Two horses with Guineas entries won the Kempton races formerly known as the Easter Stakes and the Masaka Stakes, though neither contest is ostensibly a Classic trial.
John Gosden struck in the Betfred 'Double Delight' Conditions Stakes when Eastern Sun (100-30 joint-favourite) scored with a fair amount of authority, leading throughout and being nursed home by William Buick.
"He only ran twice, as in the Solario Stakes at Sandown (when third) it rained for three hours beforehand and it messed up his season. He's in the 2000 Guineas and we'll have to see. William thought he may be best at a mile and a quarter," said the trainer.
Gosden did not dismiss suggestions of either the German or Italian Guineas as a possible route to take.
Buick switched to Mick Channon's Laugh Out Loud (6-1) in the Betfred 'When Both Teams Score' Fillies' Stakes.
Not seen until this year and already a winner of a maiden at the course, she was produced with patience and eventually finished a length up on Way Too Hot and Esentepe.
"She's a filly we've always thought a lot of and I'm pleased it's all come together," said Channon.
"I know the owners would be keen to run in the (1000) Guineas but we'll have to see, as they have other nice horses like Fillionaire and Muaamara to come."
Richard Hannon claimed a one-two with Shamaal Nibras (16-1) leading home Amazing Storm in the Betfred 'Hat Trick Heaven' Handicap.