MALABAR back on the distance ladder at Goodwood on Friday and limbered up for that assignment with a swinging canter on the all-weather at West Ilsley.
The talented filly did not get the trip when out of the money in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly last time.
Mick Channon runs her against colts in the Group Three Thoroughbred Stakes and that should prove much more her cup of tea.
LINCOLN not enjoyed the rub of the green and has been campaigned with industry by his connections.
He failed to menace in the International Stakes at Ascot but has come out of that well enough to have a crack at the Betfred Mile.
He is a horse that comes from behind and requires all the luck going, but after working well midweek he could surprise a few people competing from an OK
UNILIT well in some speed work ahead of what appears to be a hugely competitive nursery.
TIGERWOLF another juvenile worth a mention, and the son of Dream Ahead has worked well in the build-up to his introduction on Saturday.
GRATZIE plenty of ability and that's why Channon is running her in the Group Three Oak Tree Stakes.
She worked enterprisingly for that in midweek.
SHORE STEP in the Stewards' Cup consolation race and looks ready to fire after knocking on the door last time when his saddle slipped.
Sir Michael Stoute sent his workers to the Limekilns short gallop with the enigmatic MUNAASER out over six furlongs ahead of a Goodwood date on Friday.
The make and shape of the Betfred Mile should suit the Sheikh Hamdan-owned four-year-old, who looked unlucky in his latest outing at Sandown.
He covered six furlongs as part of a trio that also numbered HILLSTAR
All three will be on duty on the same Goodwood card, with Hillstar set for the mile-and-a-half Glorious Stakes.
Convey impressed in his maiden on the all-weather but is a late entrant to the current campaign.
He has scope for improvement at looks in good shape for his Group Three assignment, the Thoroughbred Stakes.
PETERHOF heading to the West Sussex course and he blew out with
He is not the most straightforward of characters, but definitely has ability.
PROVENANCE on good terms with herself in a solo spin.
CRYPTONYM next up, giving a tow to
ROYAL SEAL come back in trip after fading at Newbury and she was also unaccompanied in her work.
MUNAASER always been the easiest horse to predict, but the four-year-old pleased in his weekend work under the watchful eye of Sir Michael Stoute.
Those who backed him at Sandown last time can feel a little aggrieved at not collecting, as he tried to come from last to first in a bold run up the fence.
He finished with great gusto but was hampered at a vital stage.
CONVEY an eyecatching winner of his only 2014 start and is working well ahead of a planned Goodwood return.
MUSTARD to have benefited from a gelding operation.
A worker that often shows more at home than on the track, he looked in good fettle engaging in bridle work with the promising
The latter, a gigantic son of Dynaformer, is a fine long-term prospect who will win more races and should appreciate galloping tracks.
DANNYDAY another that didn't enjoy the rub of the green when heavily supported last time.
He worked resolutely with APPROACHING SQUALL, the upper hand at the business end.
PROVENANCE well at Royal Ascot but didn't produce her best when downgraded at Sandown. The small field didn't suit her, and she is better than the form suggests.