Trainer John Gosden has announced that Enable is fit and still on track for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe next month.
The six-year-old finished second in the race last year, with Waldgeist just doing enough to win in the closing stages at Paris Longchamp.
Gosden's charge started her season with another second-place finish as Ghaiyyath beat Enable in the Coral Eclipse in July.
However, she has since won back-to-back races at Ascot and Kempton, including the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Qipco Stakes.
With one month to go before the big race, Gosden says everything is on track for another crack at the Arc, with jockey Frankie Dettori set to ride her in midweek.
He told reporters via an online video call: "Enable is very happy and well. She has been fine since the race at Kempton, the Unibet September Stakes. She enjoyed that outing. It's [the Arc] a massive task, a big mountain to climb again. If it had gone quite right last year, she obviously wouldn't be trying to do it this year.
"It looks a fantastic race, Aidan O'Brien is fielding a wonderful filly in Love, who naturally being a three-year-old gets all the weight, which Enable benefited from when she won as a three-year-old, and there are some great older horses.
"It is very exciting. At the moment it will be fast ground, we will see what the weather does, she would like to get her toe in a little bit. She is in great form to attempt the impossible. Frankie will hopefully be here next week to ride her in some work and help bring her up to the race."
Article Posted on Saturday 19th September 2020 @ 11.22
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