Cape Of Good Hope will run again at Royal Ascot tomorrow after satisfying trainer David Oughton that he is ready for another assault on Britain's most prestigious meeting. The Hong Kong raider will step up to Group One company in the 1,200-metre Golden Jubilee Stakes, only four days after finishing second in the Group Two King's Stand Stakes. In a welcome twist of fate, he has been allocated the favoured number one stall - just as he was for the King's Stand. The Golden Jubilee is another difficult assignment, with many of Britain's in-form sprinters lying in wait, but Oughton is keen to give Cape Of Good Hope the opportunity to go one better. 'We'll take our chance now we're here,' Oughton said. 'He ate up well after Tuesday's race and appears to have come out of it well. The longer trip will suit him, but we know it's another tough race.' Mick Kinane will be in the saddle again. Cape Of Good Hope was beaten 11/2 lengths by The Tatling in the 1,000-metre King's Stand Stakes - a reversal of form from their previous meeting in the Group One Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin last December, when Cape Of Good Hope finished third behind Silent Witness, with The Tatling only seventh. Oughton said: 'It's a long way to come and get so close without winning. Cape Of Good Hope ran well, but it was slightly annoying to finish behind a horse we'd beaten before. Before the race The Tatling was one horse I felt sure we would beat, but it's the end of our season and we beat The Tatling last time when it was the end of his. 'Cape Of Good Hope was probably a bit below his best Hong Kong form, not by much, but he looked as if he had come to win the race and then his run petered out in the last 100 metres. I would have expected him to finish off the race better than he did. Oughton believes 1,200 metres is Cape Of Good Hope's best distance, which will be in the gelding's favour tomorrow, but the Golden Jubilee field includes several high-class rivals. Whereas the 19 runners in the King's Stand included only one horse who had won at Group Two level, the 15-strong line-up tomorrow features a Group One winner and six Group Two scorers. The sole Group One winner is Airwave, who finished runner-up to Choisir in last year's Golden Jubilee and is the probable favourite. Cape Of Good Hope is likely to be next in the betting.