Celebrity filly Love stays heading in the right direction for the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Final yr’s 1000 Guineas and Oaks heroine made a profitable return from 10 months off the observe within the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot final month and is ready to return to the Berkshire circuit for subsequent weekend’s midsummer showpiece.
Talking on the Curragh on Sunday, coach Aidan O’Brien stated: “The plan in the intervening time is that we’re working Love within the King George. Mogul and Broome are additionally there, however Love is the most probably to run. One thing else might run however I am unsure simply but.
“All the pieces has gone effectively together with her since Ascot.”
Love’s possible rivals embody Charlie Appleby’s Derby winner Adayar, Irish Derby runner-up Lone Eagle and Coronation Cup victor Pyledriver.
Plans are much less sure for O’Brien’s hugely-exciting colt St Mark’s Basilica.
Like Love a twin Basic winner, having received the French 2000 Guineas and the French Derby, the Siyouni colt comfortably beat his elders for the primary time with a formidable show within the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.
O’Brien confirmed the Juddmonte Worldwide at York and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown as potential targets, including: “The lads have not actually determined but what they wish to do however York and Leopardstown would definitely be races we’ll be .
“We’ll most likely know extra in one other week the place we’re going.”