Top turnout for Musidora

Dar Re Mi, Cape Amber and Aidan O’Brien’s Moonstone clash in what promises to be a high-class renewal of the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York on Wednesday.

John Gosden’s Dar Re Mi is totesport’s 11-2 favourite for the Juddmonte Oaks after impressing on her reappearance at Sandown.

Cape Amber has not been seen this term but also sits prominently in the ante-post markets for Epsom’s 12-furlong Classic, as does Moonstone, who finished second on her debut last month.

Jim Bolger will be represented by Lush Lashes, who finished just two lengths behind Natagora when sixth in the 1000 Guineas, while Pretty Polly runner-up Cruel Sea will take her chance for Barry Hills.

Comeback Queen, Sayyedati Symphony and Sovereign’s Honour complete the eight-runner line-up.

The latter finished fourth behind Dar Re Mi last month but hails from the yard of Sir Michael Stoute, who saddled Short Skirt to win this race two years ago.

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