Racing's most talked about horse ESTIMATE very much in the spotlight when she worked on the Limekilns round gallop this morning.
Having tested positive for morphine due to what is believed to be a contaminated feed supply, last season's Gold Cup winner covered nine furlongs with SNOW SKY TOP TUG. three could be part of Sir Michael Stoute's Goodwood team next week.
Gordon Stakes-bound Snow Sky led the trio and as the jockeys got into the drive, he held Top Tug (Ryan Moore) by half a length, with the same distance back to Estimate.
Estimate is in the frame for the Goodwood Cup, having finished second in the Gold Cup before giving her positive sample.
A chunk of Richard Hannon's runners for Ascot and Goodwood have engaged in readying work with the emphasis on what can only be termed an embarrassment of riches in the juvenile division.
LEXINGTON TIMES a name to conjure with following his impressive triumph at Newmarket where he hardly saw another rival.
The colt was so impressive breaking his maiden that he will probably jump into Listed company next time, with Ascot's Winkfield Stakes a possibility.
ESTIDHKAAR taken his Superlative Stakes win in his stride and was like a coiled spring in his latest full stretch up the main all-weather.
IVAWOOD possibly the most developed of all the Hannon juveniles. He looked like a three-year-old when dominating his race at the July meeting and leading virtually from gate to wire.
He appears to have taken the race well and has races such as the Gimcrack in his sights.
OSAILA just out of the money in the Albany Stakes and then impressively opened her account at Doncaster. She is in top order and will take her chance in Saturday's Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot.
Sir Michael Stoute utilised three separate gallops on a busy morning when some of his Ascot and Goodwood horses were in action.
On the Round Gallop the spotlight fell on TELESCOPE
King George favourite Telescope continued working solo and looked in good heart as he came up the strip.
Gold Cup runner-up ESTIMATE well in herself as she engaged in a similar exercise ahead of the Goodwood Cup.
Next up was Gordon Stakes candidate SNOW SKY under Prince Khalid's retained jockey James Doyle led
Snow Sky looks to have done well since Royal Ascot and may develop into a St Leger candidate.
The last worker was RYE HOUSE also came up solo.
The action moved onto the Trial Ground where a number of two-year-olds went through their paces.
Finally the Stoute show moved onto the Short Gallop where BRAGGING