After four days of high quality action at Royal Ascot 2014, the Diamond Jubilee Stakes represents the headline race of Saturday's final-day proceedings.
A gathering of the world's best sprinters, the race is a frantic dash for the finishing post over just six furlongs.
The whole race takes place down the famous Ascot straight and the horses thunder home in front of what will be a packed grandstand on Saturday.
Last year's winner was 11-1 shot Lethal Force who saw off the likes of Society Rock and Krypton Factor to claim victory.
Sole Power won the King's Stand Stakes on Tuesday and has since been ruled out of also taking part on Saturday, per the Racing Post:
Sole Power will not bid to complete a Royal Ascot sprint double after being ruled out of Saturday's Diamond Jubilee Stakes.— Racing Post (@RacingPost) June 18, 2014
But there is still a fine field for the race with the betting suggesting there could be a handful of horses in with a shot.
Date: Saturday, June 21
Time: 4:25 p.m. BST, 11.25 a.m. ET
TV Info: Live on Channel 4 (UK only)
|4||Es Que Love||33-1|
|5||Gordon Lord Byron||9-1|
|10||Lancelot Du Lac||50-1|
|25||Fountain Of Youth||100-1|
This Group One encounter contains a huge amount of quality and will no doubt be an absolutely barnstorming contest of sprinting ability.
Aljamaaheer is fancied in the betting—and apparently by many punters—to take a victory, per BetVictor, while Gordon Lord Byron and Hot Streak could also be in with a chance if their odds are to be believed.
Toronado 11/10 from 11/8 for the Queen Anne & Aljamaaheer 7s from 8s Diamond Jubilee significant movers o/night; http://t.co/3Z3u7LXU9B— BetVictor Racing (@BetVictorRacing) June 12, 2014
Aljamaaheer won a Group Two mile-long race last year but has been returned to the sprint game with this particular challenge targeted for some time.
Edward Lynam's Sole Power will not take part but he is still in with a great chance of a winner, as he trains the favourite, Slade Power.
After winning the Greenlands Stakes at Curragh last month, the five-year-old booked a place at Royal Ascot and is now fancied by many to win in Berkshire on Saturday.
Longer shots include Medicean Man, Guerre and Es Que Love, while the real outsiders who could bring in a huge return for any game punters if they manage to cause an upset are Bahamian Heights and Fountain of Youth.
The Diamond Jubilee Stakes represents the final Group One race of the world's most storied flat race meeting and it should provide a fitting finale.
The spectators will stream to Ascot in their thousands on Saturday and will look to be well entertained, and they certainly should be.