Tommorrow is the opening of Glorious Goodwood, and we've picked out a couple of races to have a look at.
The subject of this post is the 1:55 Goodwood Bet365.com Stakes, and there's certainly a tantalising lineup to choose from.
There are a number of horses in contention for the win, but currently edging ahead (at the bookies at least) is Stomachion.
He showed excellent form in May over 1m 2f at Newmarket, and backed that up with a decent second over 1m 4f at Epsom on Derby day.
This is a slightly shorter trip than he's used to but provided the ground suits and the running is fast - and it looks like both of those will be the case - then he's a firm contender for the race win.
He's creeping in to 11/2 at most bookies but if you head over to Paddy Power you can still pick him up at a fractionally better 6/1.
It's hard to say where the other contenders will lie in a large field, but we think Sea Shanty is likely to be running at the front.
He ran strongly in the Royal Hunt Cup despite eventually finishing fourth, but his two races before that were victories over a mile each.
There is definite potential for improvement, and this slight stretch in length might be what it takes to bring more out of him.
His one previous attempt at this distance saw him finish in the midpack, but we're convinced he'll be pushing for the lead this time round.
He's as short as 13/2 in some places, but if you head over to Ladbrokes you can get him at a very tempting 9/1.
Finally, our long shot for the race is Charles Camoin.
His form looks unimpressive but he showed an excellent turn of it at Ascot two starts ago.
The ground may not have helped him last time out, and we're thinking he might put himself further forward than expected tomorrow.
He's an elder statesman in this field, but he's low in the weights and running off a decent mark so we find SkyBet's offer of 25/1 very tempting indeed.
Even more so since they're offering each way odds on the first five places in this race. Why not take advantage?