Golden Horn is an easing favourite in his attempt to create his own piece of racing history in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.
The John Gosden-trained colt is bidding to become the first horse since Nashwan in 1989 to win the Derby, Eclipse and King George in the same season.
But with a weather warning issued for Saturday, he is out to 8-15 from 1-2.
He is the only three-year-old in the line-up and will be joined by two Gosden-trained stablemates, Eagle Top and Romsdal.
Eagle Top was strongly fancied for the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot but become embroiled in a barging match early on with Postponed, who he meets again, that did neither of them any favours.
Romsdal has not been seen since finishing fourth in the Yorkshire Cup behind Snow Sky, a late entry for the mid-summer highlight after winning the Hardwicke.
Another rival, Snow Sky, is owned by Khalid Abdullah who will also be represented by the Andre Fabre-trained Flintshire.
Golden Horn’s wins this year have elevated him to the top of the world rankings on 130.