Aidan O’Brien’s Irish Derby winner Dylan Thomas heads 10 horses confirmed for Tuesday’s Juddmonte International Stakes at York.
The Danehill colt, who has been off the track since his Curragh Classic win last month, is one of two possibles for the Ballydoyle handler.
O’Brien could also saddle French 2000 Guineas winner Aussie Rules as he goes in search of a second triumph in the 10-furlong race following the success of Giant’s Causeway in 2000.
Last year’s third Maraahel could line up once more and may be joined by another Sir Michael Stoute-trained runner in Notnowcato, who finished second to David Junior in the Coral-Eclipse on his last outing.
Godolphin also have two representatives headed by recent German Group One winner Cherry Mix and Sussex Stakes disappointment Echo Of Light.
William Muir’s consistent Enforcer, who finished just under three lengths behind Hurricane Run in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes, could take his chance, while Roger Charlton’s improving Blue Monday may also run.
An international flavour is added by Carlos Laffon-Parias’ Laverock, winner of the Prix d’Ispahan, while the possible field is completed by David Elsworth’s Snoqualmie Boy.