High Definition is bidding to start its season at the Sky Bet Great Voltigeur Stakes in York. Galileo Colt spent the winter months leading the antebellum derby after coming home to wrap up his undefeated events campaign with a win in the Beresford Stakes, but hasn’t gone well since. Plans to return to action at the Lingfield Derby Trial had to be postponed after unsatisfactory blood test results and instead he returned to Dante in York the following week, where he ran with plenty of credit to finish third. Hurricane Lane went third at Epsom and has since won the Grand Prix de Paris and Irish Derby, High Definition has never threatened a blow at the Curragh Classic. “He’s had a good break and he’s in good shape, so the plan is to run the Great Voltigeur,” O’Brien said. “He ran very well in Dante at York.” Reflecting his performance in the Irish derby, the coach added, “He hit the heel maybe Soon . His head hit the ground and he never took off after that. “Ryan Moore has sided with High Definition on his stablemates Sir Lucan and The Mediterranean, who will be led by Frankie Dettori and Wayne Lordan respectively. He was hampered early on in the Irish derby and never came to his mind after that, but I think That he was best judged by Dante when he lost in third by two points by Irish derby winner, Hurricane Lane.” Good race and Hurricane Lane went on to win the Grand Prix de Paris after winning the Curragh, so the format builds up.” that High Definition operates throughout York and the trip would be appropriate. I expect a very good run. “Charlie Appleby taunts both Royal Ascot champion Kemari and fellow stablemate Yipper. Kemari won the Queen’s Vase in his last appearance, while Yipper was sixth on the Gordon Stakes at Goodwood having previously won the Bahrain Cup for Newmarket.” Kemari enjoyed a nice break since Ascot and backtracking. To a mile and a half is not a concern. “He should hold a penalty, but we felt this was the right race for him ahead of his fall campaign,” Appleby told www.godolphin.com. We’re leaving his cap off this time and a repeat of his Bahrain Cup win will make him a contender. Andrea Atzini is looking forward to partnering with Roger Varian-trained Third Kingdom, who finished fifth in the Epsom derby before finishing third in his last Goodwood ride I thought was solid enough and I think the horse He’s improved since then.” Fantastic factor. “We’re very confident the track will fit him and be a good ground for him.” We’ll have to see how the high accuracy will turn out, but my horse is a strong horse that never runs a bad race and hopefully we can get his head on. Up front again.” Young Spirit (Andrew Balding) and Scoop (Ralph Beckett) are the other candidates.