TOO DARN HOT heads a area of eight for the Dante Stakes at York on Thursday.
Final season’s two-year-old champ was pressured to overlook the 2000 Guineas after struggling a minor setback.
However he’s on the right track to make his reappearance within the Group 2 over 1m2.5f, which is the final main trial for the Derby.
Aidan O’Brien has dominated the Basic trials to this point this spring and he’ll depend on the highly-regarded Japan on the Knavesmire.
The Galileo colt makes his first aggressive begin since touching off stablemate Mount Everest within the Beresford Stakes at Naas in September.
Godolphin hopes relaxation on the Charlie Appleby-trained Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf winner Line Of Responsibility.
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Roger Varian saddles the 14-length Newcastle winner Surfman, whereas Hughie Morrison is represented by the spectacular Windsor winner Telecaster.
John Gosden will run Turgenev alongside Too Darn Scorching, whereas Almania and Nayef Highway characterize Sir Michael Stoute and Mark Johnston respectively.
The opposite Group 2 on the cardboard, the Middleton Stakes, has attracted a area of six fillies and mares.
The runners are headed by Lah Ti Dar, Too Darn Scorching’s sister who was second in final 12 months’s St Leger.
Closing fields and odds for Thursday’s options
Too Darn Scorching 6-Four
Line Of Responsibility Eight-1
Nayef Highway 22-1
Lah Ti Dar Four-9
Mrs Sippy Eight-1
Solar Maiden 14-1
Queen Of Time 40-1
Group-race common Nyaleti has been declared by Mark Johnston.
Frankel filly Solar Maiden, who’s a half-sister to the good Noon, steps up in school on her return to motion.
The sphere is accomplished by Mrs Sippy, Rawdaa and Queen Of Time.