Frankel - the world's highest ranked racehorse - is fine fettle ahead of his quest to stretch his 100 per cent record to 12 at Goodwood next month.
The Sussex Stakes on August 1 will, as expected, be the next port of call for the four-year-old who was last seen delivering an 11-length demolition in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Sir Henry Cecil's charge will then head to York for the Juddmonte International on August 22 when he tackles a mile-and-a-quarter (2000m) for the first time.
"Frankel is in very good form," Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to owner Khalid Abdullah, told Sky Sports News.
"He came back from Ascot in great nick - bouncing, eating, kicking.
"I think Henry was really happy with him after Ascot and we want him to come out of a race like that.
"As for the future he's heading towards the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood on August 1."Then, all being well, he'll go to York for the Juddmonte."
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