Neville Callaghan's Magistretti did not seem to stay the trip when ninth behind Kris Kin in last year's Vodafone Derby and preference is for St Leger winner Brian Boru, who gets the vote over High Accolade. The last mentioned hails from the in-form stable of Marcus Tregoning and, while his form was solid last term, the son of Mark Of Esteem probably needs to have improved during the winter to trouble the selection. Doyen has his first start since joining Godolphin from the stable of Andre Fabre but would probably want more cut in the ground, while stablemate Leadership, who was a progressive performer last term, needs to find further improvement to trouble the judge today. Mark Johnston saddles two runners, with Scott's View marginally preferred to Systematic, although a bigger threat may come from last year's surprise winner Warrsan, who has had the benefit of a couple of runs this term. However, Clive Brittain's six-year-old does not come into the race in the same form as 12 months ago and preference is for Brian Boru. Admittedly it was disappointing to see the son of Sadler's Wells beaten in Group 3 company at The Curragh last month but that was over 10 furlongs and there is surely a lot more to come from the four-year-old over this longer trip. Brian Boru gets the vote to give the Coolmore team some compensation for the absence of Yeats from the Derby field.