Out of the 11 confirmations of the Coral Coronation Cup at Epsom on Friday, the favorite favorite Asi and the double-winning Classic Pony, coached by William Hagas is a warm affair to successfully rise to the level of Group A, having looked every inch. A first-class colt wins consecutive Group C awards in Newbury this spring. Love, who was a glittering winner of the 1000 Guineas in Newmarket and Oaks at Epsom last season, has not been seen in competition since winning the Yorkshire Oaks in August. Ascot as a possible target for her comeback, but she reserves the option to return to Epsom next week, and the Ballydoyle coach, who prevailed in a record-breaking number of eight former trophy winners, Brom, Japan, Mugul and last year’s Derby champion confirmed the Serpentine. . If Love doesn’t make the journey across the Irish Sea, Japan will look to O’Brien’s main competitor after making a successful start to his campaign at Ormonde Stakes in Chester. Beldriver is hired to represent William Muir and his coaching partner Chris Graciek. The Harbor Watch team won the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Great Voltigeur in York last summer and made a promising appearance when they finished second at Jockey Club Stakes in Newmarket in early May. Potential French striker in Swoop (Frances-Henri Grafard), Colts owned by Kirsten Rousing Pavlora (Ralph Beckett) and Albinista (Sir Marc Prescott) are the other favorites.