Harry Angel set for the Sprint
Harry Angel leads a classy field of 13 for the Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Clive Cox's speedball has already beaten his elders twice this season, in the July Cup at Newmarket and the Sprint Cup at Haydock.
His opponents will be clinging to the fact that the only three defeats in his career have all been at Ascot.
Last year's winner The Tin Man, Harry Angel's Commonwealth Cup conqueror Caravaggio and Karl Burke's filly Quiet Reflection will all have their supporters.
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Big Orange and Order Of St George face a rematch in the Qipco Long Distance Cup following their thrilling duel for the Gold Cup in June.
St Leger third Stradivarius, Doncaster Cup winner Desert Skyline and Mount Moriah represent the younger generation.
Duretto, royal runner Dartmouth and last year's winner Sheikhzayedroad road are also among a field of 13.
Journey defends her crown in the Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes but she must take on Bateel, who had her measure in the Prix Vermeille.
Left Hand and The Juliet Rose add further strength in depth to the French challenge, while Journey's trainer John Gosden also runs Coronet and The Black Princess.
Aidan O'Brien is represented by Hydrangea and Wild Irish Rose, with Park Hill winner Alyssa and Andrew Balding's Horseplay completing the 10-runner field.
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