Lockinge Stakes winner Night Of Thunder has top mile targets ahead, with the Sussex Stakes one potential jewel in his itinerary.
The feature of the Goodwood summer fixture is, with Qatar backing, one of the most coveted prizes in the world and Night Of Thunder's inclusion along with Gleneagles and Solow adds lustre to the race.
Toormore has fallen short in the Lockinge and Queen Anne, but not by that far.
He put in some pleasing work on the main all-weather strip and has shown a liking for Goodwood, though he has the versatility to be able to drop back to seven furlongs for the Lennox Stakes if necessary.
PEACOCK it hard work against Time Test at Royal Ascot but has come out of his race bucking and kicking.
The Queen's colt is another for whom opportunity awaits at Goodwood, while he shone in a strong piece of work on the main all-weather.
ILLUMINATE, Albany Stakes winner, is in equally good order and worked with great panache ahead of a possible bid at the Cherry Hinton Stakes at Newmarket.
That form looks very strong and Hannon has a potentially top-class filly on his hands in this unbeaten individual.
ROYAL SEAL beautifully on the Polytrack ahead of a return to the track at Haydock tomorrow.
The filly has endured complex training issues that affected the back end of her 2014 campaign, but ran well in defeat on her reappearance.
Lightly raced and with few miles on the clock, she has the ability to more than pay her way for the remainder of the current campaign.
MUNAASER breezed up the strip ahead of his race at Sandown.
Dane O'Neill the reins on Sir Michael Stoute's four-year-old, who was scuppered by a poor draw in the Hunt Cup.
HAKKA that impressive in breaking his maiden at Wolverhampton, but has room for improvement and looks to have a good opportunity stepping into handicap company tomorrow.
LINCOLN taken his first foray into Pattern company well and should be a member of Mick Channon's teams for the Newmarket July and Glorious Goodwood meetings.
He ran on steadily at the business end of the Criterion Stakes and seems to be operating as well as ever.
HARLEQUIN STRIKER in good heart breezing up the strip ahead of a weekend assignment.
Richard Hannon will field a potent team for the two-day Coral Eclipse meeting at Sandown, with BEACON of his chief protagonists.
Last season's dramatic Flying Childers Stakes winner floated up the main all-weather in some speed work today.
The Highclere Thoroughbred Racing-owned colt looks in good heart for the Group Three Coral Charge on Saturday.
It will be his third run on 2015, following on from two races in better company.
BLACK CHERRY a filly making fast progress and is a name to conjure with at the same meeting.
The daughter of Mount Nelson is on a hat-trick after impressive triumphs at Goodwood and Sandown.
As a course winner she will go into battle with all guns blazing for the Coral Distaff.
PACK TOGETHER not shown the same recent well-being but she looked in good heart breezing up the strip and could tackle the same race.
BALTIC KNIGHT be another Hannon raider in the Coral Challenge and has indicated with good work amongst seasoned stablemates that he is ready to come good at any time.
EJAAZAH a Dragon Stakes engagement on Friday. The lightly-raced individual did a pleasing midweek spin on sand and looks a leading player for the Listed contest.
MIRACLE NINETYNINE had a touch of 'seconditis' but will surely come good soon based on a good bit of work at the weekend.
TAQWAA also be taken seriously if going for a seven-furlong maiden on Friday's Sandown card.
BELGRADE another who has caught the eye, along with