Trainer Shug McGaughey believes Orb has the potential to produce "something special" in the Preakness Stakes.
Newmarket in Suffolk has been the headquarters of British racing since the court of King Charles II. The Rowley Mile hosts flat racing in spring and autumn with the July Course used in high summer.
Going: Good to Firm
1st Red Seventy 14/1
2nd Albaqaa 14/1
3rd Poisson dOr 6/1 F
4th Mutafaakir 15/2
Diplomatic, Hurricane Lady(18 Ran)
1st Tiger Cliff 5/1
2nd De Rigueur 14/1
3rd Mubaraza 8/1
Albert Bridge, Noguchi, Sohar(13 Ran)
1st Hasopop 9/1
2nd Jubilante 25/1
3rd Chilworth Icon 50/1
Heavens Guest, Lewisham(14 Ran)
1st Dundonnell 15/8 F
2nd Music Master 12/1
3rd Baltic Knight 11/4
None (All 10 Ran)
1st Granell 8/11 F
2nd Dawn Of Empire 13/2
3rd Mr Fitzroy 4/1
Able Dash, First Peninsular, Shaishee(9 Ran)
1st Princes Trust 10/11 F
2nd Endless Credit 14/1
3rd Persian Patriot 40/1
Switch On(10 Ran)
Man On The Spot expects Orb to follow up his Kentucky Derby success in the Preakness Stakes on Saturday night.
Godolphin's Farhh ran out a hugely-impressive winner of the Group One JLT Lockinge Stakes at Newbury.
Dundonnell looks back to his best after he ran out the comfortable winner of the Coral King Charles II Stakes at Newmarket
Joseph O'Brien believes it could be a "big ask" for Investec Derby favourite Dawn Approach to see out the mile-and-a-half trip.
Godolphin enjoyed a first British pattern-race success of the season when Willing Foe easily took Newbury's Aston Park Stakes
A round-up of the rest of the action from Saturday afternoon's meeting at Newbury.
A round-up of the rest of the action from Saturday afternoon's meeting at Newmarket.
Kelly Harrison was out of luck in the final race of her career at Thirsk on Saturday.
Our Irish Eyes column is back with a preview ahead of a decent card at Navan on Sunday.