TWILIGHT SON been green-lighted for a giant step up the class ladder and will defend his unbeaten record in the Haydock summer feature, the Betfred Sprint Cup.
Henry Candy's progressive colt was last seen landing a handicap at York in the middle of June, but was forced to miss a subsequent engagement when suffering from sore heels.
He will therefore return from an enforced lay-off, but his work with a recent winner midweek suggests he is fighting fit for his biggest task so far.
LIMATO in line to join in but is has been decided the ground is too soft again.
He came from off the pace to do his best work at the finish of the Commonwealth Cup and Candy plans to step him up to seven furlongs in the Park Stakes at Doncaster.
He worked separately from Twilight Son, pleasing in a solo spin.
Andrew Balding can surely win a race or two with HERE COMES WHEN looked sure to win a Group Three at Goodwood until being worried out of what looked certain victory.
He is not straightforward, but has come out of his race well, and likes the easy conditions he will enjoy through the autumn.
DARK SHOT a name to conjure with from this stable, and moved well in his midweek spin ahead of a race at Kempton.
He displayed plenty of ability on his second start at Salisbury.
With the Limekilns closed, Sir Michael Stoute took his workers to the Long Hill grass where INTEGRAL her stuff.
She came along in a solo spin having been off since disappointing at Royal Ascot. She has been troubled by a foot problem that prevented her contesting the Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.
TOP TUG another solo worker. He ran well to trouble the judge in a competitive handicap at York and his sights may be set on a similar contest at Newbury later in the month.
ABSEIL not had a straightforward time since Epsom but is on his way back and enjoyed himself in a solo spin.
HILLSTAR be in action through the autumn seeking a first success of 2015. He also moved nicely in solo work.
SHOAL well to a point when thrown in the deep end at York. She was another to come up the strip alone.
Richard Hannon worked a bunch of horses that are lined up for weekend duty including CANFORD CROSSING, looks set for a trip to Kempton.
A of rookie stallion Canford Cliffs, Canford Crossing looked in good order breezing up the main strip and will take solid credentials to post.
Gibeon delivered in smooth fashion at Goodwood to become one of Richard Hughes' last winners.
He then ran well in a Listed race at Windsor last week, while Shell Bay has gone from strength to strength, including scoring at the Shergar Cup meeting where he gained valuable experience of the course.
DARK FOREST grazed the woodwork last time and is giving every sign of being capable of going one better.
ALTARSHEED a very interesting possibility for the mile maiden at Kempton on Friday after showing abundant promise on his debut for champion owner Sheikh Hamdan al Maktoum.
He has clearly gone forward and will know more of what is required.
BAY OF ST MALO getting more streetwise with racing and worked encouragingly ahead of the seven-furlong conditions race at the same track.
STROKE OF MIDNIGHT take a string of seconds to post at Ascot but is too good to remain a maiden for long and moved zestfully in her midweek stretch.
NINJAGO enjoyed the rub of the green but has the ability to net a decent handicap before the end of the season.