Saeed bin Suroor intends to run both Shining Blue and Ghaly in the Royal Hunt Cup at Ascot on June 21.
The Godolphin trainer won the annual cavalry charge with the high-class Real World two years ago, and his two entries are both towards the head of the betting this time around.
Shining Blue bolted up off a mark of 103 at York last month, while the lightly-raced seven-year-old Ghaly has not been seen since beating King Of Conquest at Newmarket in October.
“Shining Blue won well last time and he’s come back good, he’s in good form. Ghaly worked a few days ago and he worked well, but he still has a few more bits to do. Both are in good form and we’re looking forward to running them,” said the Newmarket-based handler.
“Shining Blue is back in good condition, in good form. He’s happy and healthy so he should run well.
“We’ll see how he gets on at Ascot before we make any more plans, but maybe we can start looking at Listed races for him.”
He went on: “Ghaly has had some problems, he had a setback earlier in the year so we’ve given him time.
“He’s been back in full training for some time and it has been going good, two more pieces of work and he’ll be ready to run.
“He’s not had many races for a seven-year-old and he’s not very big but he always tries.
“I think this race should suit the both of them, this is the right trip for them and they go on any ground.”