ROYAL ASCOT: 2.30 Amazonas, 3.05 Noble Mission, 3.45 LAUGH OUT LOUD (NAP) 4.25 Danadana, 5.00 Minimise Risk, 5.35 Global Village.
AYR: 6.40 Bridge Valley, 7.10 Muhdiq, 7.45 Frequency, 8.15 Save The Bees, 8.50 Head Space, 9.20 Sohcahtoa.
DOWN ROYAL: 5.45 Letherbelucky, 6.20 Blackstown Flyer, 6.55 Sulwaan, 7.25 Thewesthowaya, 8.00 El Fontan, 8.30 Sweet Shock, 9.00 Cracking Man.
GOODWOOD: 6.15 Attain, 6.50 Miss You Too, 7.20 Morrow, 7.55 Tmaam, 8.25 Delft, 9.00 Impel.
LIMERICK: 5.30 Kingston Jamaica, 6.05 Al Mancilia, 6.35 Topadee, 7.05 Aklan, 7.35 Demurely, 8.10 Mellow Manner, 8.45 The Real Article.
MARKET RASEN: 2.20 Paddy Partridge, 2.55 Halogen, 3.30 Flinty Bay, 4.10 Forty Five, 4.45 Behtarini, 5.20 Silent Snow, 5.55 Bowie.
NEWMARKET: 5.50 Marvo, 6.25 Mixora, 7.00 Mission Approved, 7.30 Gold Sceptre, 8.05 Gouray Girl, 8.40 Awake My Soul, 9.10 Lupin Pooter.
REDCAR: 2.10 Tricky Madam, 2.45 Star Deal, 3.20 Xclaim, 4.00 Next Edition, 4.35 Scarlet Prince, 5.10 Iceblast, 5.45 Trust Fund Babe.
DOUBLE: Laugh Out Loud and Noble Mission.
Laugh Out Loud can upset her better-fancied stablemate by stealing the honours in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Trainer Mick Channon fields two in the race with Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Samitar his clear first string for the Group One event.
However, this looks a tricky contest to judge on paper with question marks over the likes of Newmarket victor Homecoming Queen and even Samitar herself in what is something of a jumble of form.
Laugh Out Loud looks a thoroughly progressive filly though and could be the type to spring a minor surprise after landing a Chantilly Group Two event last time.
That two-length verdict looks pretty good and she had previously won a York Listed event and two of her first three starts, with her only unplaced run coming when eighth in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket.
Channon perhaps threw her in the at the deep end that day and Laugh Out Loud took a strong hold which she then paid for when tiring in the finish.
This Clodovil filly has 8lb to find with Homecoming Queen on the ratings but has improved hand over fist in recent weeks and with the incomparable Frankie Dettori in the plate, Laugh Out Loud must be rated a real contender.
Frankel delivered a virtuoso performance in the Queen Anne Stakes on the opening day and it is now time for his brother Noble Mission to step up to the plate in the King Edward VII Stakes.
Sir Henry Cecil has always been clear in his assertion that the siblings are totally different types and Noble Mission has always appeared to be more of a middle-distance prospect.
Winner of two of his three starts so far this term, Noble Mission has progressed from an initial maiden win at Newbury to landing Listed honours at Newmarket.
He only narrowly lost out to Thought Worthy at that level last time, being beaten a neck when conceding 5lb.
That horse has since gone on to finish fourth in the Derby and while he reopposes, Noble Mission looks to hold all the aces as they race off level weights.
Minimise Risk is another Derby also-ran who makes a swift return to the fray and he must have a squeak in the Queen's Vase.
A son of Galileo out of a half-sister to such horses as Rewilding and Dar Re Mi, Minimise Risk is bred to excel over 12 furlongs and beyond.
So far his victories number a Newbury maiden win but he was not totally disgraced when seventh in the Derby after patently failing to handle the Epsom camber.
He maybe lacks the pace of a true Group One horse but this two-mile trip should be within his compass and trainer Andrew Balding will be hoping Minimise Risk can enter the St Leger frame.
Amazonas won on her racecourse bow at Yarmouth and can make a swift ascent up the ladder in the Group Three Albany Stakes.
She did it nicely at the seaside venue, quickening when asked, and Ed Dunlop clearly thinks a bit of her to be raising her sights so swiftly.
Danadana picked up a nice prize at Redcar last time and it could pay to keep the faith in the Wolferton Handicap.
He has all the hallmarks of a Luca Cumani improver, an opinion which was borne out by his narrow victory in the Zetland Gold Cup.
Runner-up Mid Mon Lady has since placed in Listed company again so Danadana brings solid credentials to the table.
Global Village won the Victoria Cup at this track on his latest start and can repeat the trick in the closing Buckingham Palace Stakes.