Discussiontofollow is one of only a handful of potential improvers in the 32Red Cup on the final day of Glorious Goodwood.
The famous old handicap, better known as the Stewards' Cup, has been used as a gateway to Group race glory by several of its recent winners.
And Mike Murphy's Discussiontofollow has improved in leaps and bounds this season, starting the campaign off 76 before reaching a new perch of 96.
The selection is actually 2lb "wrong" at the weights as he has a 6lb penalty for the win on his last outing at Ascot in July and has only been raised 4lb by the handicapper but this could be his last run in a handicap anyway.
French raider Narniyn is a confident selection for the Markel Insurance Nassau Stakes.
In what is really only a Group One in name only, the four-year-old will be well suited to dropping back to 10 furlongs having looked a doubtful stayer over a mile and a half last time against some sturdy colts in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud.
Michael Stoute's Kings Fete should also be supported in the Jaguar Stakes.
The lightly-raced son of Guineas winner King's Best did everything wrong at York last time out yet still won. James Doyle then struggled to pull him up on crossing the line, suggesting the petrol tank was far from empty, and if he won this he could take up his entry in the St Leger.
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