Ascot last month. She won in authoritative fashion by almost two lengths from Silk Blossom.
Clearly a filly with a touch of class, she is once again partnered by Frankie Dettori and the pair are sure to take a world of beating.
Recent results have suggested that Pat Eddery's horses are running into form so it would come as no surprise if Garafena opened her account in the Kleinwort Benson Maiden Stakes.
Second in each of her last two races over this trip, she ran particularly well at New-bury last time when chasing home Kaylianni - beaten only half a length at the finish. If Garafena fails to break her duck soon and she could be well worth waiting for in Newmarket's closing event.
William Muir's Matuza looks a good thing in the Amigo Handicap at Kempton. Just pipped by Prince Tamino on his last outing at Windsor, there will be nothing of that class here.
At Lingfield, Lady Tavern-er's consistency can be rewarded in the Rydon Fillies' Handicap while Me And Mine is not without ability and should be up to the task in the Malton Suite Selling Stakes at Catterick.
New Time, trained by Jonjo O'Neill, also has every chance of success in the Rich-ard Wright Memorial Handicap Chase at Worcester.