The five-year-old showed his well-being when put through his paces with his usual lead horse on Wednesday - to confirm his trip to Ireland this weekend.
Appleby told www.godolphin.com.
It was a routine piece of work to check his well-being, and he has come through it without a worry,
We are really looking forward to the weekend. He travels to Ireland at the peak of his career, unbeaten in four starts this year, three of them Group Ones, two of which were officially rated the best performances globally in 2020.
It was not strong work, more a breeze, which is normal procedure three days before a race. He's telling us that he's ready now for another big race.
Hopes are therefore very high for another big run on Saturday, after Ghaiyyath's three successive Group One victories this summer - preceded by a Group Three success at Meydan in February.
Appleby added: "He's going to Leopardstown in as good a condition as we have ever had him. I'm as pleased with him as I was before the Group One Juddmonte International at York, where I thought he was very professional in the manner he went about everything.