Several British and Irish talents make the trip across the Irish Sea on Sunday, as they aim for Group 1 success in the l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp.
Dermot Weld’s supermare Tarnawa makes her first trip overseas for her connections since last November, when she flew to the States to land success in the Breeders’ Cup.
Aidan O’Brien sends a strong trio of runners across the English Channel, with star fillies Snowfall and Love aiming for further Group 1 success alongside the consistent Broome.
Teona is a surprise entry following her shock defeat of Snowfall in the Prix Vermeille earlier in the month for Roger Varian, while William Haggas’ Alenquer and Richard Hannon’s Mojo Star make the trip to France.
Chrono Genesis makes the long-haul trip from Japan for Takashi Saito and Jean-Claude Rouget’s Raabihah and Cedric Rossi’s Sealiway looks the best chances of success for the home side.
Ryuji Okubo’s Deep Bond, Marcel Weiss’ Torquator Tasso, Pascal Bary’s Baby Rider and Mikel Delzangles’ Bubble Gift complete the line-up.