Ortiz, 28, has been named to partner Twilight Gleaming, winner of a turf maiden at Belmont this month, in the Windsor Castle Stakes.
Maven exercised as well as a some of the two-year-olds who could be heading to Britain next month trying to add to Ward’s 11 wins.
Entries for 12 races across the five days feature eight US-trained runners with entries, plus strong representation from France, Germany and Ireland.
Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes is now the target for Breeders’ Cup winner, who will not be ready in time for King’s Stand.
Commonwealth Cup is the primary target for the Queen Mary Stakes heroine, set to make seasonal debut on Friday.
Wesley Ward says Campanelle is likely to train up to the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf after her G1 win at Deauville.
“He’s a serious, serious colt. I would love to see him go for the Nunthorpe because I know he’d win it.”
Campanelle and Royal Approval, one-two for Wesley Ward on turf at Guflstream Park on Sunday, may both be heading for Royal Ascot.