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Power primed to storm Abbaye

Connections of Sole Power anticipate a "very serious run" from their brilliant sprinter in the Prix de l'Abbaye after Tiggy Wiggy and Muthmir were ruled out of Sunday's Group One at Longchamp . The Eddie Lynam-trained Sole Power has already confirmed himself the king of the five-furlong division with scintillating displays in the King's Stand at Royal Ascot and the Nunthorpe at York during another glorious summer campaign.

Creepy excels on chasing bow

Creepy turned in a foot-perfect round of jumping to make a most impressive start to his career over fences at Chepstow. Martin Keighley's six-year-old was a Grade Two winner over hurdles at Cheltenham in the early stages of last season, but lost his way after the turn of the year.

Al Kazeem given Arc go-ahead

Owner John Deer has confirmed Al Kazeem an intended runner in Sunday's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp.

Buick makes Ivanhowe Arc link

William Buick will partner Ivanhowe in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on Sunday.

Power heads Abbaye market

Sole Power is the new favourite for the Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp on Sunday after Tiggy Wiggy was all but ruled out of a trip to Paris. The Richard Hannon-trained juvenile was a brilliant winner of Saturday's Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket, adding to similarly dominant victories in the Super Sprint at Newbury and in the Lowther Stakes at York.

Ribbons run hinges on Paris ground

Connections of Group One-winning filly Ribbons are praying for rain in Paris ahead of her intended run in Sunday's Prix de l'Opera at Longchamp. Having been off the track since a narrow defeat in an Ascot handicap in May, the James Fanshawe-trained four-year-old was a surprise but brilliant winner of the Prix Jean Romanet in testing ground at Deauville last month, when ridden by Frankie Dettori.

No fitness worries for Lemaire

Christophe Lemaire suffered an injury scare at Maisons-Laffitte on Monday but is not concerned about his fitness ahead of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

Quick on course for Ces date

Tony Martin confirmed ante-post favourite Quick Jack firmly on track for the Betfred Cesarewitch at Newmarket on Saturday week.

Beaux plans undecided

Lola Beaux may still go to the well once more this autumn following her terrific display at the Curragh on Sunday.

Rain fillip for Treve Arc challenge

Connections of Treve were pleased to see some rain fall in Paris in Monday ahead of her bid to retain her Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe crown at Longchamp on Sunday.

Fabre set for three-pronged attack on Sun Chariot

The French trainer has a fine record at Newmarket in the past five seasons and has outlined his riding arrangements for Miss France, Esoterique and Fintry.

Foret-bound Byron enjoys workout

Gordon Lord Byron left big-race pilot Wayne Lordan perfectly satisfied after he enjoyed a post-racing workout at Roscommon in his build-up to the Prix de la Foret at Longchamp on Sunday.

Perfect fencing start for Minstrel

Smart hurdler Court Minstrel pleasantly surprised his trainer Evan Williams when making a winning debut over fences at Newton Abbot.

Ted takes Roscommon honours

Ted Veale produced a strong burst from the final fence to land the At The Races E.B.

Speed not an issue to River camp

Joseph O'Brien has spoken of his delight with Ol' Man River in the wake of his impressive Juddmonte Beresford Stakes success at the Curragh on Sunday.

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