O’Brien duo enter York shake-up

DUKE Of Marmalade and Henrythenavigator feature among the 55 entries for the Juddmonte International at York on August 19.

Trained by Aidan O’Brien, the pair have won three Group Ones apiece this term and spearhead a typically strong list of possibles for the Ballydoyle trainer, who has also put Peeping Fawn in the 10-furlong feature.

Jim Bolger has entered Derby hero New Approach as well as Finsceal Beo and the progressive Lush Lashes. Godolphin can choose from Ramonti, Happy Boy, Literato, Rio De La Plata, Stage Gift and their Royal Ascot winner Campanologist.


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