Sir Michael Stoute divided his workers, with some heading to the Al Bahathri Polytrack and others to the Limekilns round gallop.
HILLSTAR a name to conjure with after starting his road back to the track with some routine work on the all-weather on Saturday morning.
A Ascot winner in 2013, he rounded off last year's campaign with a resounding triumph in the Grade One Canadian International at Woodbine.
Plans to travel him to Hong Kong had to be aborted when he contracted pneumonia.
However, the five-year-old looks in good order and travelled up sweetly in single file with CALL OUT LOUD
Disegno went down fighting on the Roodee and looks like forming part of his trainer's Royal Ascot team.
Finally, the filly PROVENANCE up the strip solo.
On the round gallop CONSORT up for the Heron Stakes at Sandown on Thursday evening with a pleasing stretch with STRAVAGANTE. one-time 2000 Guineas favourite looks ready for his belated seasonal return.
MUTASAYYID been giving out positive signals and the same was true in his winding-up gallop for a valuable Haydock assignment over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The Richard Hannon-trained colt, winner of two of his three career starts for Hamdan Al Maktoum, gave short shrift to his lead horse ahead of the Silver Bowl and is clearly in cracking form.
The fact that he got home by an inch at Newmarket last time assured the assessor didn't overreact.
FRANCISCO a lightly raced colt with scope for improvement off just two career starts.
He was easy to back, yet showed battling qualities to get home in a photo last time.
After breezing beautifully up the strip, Francisco could go for a spring handicap at Windsor, where Hannon has such a phenomenal record.
ACASTER MALBIS looked a more confident horse since breaking his maiden and could run in a three-year-old handicap in the next few days.
Hannon sent some juveniles out to work at various parts of his base including RECEDING WAVES, makes abundant interest on Monday.
The son of the team's crack miler Dick Turpin has done well since troubling the judge on what was an eyecatching debut.
BOURNEMOUTH BELLE equally well on her debut at Windsor and looked bright and alert in her breeze ahead of the fillies' maiden at Goodwood.
GROUND CONTROL another who has greatly benefited from a first racecourse experience and should be out soon.
Sir Gordon Brunton has enjoyed dream ownership with ROYAL WARRANTY under the expert tutelage of Andrew Balding has obtained frame finishes in each of her seven career starts.
The daughter of Derby winner Sir Percy worked well at Kingsclere midweek ahead of a trip to Goodwood.
This strong stayer galloped out in eyecatching style on her latest visit to the grass above Park House Stables and seems in top form for her weekend assignment.
RAWAKI a Listed race in his sights at Goodwood and he also looked happy and alert in his work.
The seven-year-old troubled the judge staying on well at the finish of his comeback race at Ascot. Now he needs to better that in a similar race.
ZANETTO in some pleasing speed work and should run well in the sprint handicap at Goodwood on Friday.
On his only 2015 start he went down fighting in a competitive heat at Newmarket.
Having been dropped by the assessor last year, he now looks on a competitive mark from which to operate.
DESERT COMMAND heads to that riverside course, and looked strong at the end of his faster work.