Beaten Up and Vow will both bid to give William Haggas Group One glory at Epsom next weekend.
The former, who worked at the track during Thursday's Breakfast With The Stars, heads to the Diamond Jubilee Coronation Cup (Sponsored By Investec) while Vow is seeking to provide Haggas with a second successive win in the Investec Oaks.
The Newmarket trainer said: "Vow is quite idle - a good mover and a good stayer. She tries quite hard. I have no idea how she has come out of her Lingfield win as she is idle. She is similar in that way to Dancing Rain, who did not look an Oaks winner last year - it is a leap of faith.
"It is quite a difficult one to judge really - have I got them fit enough? The temptation is to work them too much but fortunately I have been doing this for a long time. I have made so many cock-ups over the years, I will try not to make one this year.
"Beaten Up is a talented performer and why not go for the money. That is why we went to Dubai. We wanted to give him more experience which is one of the reasons we brought him here today. He is a very powerful relentless galloper. The Coronation Cup is a very good race.
"Johnny (Murtagh) is coming over to ride Vow and he will partner Beaten Up as well."