Last Updated: 10/07/14 3:39pm
SOur gallops reporter says Andrew Balding has Tullius in fine shape ahead of his run at Ascot this weekend.
TULLIUS engaged in a pleasing piece of work ahead of the Ascot Summer Mile. A scratch from the Coral-Eclipse, he is as fresh as paint for Saturday's Group Two highlight.
He has shown himself to be a standard bearer at Park House Stables and has never been better, according to Andrew Balding.
HIGHLAND KNIGHT also moved menacingly and can make his mark, although he may struggle at this level.
NABATEAN looks progressive and showed that with a delightful workout on the grass.
He appears to have gone well forward since breaking his maiden. He goes for a handicap at Ascot.
Betfred Mile entrant HERE COMES WHEN will rediscover his forte when getting cut in the ground.
He has taken his Royal Ascot race well, looking in very good heart in work on the all weather.
Buckingham Palace third INTRANSIGENT likes tight turns and will be suited by a return to Chester, where he is unlucky not to have scored already.
ZANETTO has more to offer than his form indicates and could easily prove that in the Bunbury Cup, with a similar comment applying to ABSOLUTELY SO in the same race.
He is far better than his moderate effort in the Wokingham suggests and is one to stay with.