Joe Janiak hopes Australian speedster Takeover Target can complete a memorable big-race double by winning the Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
Having followed compatriot Choisir by winning the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot, the Celtic Swing geld-ing ran another blinder in the Golden Jubilee Stakes four days later.
Although Takeover Target was third behind Les Arcs on t hat occasion, Janiak reported his seven-year-old to be in top form before the sixfurlong test, where he is drawn in stall one of 17 runners.
He said yesterday: "I'm happy with him and he's in good form. Ascot went well and he is great after it. Jockey Jay Ford is happy and I think the draw looks good."
Takeover Target is VC Bet's 4-1 favourite to win the July Cup, won last year by Hughie Morrison's Pastoral Pursuits.
The market is seemingly dominated by antipodean raiders as Falkirk - who is trained by Lee Freedman and will be ridden by Johnny Murtagh - is second favourite after he finished fourth and only a length behind Janiak's charge in the King's Stand.
Godolphin also expect Iffraaj to shine in the Group One event.
The five-year-old will be making his second appearance of the year after he ran with credit at Royal Ascot last month.
Saeed bin Suroor's son of Zafonic finished seventh behind Les Arcs in the Golden Jubilee Stakes, having raced prominently before tiring in the closing stages.
Last year's Wokingham winner, a former inmate of Michael Jarvis' yard, has reportedly gone from strength to strength since the Royal meeting and will be ridden by Frankie Dettori for a second time.
Golden Jubilee Stakes winner Les Arcs also takes his chance for burgeoning handler Tim Pitt.
The six-year-old held on for a neck verdict from Kevin Ryan's Balthazaar's Gift - who reopposes as long as there is sufficient rain - to land the Group One feature.
John Egan again takes the mount on Les Arcs, who has delighted Pitt since Ascot while David Nicholls, who savoured victory in the 2002 July Cup with Continent, looks to have another major player in Moss Vale.
In the King's Stand the five-year-old finished eighth behind Takeover Target when sent off the 5-1 favourite.
Prior to that, however, Moss Vale looked the real deal when winning a Group Three at the Curragh before defeating Benbaun in a Group Two at Chantilly on his penultimate outing.
Nicholls senior will be double-handed as 2005 Stew-ards' Cup winner Gift Horse also takes his chance in the hands of Eddie Ahern.