Kanaf scored at Jebel Ali in January and produced another fine effort behind Happy Dubai on Tapeta a fortnight ago. He has nothing to fear from Jimmy Styles on that form though the latter, along with Iver Bridge Lad, who he beat in the Cammidge Trophy at Doncaster last April, will be better back on turf. Godolphin's recruit from Australia, Soul, is a Group 2 winner but his best form on home soil has come with plenty of give in the ground. Regal Parade found a mile too far last time after better runs over 7f while AL SHAROOD certainly found 1m1f stretching her stamina in the Balanchine. Doug Watson's filly had made all over 7f here in December and hopefully she still has enough pace to take this.