Racing: Soviet Song tunes up

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"We have confirmed her today," said Fanshawe. "She seems fine and everything has gone well since Newmarket."

Jeremy Noseda's exciting Proclamation is also on target, having pleased partner Mick Kinane in a racecourse gallop last week. The three-year-old son of King's Best was an impressive winner of the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot at York last month, and will be seeking to supplement a course-and-distance success gained earlier in the season.

Other notables left in include Nayyir, a dual course winner who just failed to reel in Soviet Song last year, the progressive David Junior and John Gosden's unbeaten Sleeping Indian.