Chilean won three times last season, including at Group 3 level and there is plenty of hope that he’ll stay this extra furlong. The worry for him remains the ground, as he’d much prefer a softer surface to show his best and that isn’t guaranteed. Preference is for Aidan O’Brien’s HUNTING HORN, who built on his two-year-old promise with a very cosy win at Naas earlier this month. That was his first attempt of the 1m 2f distance and he relished, with this yard’s runners tending to improve for their racing. He can land the spoils under Ryan Moore.