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If agreed by the International Handicappers this week, Golden Horn will be the highest-rated horse in the world.
The Qatar Goodwood Cup is next on the agenda for Simenon following another tremendous effort in defeat at Royal Ascot.
Arod is an intended runner in the Fred Cowley MBE Memorial Summer Mile at Ascot on Saturday.
Tom Messenger appears increasingly likely to appeal against the 10-day suspension imposed by the Worcester stewards for his ride on the unplaced Crosslanes on Monday.
John Gosden's unbeaten Mahsoob is among eight declarations for Thursday's Princess of Wales's Stakes at Newmarket.
Luca Cumani has yet to decide whether to run Ajman Bridge, Mount Logan or possibly both in Saturday's 56th John Smith's Cup at York.
Peter Schiergen is in no rush to commit Nutan to a run in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe following his devastating victory in Sunday's German Derby.
Tim Easterby would like to see some rain before committing Mattmu to Saturday's Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
John Oxx admits he would prefer to have an extra week before launching My Titania back into the fray in the Kilboy Estate Stakes on Sunday week.
Chris Waller has his eyes set on Darley July Cup glory after watching Brazen Beau go through his paces in Newmarket on Monday morning.
Irish trainer-and-jockey combination Adrian Keatley and Sean Corby stole the show at Ayr with two and three winners respectively at the Scottish circuit.
It is just five short years since former National Hunt jockey David O'Meara saddled his first winner but with a yard now bulging at the seams, it is hard to remember an ascent up the training ranks as quick as his.
John Gosden would not be concerned if Golden Horn was forced into making the running again following his victory from the front in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown on Saturday.
Impressive Irish Derby winner Jack Hobbs could have his next run in France after the Prix Niel was mentioned as a potential target by trainer John Gosden. The Clarehaven handler said the mile-and-half Group Two at Longchamp on September 13 could act as a stepping-stone for the three-year old before the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe over course and distance a month later.
Mahsoob is set to be John Gosden's major hope for the Princess of Wales's Arqana Racing Club Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.