Aidan O’Brien’s St Leger winner Brian Boru is one of 19 entries for what promises to be an informative renewal of the Alleged Stakes at Leopardstown on Sunday.
The Ballydoyle trainer has also entered Irish St Leger third Powerscourt, dual Classic-placed filly Yesterday, Juddmonte International Stakes fourth Mingun and Handel in the Listed 10-furlong event.
Akshar, last seen in the Tote Cambridgeshire when a well-beaten joint favourite, could have his first run for Dermot Weld having left the Newmarket yard of Sir Michael Stoute.
O’Brien’s unraced All Too Beautiful, a full-sister to 2001 Vodafone Derby hero Galileo, is one of 25 possibles for the Ashmount Maiden, also over 10 furlongs.
The daughter of Sadler’s Wells is 20-1 third favourite for the Vodafone Oaks with Ladbrokes.